Don’t Let Work Stress Come Home With You; But How?

Early morning traffic rush to get to office…lunch meeting, approaching deadline for the presentation, achieving targets, office politics, nagging boss, and annoying colleagues…phew! Don’t we all wish to go back to the early and stress free college days where life and simple and uncomplicated unlike the madness of work and adult life?  But alas! Unless…

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Recipe: Gluten Free Spinach Lasagna

This gluten-free lasagna is filled with spinach and two kinds of cheese and only takes just over an hour to make. Preparation time: Cooking time: Yield: 8-10 Ingredients Cheese Sauce 1/4 cup butter 1 onion, minced 4 cloves garlic, sliced 4 cups any milk 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 2 bay leaves…

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Bon Appetit Goes Retail; Interview With Mr. Robin Decher About The Future Of German Meat Products In India.

By Neha Ghosh Bon Appetit, India’s first German first-class brand for high-class and old-style German Pork and Chicken foodstuffs has finally ventured into retail. For the uninitiated, Bon Appetit brings the finest German flavor into our supermarket next door as the demand for pork and chicken products high in nutrition gave reason to their master…

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Its True! Men Who Don’t Brush Their Teeth Regularly Are More Likely To Have Erection Problems.

Men who regularly brush their teeth – thereby reducing their risk of gum disease – are less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than their less hygienic counterparts. New research has suggested those who suffer from inflamed gums are three times more likely to have trouble getting aroused. The Turkish scientists who led the study…

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7 Signs Of Seasonal Affective Disorder

SAD Or Just Sad? Everyone feels a little melancholy when the days are short and cold. For some people, seasonal change brings with it something more serious than the blues: seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a form of depression that can be debilitating. And daylight savings time may not help, since darker mornings—in the fall or…

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Train At Night For More Muscle, Strength And Less Fat.

Remember to consult your doctor before starting any diet and exercise plan. Incredible news for bodybuilders and hardcore athletes! Recent research suggests that training in the evening may be more effective when it comes to building muscle, increasing strength and reducing body fat when compared to morning sessions. This theory is based on the basic physiology…

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Can High Heels Trigger Migraines?

Sarah Palin managed to campaign as a vice presidential candidate in Naughty Monkey heels, but don’t expect presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann to do the same. Bachmann, reports The Daily Caller website, suffers from migraine headaches, and has told staffers that wearing high heels seems to trigger the attacks. According to one of her advisors, The…

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Eat Like A Yogi.

Go on. No one’s looking. Just take a quick peek inside the kitchen of Ayurvedic educator and yoga teacher Scott Blossom’s Berkeley, California, home. In the pantry you’ll find ghee and sunflower-seed butter, plus dozens of herbs, spices, and teas. In the fridge, bundles of kale, carrots, and beets. On the counters, jars of homemade…

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What The Hell Is A Sugar Detox Diet?

If you’ve been looking to lose weight and tried all sorts of different diets to no avail, maybe it’s time you go in another direction. Many experts recommend the sugar detox diet, which involves cutting down on all sugars from your diet completely. Most people who want to lose weight also have a blood sugar…

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Does The Candida Diet Work?

Doctors agree that Candida albicans, a yeast-like fungus that is normally found in the mouth, stomach, and vagina, can overgrow and cause real infections in these areas and other areas of your body. These types of candida infection are very common. If your body’s ability to fight off infections becomes very weak from a condition…

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Should A Christian Practice Yoga?

Yoga and the martial arts are popular forms of recreation, but they often face criticism within the church at large because of their roots in Eastern religions. However, some in Christian circles claim they have changed these practices to promote good health and to glorify Christ at the same time. From a purely physical standpoint,…

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Have You Tried The Paleo Diet Yet?

The biggest buzz on the fad-diet front is the Paleo diet: Its name is derived from the word “Paleolithic” as a throwback to the Stone Age. Before super-sized chain store supermarkets and Starbucks were on every street corner, hunters and gatherers survived by eating wild plants and animals. The modern Paleo diet maintains the basic hunter-gatherer…

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Healthy Recipe: Simple Goan Chicken Curry.

This mild Indian-style dish is spicy rather than hot and relatively low-fat. Marinate the chicken slowly for more flavour. Ingredients 4 large skinless chicken breasts, cut into chunks 3 tbsp vegetable oil 1 tsp yellow or brown mustard seeds 1 large onion, sliced 3 garlic cloves, finely sliced 1x400ml can coconut milk salt For the…

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No More Cake After Menopause? Why Cutting Out Dessert Is More Effective Than Cutting Calories For Older Women.

Post-menopausal women face a natural decline in energy levels which makes it harder to shed weight Eating fruit and vegetables helps with weight-loss long-term. Losing weight can be especially tricky for post-menopausal women as they face a natural decline in energy levels. Simply reducing the number of calories consumed has poor long-term results as dieters…

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