Researchers at Stanford University performed a systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled trials to investigate the effects of tree nuts (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts) on blood lipids, lipoproteins, blood pressure and inflammation in adults 18 years and older without prevalent cardiovascular disease (CVD). Tree nut consumption was…

Stevia, a sugar substitute and a sweetener known to have a bitter aftertaste can now be consumed guilt-free. Cornell food scientists have reduced the stevia’s bitter aftertaste physically rather than chemically. The findings have been published in the journal Food Chemistry. Cornell professor of food process engineering, Syed Rizvi, co-authored the research “Controlling the Taste…

Delhi saw over 500 cases of burn injuries caused by fire crackers on Diwali. A five-year-old boy has died of injuries caused by fire crackers burst on Diwali night, reported doctors in Delhi. Authorities said, “The boy died of injuries caused by glass pieces that pierced his body while he was watching some boys of…

As the winter season approaches, we make sure that our wardrobe is filled with knitted sweaters and warm clothes. It is also equally important to keep our bodies warm from inside. CyberChef food specialist Shilpa Gupta shares a list of five foods that will keep you warm. Ginger: Ginger reduces high cholesterol level and hence…

(GETTYIMAGES) If you could snap your fingers and make your allergies disappear, youd probably do it in a second. But what if your pet is the cause of your watery eyes, sneezing, and runny nose? Suddenly that oh-so-simple decision becomes a much tougher call. For some, the psychological misery of giving up a pet may…

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