It’s not all in the Genes: Clean Living can cut Heart Risks

Clean living can slash your risk for heart disease even if your genes are heavily stacked against you. A large study finds that people with the most inherited risk cut their chances of having a heart attack or other heart problems in half if they didn’t smoke, ate well, exercised and stayed slim. The opposite also is true: You can largely trash the benefit of good genes with unhealthy habits. “DNA is not destiny, and you have control,” said the study leader, Dr. Sekar Kathiresan, genetic research chief at Massachusetts…

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At BioFach India 2016, Our New Favourite Foods for Healthy Living

Biofach is India‚Äôs biggest exhibition to showcase the newest and best organic and natural foods. Packed with over 80 brands and co-operations for three days (10th to 12th November 2016), it was a great place to see and sample a wide assortment of products and trends for healthy living. To understand how quickly the market for organic food and health products is growing in India, just take a look around at your local superstore. You will find aisles and sections devoted to just healthy alternatives. From low calorie snacks and…

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Try Teppanyaki food for healthy living

Japanese are not just known for their enviable life expectancy, cherry blossoms, bullet trains, technical know-how and sushi, but also for a unique style of cooking that preserves the basic taste of food and its nutritional value. A land which is known for its longevity surely must be having some cooking secrets that add years to the life of the people living there. Teppanyaki style of cooking is one among those several techniques. Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cooking that uses an iron girdle. The iron girdle is heated…

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