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How women can reduce risk of hip fracture: Research

The protein could come in any form: meat, dairy or eggs; and for people on a plant-based diet, from beans, nuts or legumes. Three to four eggs would provide around 25g of protein as would a steak or piece of salmon. 100g of tofu would provide about 17g of protein.

How women can reduce risk of hip fracture: Research(Shutterstock)
How women can reduce risk of hip fracture: Research(Shutterstock)
Published on Dec 01, 2022 10:04 AM IST

Are you among the 90% who don't know the body's daily protein requirement?

Almost 80% of our Indian population don't meet their daily protein requirements and 90% of the Indian population aren't aware of their daily protein requirements. 9 out of 10 people don’t meet their daily protein requirements. Are you one of them?

Are you among the 90% who don't know the body's daily protein requirement? (Marcus Aurelius)
Are you among the 90% who don't know the body's daily protein requirement? (Marcus Aurelius)
Updated on Nov 28, 2022 05:18 PM IST

5 dense protein options for vegans; nutritionist suggests

People who are turning to or follow a vegan diet must include sources of dense protein in their diet and not just rely on legumes, grains, or nuts as they may not be enough to fulfill protein requirement. Here are 5 dense protein options for vegans

It's not practical to complete protein intake from only legumes/grains or even from only nuts/nut butters. (Pexels)
It's not practical to complete protein intake from only legumes/grains or even from only nuts/nut butters. (Pexels)
Published on Nov 10, 2022 04:45 PM IST

'Protein hunger' drives overeating in large-scale population: Study

Proteins are the building blocks of life: every cell in the body contains them, and they are used to repair cells or make new ones; and it's estimated that over a million forms of protein are needed to allow a human body to function.

'Protein hunger' drives overeating in large-scale population: Study(Unsplash)
'Protein hunger' drives overeating in large-scale population: Study(Unsplash)
Published on Nov 10, 2022 11:00 AM IST

Ways to boost children's immunity during winter season

Growing children are highly exposed to viral and bacterial infections in schools as well as playgrounds hence, need foods which help in building immune cells and repair body tissues to fight off these infections. Here's how parents can boost children's immunity during winters

Ways to boost children's immunity during winter season (Aleks)
Ways to boost children's immunity during winter season (Aleks)
Updated on Nov 07, 2022 02:19 PM IST
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