6 High-Protein Lunch Recipes You Can Pack For Office

We understand there are days in office when you don’t have the time to even leave your desk for 10 minutes. In the midst of endless meetings, presentations and deadlines, the thought of food is perhaps not even the last thing to enter your mind. But here’s one thing you must understand too. Without food your body would not get enough energy to function, naturally then your brain would also be depleted of essential fuel to function. Hence, skipping lunch may not be the best idea to save the day….

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6 High-Protein Lunch Recipes You Can Pack For Office

We understand there are days in office when you don’t have the time to even leave your desk for 10 minutes. In the midst of endless meetings, presentations and deadlines, the thought of food is perhaps not even the last thing to enter your mind. But here’s one thing you must understand too. Without food your body would not get enough energy to function, naturally then your brain would also be depleted of essential fuel to function. Hence, skipping lunch may not be the best idea to save the day….

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What makes Yam (Suran) a magical vegetable for the human body

1. What is Yam? Whether you call it Zimikand, Elephant Foot Yam, Yam, Ole or Suran, this vegetable is known for its ‘itchy throat’ nature and probably that’s the reason it is not very popular. Regarded as a part of the compulsory Lakshmi Puja meal on Diwali in several part of India, Suran which is a variety of yam, grows under the soil in form of a tuber and is a powerhouse of nutrition. It has been a part of traditional Indian cooking since ages. Specially popular in Bangladesh, Bihar…

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10 sweet dishes your Bengali friend lives for

1. Mouth-watering Bengali desserts Besides their extensive knowledge of literature and music, the one thing that Bengalis are proud of and unconditionally love is their food, especially the sweet-dishes. If you too have a Bengali friend, then we certainly understand the pain you suffer while waiting for your buddy to come back after the festive season. Well, waiting for the sweets that your buddy will bring back! Bengali sweets are every foodie’s dream come true and below is the list of some mouth-watering Bengali desserts that your Bong friends can’t…

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12 delicious one-pot meals that are perfect for dinner tonight!

1. The magic of flavours! Everyone seems to be talking about Buddha Bowls these days. What are these? One-pot meals that are cooked with frugality, a meal bowl with a balance of ingredients, something akin to following the middle path. Or for those with wilder imaginations, are these meals cooked with ingredients that Buddha loved to eat? There are several contestions regarding the actual meaning of this concept. While initially they were believed to be essentially vegan bowls with ingredients that created a balance of nutrients in the body, they…

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10 mind-blowing facts about Nutella that will make you fall for it again!

1. Delicious facts about Nutella! We fell in love with Nutella before we understood what love is. If there’s one thing you can add to any kind of food and make it a treat, it’s Nutella! You can even use the glass jar once you’ve licked all the Nutella out of it. With so many uses and advantages, we’ve become borderline addicted to it and since you’re reading this story, we know for a fact that you’re a Nutella fan as well. After all, who isn’t? Here are 10 facts…

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12 railway stations that are famous for their delicious food!

1. The taste of India! One’s destination is never a place, but always a new way of seeing things. And the best medium to see those things is to travel by train. What if the train journey blesses you with some impeccable and finger-licking food? Sounds interesting! Well, start packing your bags, as this piece of information will surely make you plan a trip to explore these flavours that are no less than the taste of India. 2. Chicken Cutlet, Howrah, West Bengal If you think this city is just…

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Education cuts ring alarm bells for regional areas

Regional and rural participation and attainment in higher education is significantly lower than in metropolitan centres. This matters, because we need a highly-skilled workforce to meet the demands and opportunities of the new knowledge economy just as much as we do in our major cities. So when the ABC uncovers via a Freedom of Information  request that the federal government’s own department estimates the funding freeze imposed on universities will substantially and disproportionately impact universities such as La Trobe – which are committed to delivering higher education in the regions – alarm…

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High protein diet for weight loss may backfire as it increases risk of heart failure

High protein diet have always enjoyed a lot of popularity among fitness conscious folk. Many people who are looking to shed some weight are recommended a high protein diet. But is it really healthy, asks a new study. According to this study, a high-protein diet could increase the risk of heart failure in middle-aged men. However, proteins from fish and eggs were not associated with heart failure risk in this study. “As many people seem to take the health benefits of high-protein diets for granted, it is important to make…

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Lose weight in a month, simple diet and exercise tips for quick results

While fasting during Ramzan is primarily for a religious purpose, it’s also the perfect time to detox. If you’re wise about what you consume during sehri and iftaar, you can shed the extra kilos. Here’s how: Plan your sehri to keep you sustained “Recipes involving oats and wholegrain bread should be included in pre-dawn meal as they help stay full,” says Alka Lohia, nutrionist and dietician, 6 Meal, Delhi. “Consumption of caffeine should be avoided as it can lead to de hydration and longing for water.” Include proteins and complex…

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