There is no truth about fresh fruits being better and healthier than the dried ones. What is important is whether the fruit contains the necessary vitamins and minerals that your body requires, where it is from and how it is grown or dried.
Forcing your children to have too much fruit during adolescence can have negative consequences as a diet high in fructose, a sugar found naturally in fruits, may exacerbate their depressive behaviours, new research shows.
Including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, poultry and fish in diet; engaging in physical activity and keeping the blood pressure under control can lower the risk of a first time stroke.
The first image that comes to our mind as soon as we here the term 'detoxification' is fasting and simply starving ourselves. But now there is no need to go by the famous phrase “no pain no gain” when one can get the desired results without much efforts.
Small farmers will soon be able to sell fruits and vegetables directly to bulk consumers like organised retailers, hotels and exporters here after Centre today unveiled an unique 'Kisan Mandi' platform that aims to boost income by eliminating middlemen.