These Healthy Food Swaps Can Help Speed Up Your Weight Loss Goals; Try Them Now

Is weight loss your new health goal? While you must have read a lot of nutritional guidelines related to weight loss, there may be times when you might be perturbed as to what to eat and what to exclude from your diet. When you are on a weight loss program, you need to be very careful as to which foods will help you lose weight. Some foods, which are generally considered to be healthy might not be that effective in weight loss. However, there can be healthier alternatives of these foods which can…

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Moscato Cupcakes Are Dessert Goals

If you’re new to Moscato, like I was, here’s the deal: it’s sweeter than champagne, fizzy AF, and very reasonably priced (see: cheap). And we’re not complaining. The sweetness, which may be slightly over the top when enjoyed straight up, lends itself perfectly to baking. Plus, rappers like Drake, Lil’ Kim, and Soulja Boy have all waxed poetic about the stuff, so you know it can’t be bad. First things first, make your batter: add white cake mix to a large bowl and stir in a cup and a half…

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Seven times Karisma Kapoor gave us serious fashion goals

Mumbai: Karisma Kapoor, who started her career in Bollywood at the age of 17, has come a long way since then. The Zubeida actress has proved that age is just a number. A fashionista in the making, Karisma has been giving us serious fashion goals with her deadly style statements. Here’s a look at some of them: 1)    Ravishing Red Reddish-Maroon is a colour that not everyone can carry off with grace. Still, Karisma Kapoor looks absolutely ravishing in her red gown.   Lodha Estrella#beautifulhomes A photo posted by KK…

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Poorest countries hit hardest as world lags behind on global education goals

The international community has not only failed to meet the education targets set out in the millennium development goals, it is also highly unlikely to meet the 2030 deadline for education laid out in the sustainable development agenda, with the poorest countries the hardest hit, according to the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation. Unesco’s global education monitoring report 2016 shows that just 64 countries of the 157 tracked by the report met MDG 2, which called for every child in the world to receive a full course of primary…

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