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M.Phil (Food Service Management), M.Sc. (Food Service Management)

Adeline Dorcas

Adeline Dorcas is an alumni of Womenís Christian College, Chennai. She is passionate about teaching and writing. She loves spending time with family and friends.

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Fiber-rich Diet Can Reduce Non-Communicable Disease Risk

Fiber-rich Diet Can Reduce Non-Communicable Disease Risk

Eating a diet high in fiber can reduce the risk of developing non-communicable diseases (NCDs). So, make sure to add lots of whole grains, pulses, fruits, and vegetables to your diet to fight against NCDs.

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New Year's Resolution: Smart 10 Ways to Boost Your Brain Health This 2019

New Year's Resolution: Smart 10 Ways to Boost Your Brain Health This 2019

Take care of your brain: Celebrate this New Year 2019 with simple resolutions to improve your brain health, thereby promoting healthy aging. Here are a few tips to make your brain happier and healthier in 2019.

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Regular Exercise Can Burn Your Belly Fat: Here's How

Regular Exercise Can Burn Your Belly Fat: Here's How

Are you wondering how to lose belly fat faster? Donít worry, regular bicycle exercise for 12-week can significantly reduce visceral abdominal fat. So, make sure you include regular physical activity such as bicycling to your New Year resolution to burn out unwanted belly fat.

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Science-Based Tips for a Healthier, Happier New Year 2019

Science-Based Tips for a Healthier, Happier New Year 2019

New year 2019 is almost here, people are excited and busy making a list of new resolutions. Are you ready with your resolution? Here are a few science-based tips to make your life happier and healthier this New Year and for the years to come.

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Be Heart Smart: Tips to Prevent Heart Disease This Winter

Be Heart Smart: Tips to Prevent Heart Disease This Winter

Winter is here, and it can wreak havoc on your heart. Heart disease and related deaths increase by 50 percent in winter months. So, make sure you keep yourself warm and eat healthy to fight the cold weather and protect your heart health.

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