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Mary Selvaraj is a post-graduate (MSc) in Foods and Nutrition. She is a Registered Dietician and a Certified Diabetes Educator. She is a member of Indian Dietetic Association and Indian Society of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition (ISPEN). She loves Bonzo, her dog.
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Ginger used in cooking has many health benefits and contains many vitamins and minerals like manganese and copper, which are important for proper functioning of the body.
People with little or no brown fat have limited ability to clear certain amino acids from the blood leading to the development of obesity and diabetes.
China’s two-child policy targeted 90 million women of reproductive age. There was a historic change with 5.4 million extra births during the first 18 months that the policy was in effect.
History of a first-degree family member with diabetes is linked to increased bone mineral density in addition to insulin resistance.
Increased consumption of fish oils for their omega-3 fats is commonly believed to be protective against, or reverse conditions like type 2 diabetes. But they are found to offer no such benefit.