3 ways cross-training could help you prep for a marathon

Race season is nearly upon us, and with huge events like the London marathon just around the corner there’s no doubt that thousands of people up and down the country are beginning to up their training routines in the hope of nailing a new PB in an upcoming event. However, whilst increasing your mileage in the run up (see what we did there?) to The Big Day will no doubt help increase your stamina and provide you with the sheer determination needed to finish a long-distance race, it might not be…

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Ramphal (Bullock’s Heart) Benefits And Ways To Use It In Your Daily Diet!

Mother Nature has bestowed us with a plethora of amazing fruits that have abundant health promoting properties. Out of the treasure trove of beautiful looking fruits, there is ramphal, also known as bullock’s heart, which is known to have numerous health and beauty benefits. This green coloured ripened fruit is believed to have high amounts of antioxidants, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus and a generous amount of iron content in it. The phytonutrients make this fruit an unmissable bet. Did you know that ramphal belongs to the same family as custard apple, which is the…

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9 ways to use lettuce other than in salads

1. Interesting lettuce recipes Think of lettuce leaves and the first thing that comes to mind is-‘salad’. But come on, don’t you think the fresh green leaves deserve more in terms of identity than just a boring plate of salad? Well, we think they do, and that’s why we decided to share some interesting and tempting variations of lettuce leaves that you won’t be able to ignore. From sinful wraps to cheesy cups, the healthy leaves have turned unhealthy to suit your taste buds and trust us, they are worth…

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3 Different Ways to Enjoy Fishing for the First Time

Fishing is a sport that requires time, patience, and dedication. For many, fishing is actually about the bonding time that friends can spend together; catching some fresh fish is simply a fun perk. For others, fishing is actually a relatively cheap way to bring a healthy protein to the family table. The first fishing experience is truly about learning to bait the line, learn about lures and local species, and how to operate a fishing rod to catch some great specimens. Visiting a Stocked Lake Stocked lakes are the perfect…

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6 Yummy Ways To Have Chicken In Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

There is no dearth of chicken lovers in this world. Maybe that is why we have so many delicious preparations in chicken. Take a sandwich, burger, broth or a salad; you know that only a few juicy and tender chunks or pieces of chicken can turn the fate of the dish around. Basically for us, ‘chicken + anything’ is a winner combination that has us rooting all the way. So here we are with 6 ingenious ways, in which you can have chicken in breakfast, lunch and dinner!   Breakfast:   There is a…

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10 unique ways to use leftover bread

1. Bread-i-licious Every kitchen has some leftover ingredients that are no longer fresh and it is believed that they can’t be re-used. One of the most common thrown-away ingredient is ‘Bread’. Brown, white, multi-grain, sweet or garlic; a bread in all its form is a magical ingredient that sometimes loses its charm and is bound to find its way to the dustbin. However, it’s time to make the best use of bread and zest up the not-so-interesting ingredient. A number of traditional recipes can be tweaked and twisted to create…

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After Farm Loan Waivers, Will Education Loan Waivers Spoil Us? Not If We Mend Our Ways

A serpentine queue of students heading to the enquiry encounter to check on various courses offered and eligibility criteria. (Manoj Patil/Hindustan Times via Getty Images) Snapshot In India, the debt numbers are getting bigger and bigger. In some years, we will have a major problem on our hands if we fail to address it today.India risks moving towards an era of education loan waivers. Given how farm loan waivers have worked out for farmers, course correction is crucial. Student debt in the United States (US) has reached gigantic levels, so…

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Cooking with Winter Berries: 4 Ways to Make the Most of Them

Every time November comes around, I start getting excited about all the wintry produce that makes its way into my kitchen. There’s delicate, pearly ponkh, and sturdy sweet-fleshed yams. There’s mogri (rat-tail radish), and amba haldi, which looks and tastes like a cross between ginger, turmeric and mango. Fresh leafy greens such as sarson and bathua pile up in my vegetable crisper. My lovely Gujarati neighbour sends around a bowlful of homemade undhiyu. And yet, winter wouldn’t be winter without the profusion of berries that swell my shopping bag, every time I return from a visit…

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5 Ways to Give Your Vrat Wale Aloo an Interesting Spin

Aloo is one of the simplest dishes to prepare. But since you are off a lot of ingredients, during these fasts and have limited options, having the same dishes day in and day out can become a bit monotonous. Here’s a way out. It takes little effort to turn the same vrat wale aloo into an interesting dish with new flavours. Let us show you how. Here are five genius ways to transform your favourite vrat wale aloo into something new and flavourful each time. Chef Manjusha Sinha was organizes cooking class in Gurugram suggest…

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5 Ways to Give Your Vrat Wale Aloo an Interesting Spin

If you are fasting during the Navratri 2017 fasts, you would know that vrat wale aloo is one of the simplest dishes to prepare. But since you are off a lot of ingredient, during these fasts and have limited options, having the same dishes day in and day out can become a bit monotonous. Here’s a way out. It takes little effort to turn the same vrat wale aloo into an interesting dish with new flavours. Let us show you how. Here are five genius ways to transform your favourite vrat wale aloo into something new and…

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