Why you drool over yummy Indian food revealed
Why you drool over yummy Indian food revealed

So scientists finally have the answer to why we start drooling over spicy yummy Indian dishes.

Herbs, spices may help boost heart`s health

A new study has found that spices and herbs don't just add flavor to your food, but may also help boost your heart's health.

Cure to cold-induced pain hidden in mustard, garlic receptor!

Some people experience cold as a painful sensation. Researchers have now found that the cure to this sensation could be in the olfactory receptors that react to pungent substances like mustard and garlic.

Add spices and herbs in food for super health

Spices and herbs not only offer a zingy flavour to your food, they can also improve your health by helping to reduce sodium, calorie and fat intake, finds research.

Health benefits of Black pepper

Black pepper that is both a spice and a medicine can actually save you from spending huge hospital bills for diseases that can well be treated at home.

Spices, herbs in food helps lower salt intake in adults

A new study has found that teaching people how to flavour food with and herbs is considerably more effective at lowering salt intake.

Riot of colour, fragrance in Kashmir`s saffron fields

As saffron flowers bloom and farmers begin harvesting the royal spice, the fields in this south Kashmir town are a riot of colour and fragrance these days.

Sir Michael Caine finds Indian spices magical

Sir Michael Caine has expressed his love for Indian spices, saying that turmeric keeps him away from ageing.

Curry leaf, the wonder ingredient!

The curry leaf that we often tend to throw out first from our food, the moment we see it, has actually many medicinal benefits.

Indian curry spices curb oxidative effects of fatty meals

Adding Indian curry spices like turmeric and cinnamon to a high-fat meal could help reduce oxidative stress and thus thwart the risk of chronic disease, according to a new study.

Saudi King photo with women spices mixing debate

Saudi newspapers ran front page
pictures on Friday of King Abdullah and Crown Prince Sultan bin
Abdul Aziz in a crowd of women with their faces bared, adding
fuel to the growing fight over mixing in the kingdom.