Food Guide: Animal foods and Proteins


There shall always be a lot of difference of opinion about healthy food diets. Just like two sides of coin, there are people who really believe that the dietary requirement of a person may totally depends on the person where as the other part of human society tends to believe that there is an appropriate diet designed to work as a guide for the entire society at large. Continue reading “Food Guide: Animal foods and Proteins”

Meet Meatless Meat, Beyond Meat

Chicken without guilt?

What if someone said, let’s grab a bleeding beef burger without actually bleeding an animal? Well,  that’s true! Beyond Meat, an innovative company based in the Los Angeles, United States of America is here to tell a story of meatless meat.


Meat has been an integral part of our society ever since the dawn of mankind on earth. Initially, men killed animals and ate raw meat this later turned into cooking meat and before one could realise, became top economy generating industry of the world. The harvesting of animals from wild soon changed to a cycle of artificial reproduction and medicine aided foods.

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Diabetes: Only Sugar to blame?


Most of the people solely blame sugar as a reason for diabetes. Avoid eating high sugar foods and any other foods that contain sugar a to avoid diabetes.

Well, we are soon going to find out the fact if only sugar is to blame or is it more than just sugar to cut out from your diet? Continue reading “Diabetes: Only Sugar to blame?”

Food : Sleep Inducers ?

Food Comma, a medically recognized condition technically known as postprandial somnolence which has symptoms of falling asleep soon after you eat. A common misconception states that the brain requires 80% of the blood in the body, but due to the process of digestion there is a reduction in the amount of blood available to the brain and hence, it falls in a state to hibernate itself by making the body fall asleep using central nervous systems.

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Sodas: Threat or Danger?


Beverages are usually treated as a solution not only for quenching thirst, but also as refreshment agents. Usually, an individual drinks nearly 210 liters of soda every year. Even a fact states that a large population drinks more soda as compared to water everyday.

We shall try to discuss the major ingredients and it’s effect on human body.

  • Sugar
  • Artificial sweeteners
  • Water
  • High Fructose Corn Syrup
  • Artificial Colors and Flavors
  • Acids
  • Sodium
  • Preservatives
  • Bisphenol-A

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Sugar Cravings: Why?

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Also called as sweet poison, sugar(Sucrose) is responsible for most of the diseases prevailing in the world today.

Major diseases that sugar cause:

  • Accelerates ageing and reduces immunity
  • Chromium deficiency
  • Diabetes and cardiovascular diseases
  • Blood pressure
  • Cavities and tooth decay
  • Increases stress levels
  • Obesity and weight gain
  • Mood swings, fatigue, headaches due to high blood glucose levels

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A1 & A2 Cows: Discrimination based on milk?


Milk is a great source of calcium and protein. Casein is the largest group of proteins found in milk which makes up about 80% of the total protein content. A2 cows are the earlier breeds of cows like the desi Indian cows or the African cows that produce this protein in their milk along with an amino acid called Proline.

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Food Fat and Low/Free Fat Food: Solutions?


Fats have been usually been seen as the culprit behind obesity and heart diseases and has faced extreme criticism since the late 1980s. The market for low-fat and fat-free products has been on a constant rise since then.

It is true that fat supplies nearly twice the calories provided by proteins or carbohydrates. Also, it is true that fats are responsible for clogging up arteries. The rising cholesterol levels are responsible for coronary heart disease, a cause for heart attack. Continue reading “Food Fat and Low/Free Fat Food: Solutions?”