Eating almonds reduces heart disease risk: Study

Eating a handful of almonds every day can reduce the risk of heart disease by keeping blood vessels healthy, a new study has claimed.

5 reasons why grapes are good for you

Most of us love eating grapes. This juicy fruit is a rich source of vitamins A, C, B6 and folate. Grapes are a powerhouse of flavonoids and antioxidants, which help in reducing the damage caused by free radicals and slow down the process of ageing.

Eating chocolates could help you keep flab, diabetes away

Researchers have discovered a particular type of antioxidant in cocoa prevented laboratory mice from gaining excess weight and lowered their blood sugar levels.

Top 5 health benefits of lemon

Lemon is a rich source of Vitamin C, flavonoids and antioxidants. From Indian cuisines to Italian, lemons are used for culinary and medicinal purpose. You can have it in salads, in poha, in lemon juices and what not.

How honey helps fight antibiotic resistance

Our grandmothers have extolled the medicinal virtues of honey, for everything from cold and sore throats to colitis and even diabetes.

Top 5 health benefits of mango juice

The king of fruits, Mango not only tastes good that but also offers a number of health benefits for your body.

How dark chocolate and red wine are good for your heart

A new study has revealed red wine and dark chocolate not only taste great, but also have heart-healthy components.

Top 5 foods rich in antioxidants

What one really needs is a diet full of antioxidants to ensure that one is not prone to diseases as antioxidants save your body from illnesses like ageing, heart disease, cancer etc.

Five reasons why you should eat spinach

Spinach the green leafy vegetable which is the source of Popeye`s strength, is a winter superfood packed with immense nutrients.

Drinking three cups of tea a day can cut stroke risk by 20%

A new study has revealed that just three cups of tea a day can slash the risk of a stroke by around 20 percent.

Drinking tea cuts mortality risk by 30%

Scientists suggest that drinking a regular cup of tea or coffee can help you live longer.

Key to longevity: One cup of tea

Researchers have revealed that a single cup of tea could potentially make you live longer, by fighting against diseases, strengthening teeth and even helping you shed a few kilos.

How plant products in diet can affect health and well-being

Scientists have discovered that very small chemical changes to dietary flavonoids may affect immune system of humans in a much bigger way.

Drinking 4 cups of tea or coffee a day helps lower BP

People consuming four cups of tea or coffee a day have lower blood pressure as compared to those who don`t, a new study has revealed.

Ceylon tea promises to boost your libido

Sri Lanka is marketing its most profitable export - Ceylon tea - as a luxury boost for the libido.

Strawberries cut cardiac risk in women

Strawberries and blueberries eaten thrice a week are likely to help women lower their heart attack risk by a third, new research says.

Drinking 4 cups of tea per day can cut stroke risk

Drinking four cups of tea a day can reduce the risk of a stroke by more than a fifth, a new study claims.

Drinking tea can cut ovarian cancer risk

A lifetime of tea drinking can significantly reduce the risk of ovarian cancer in old age, a study has found.

Drinking black tea may help cut diabetes risk

People who drink black tea are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, say researchers.

Plant-based diet can lower risk of prostate cancer: Study

High intake of flavonoids, a group of compounds found in plants, can slash the risk of aggressive prostate cancer by 25 percent, a new study has claimed.