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  • World Health Day: 6 healthy foods you're probably neglecting

    World Health Day: 6 healthy foods you're probably neglecting

    World Health Day is celebrated annually on 7th April to mark the founding of the World Health Organization or WHO. Let's take a look at the healthiest foods that have recently been in news for their superpowers. How you eat is how you live. To eat is not just to please your taste buds but also to r...

  • Could mushrooms be the cure for cancer?

    Could mushrooms be the cure for cancer?

    Mushrooms are being hailed as a miracle cure for cancer. But can a shiitake stir-fry really work wonders?Behold the mighty mushroom. Neither plant nor animal, the mysterious fungus is a class, or kingdom, of its own, and has fascinated cultures around the world for centuries. But while they do make...

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  • Now, bask in mushrooms to get Vitamin D

    Now, bask in mushrooms to get Vitamin D

    Next time you go out in the sun to get some Vitamin D, think about mushrooms. Why mushrooms? Well, this is what is going to be your best source of Vitamin D soon.In order to give mushrooms a vitamin D boost, researchers exposed them to quick pulses of ultraviolet light. And voila! In less than a sec...

  • Winter Warmers: 10 foods to keep the flu away

    Winter Warmers: 10 foods to keep the flu away

    Do you know what COLD stands for? Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease. Well, I too was surprised with this rather hard hitting description. We all know what typically happens when we get a cold - our nose is runny, our eyes get watery and the head feels stuffed. We all wish that the dipping mercury was...

  • Stay energetic with this humble ingredient

    Stay energetic with this humble ingredient

    Do you know the advantages of eating mushrooms? It can help ramp up nutritional value, so eat it to stay energetic, says expert.Actress, TV presenter and Celebrity Masterchef Winner Nadia Sawalha has teamed up with the Mushroom Bureau, an initiative that promotes advantages of mushrooms, to help lau...

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  • Why mushrooms are good for you

    Why mushrooms are good for you

    This savoury staple is full of earthy fragrant flavours and is packed with vitamins.Having mushrooms in the fridge promotes a sense of security in the cook. In minutes, you've got mushrooms on toast, or a rapid blended soup. A little longer, and there's risotto or an easy pasta. It's the only non-m...

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  • Not an exotic mushroom, but a satisfying one

    Not an exotic mushroom, but a satisfying one

    I enjoy wild mushrooms, but I happen to like ordinary white button mushrooms, too; the cultivated kind, the ones that are also called champignons de Paris (especially by the French). Simply sauteed in a little butter or olive oil and finished with garlic and parsley, or sliced raw for a salad with a...

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  • Mushrooms good for diabetics: Expert

    Mushrooms good for diabetics: Expert

    Mushrooms are good for diabetics since they contain little or no sugar, says an expert."Cultivated and wild species of mushrooms are consumed because of their nutritional value. They are rich in essential nutritional constituents and are good for people with diabetes as they have little or no sugar,...

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  • Angela Hartnett's chicken with mushrooms and cumin recipe

    Angela Hartnett's chicken with mushrooms and cumin recipe

    Tried and tested seasonings are great with chicken, but this dish offers an unexpected combination of subtly spicy flavors.I have a cupboard full of spices, and every now and again I force myself to try different combinations. Roast chicken is great with lemon and rosemary, but for a change, try it ...

  • 10 Best Italian Recipes

    10 Best Italian Recipes

    "The trouble with eating Italian food is that two or three days later you're hungry again." - George Miller.A four course meal served with a variety of 400 types of cheese, every bite of Italian food speaks of its origins from the 4th century BC. It's a favorite with everyone, from the first bread t...

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