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See If Adding Water To Soft Drinks Before Taking Reduces The Calories Or Not

Many sugary drinks contains between 100 and 150 calories per cup or more and because of this, most people dilute their drinks with water to lessen the calories-intake. However, according to a dietitian, Ms. Oluwakemi Olanrewaju, there is no scientific

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Where To Draw The Line With Giving Your Baby  Pap- Nutritionist, Dr Sylvester Igbedioh Cautions Parents

A Nutritionist, Dr. Sylvester Igbedioh, has advised parents to stop feeding their babies only pap because it lacks the necessary nutrients to help infants grow properly. Igbedioh recommended that blended dry fish, crayfish or liver should be added to pap

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Leading Nutrition Expert, Ibiyemi Olayiwola Discusses Wide Range Health Benefits Of Consuming Soybeans

A Professor of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ibiyemi Olayiwola, has urged Nigerians to explore soybeans as a good food source, to alleviate malnutrition and achieve good health. The leading nutrition expert who made this

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Fish Intake Linked To Improved Brain Health -Study

Fish is an excellent source of nutrition for everyone and according to researchers, improved memory is just one of many brain-boosting benefits associated with eating more fish. Your brain function often declines with aging. While mild mental decline is normal,

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Woman Breaks The Internet With Her Incredible Weight Loss Transformation, Reveals The Secret Behind Her New Look (Photos)

A woman identified as Lejdi Veličanstvena with the handle, @ladySakiii literately shut down the internet with her amazing weight loss transformation pictures showing her looking incredibly different. One of the pictures according to her was taken on January 15, 2020, and

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Nigerian Health Practitioner, Dr. Bobby Egemba Lists Out Some Rules For Eating

Twitter-famous Nigerian physician, Dr. Bobby Egemba, popularly known as ‘Aproko Doctor’ on the app has shared a number of rules for staying healthy. The award-winning physician who often shares insights on topical health issues via his Twitter handle @Aprokodoctor highlighted

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Healthy Living: Why Sprouted Potatoes May Be Unsafe To Eat

Potatoes can begin to sprout, when left in storage for too long, creating debate as to whether eating them is safe. On one hand, some consider sprouted potatoes perfectly safe to eat, as long as you remove the sprouts. On

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Five Reasons To Make Your Own Baby Food

It is easy to buy baby food with all the brands out there claiming to have the most nutrient packed formula for your child. Why make your own when you can just conveniently buy already made baby food? Right? The

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Research Review Discusses Wide Range Benefits Of Turmeric

Researchers in a new study review have identified Curcumin, a polyphenol extracted from turmeric as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antiviral agent. According to news-medical.net, Curcumin’s anticancer potential remains under investigation, but it has gained attention from scientists worldwide for its

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Experts Explain How Eating Peas, Beans Improves Heart Health

The pivotal role that nutrition plays in health not in doubt. At one end of the spectrum, it is common knowledge that eating a diet that is high in sugar, salt, and fat increases the risk of poorer health outcomes.

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Neuroscientist, Mark Mattson Spells Out The Gains Of Intermittent Fasting

In a review article published in the December 26, 2019 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Neuroscientist, Mark Mattson, concludes that intermittent fasting does helps to elongate life. Mattson, who had studied the health impact

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Culinary Pro Shares Top Safety Tips To Handle Raw Poultry

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued a warning after a new study revealed that rinsing raw poultry puts people at risk for spreading germs that cause foodborne illness. The USDA study found that “of the participants

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Happy Moments At The ‘Augustsecrets’ Kids Food Fair

It is common knowledge that Augustsecrets makes the best foods that kids love to eat. The 21st of July saw an amazing turn up of parents, guardians, and their kids to Augustsecrets’ first ever kids fair organised with the sole

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WHO Sensitizes Parents On The Dangers Of Sugary Baby Foods

According to a UN report that proposed new guidelines Monday to improve infant diets, commercial baby foods often contain too much sugar and display confusing ingredient lists. The World Health Organization (WHO) examined nearly 8,000 products from more than 500

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9 Made Simple Categories Of Must-Eat Nutrients For Your Child

Parents want their child to have a great start in life and one way to achieving that is by giving these little ones nutrient packed foods. If you are not sure your child is getting his daily dose of balanced

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Family Recipe: Couscous With Grilled Vegetables, Chicken and Feta

Couscous is quite popular with many Nigerian families particularly in the north of the country, but the food originally is from the North West (Maghrebi) region of Africa. It is a dish of small steamed balls of crushed wheat semolina

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Family Recipe: How To Make American Muffins

Only the sight and yummy taste of freshly baked muffins on the morning breakfast table could be nicer than the sweet smelling aroma of it baking. Muffins are delicious plus they are quick and easy to make, particularly since the

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Baby Recipe: Mango, Banana, Avocado Puree

The combined goodness of three of the most healthy fruits is a sure way to start your child up early on some good nutrition. Mango sometimes called “King of fruits” in parts of the world is not only delicious but

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Baby Recipe: Tropical Mango And Banana Puree

Juicy, tropical mango and banana are gentle on little tummies, making them popular first foods. Pick out ripe, fragrant fruits for this fresh blend. You can make a only banana or only mango puree, depending on your preference. Both fruits

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Baby Recipe: Sweet Potato Puree

Sweet potatoes are one of the most popular first foods for babies, especially among mums who are looking to introduce vegetables early on. The orange- and yellow-fleshed roots are packed with fiber, vitamins A and C, and beta-carotene, but they’re also

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New Research Reveals How You Can Reduce Risk Of Premature Birth

Premature birth is the leading cause of death for children under 5 years old worldwide, accounting for close to one million deaths annually. Premature babies are at higher risk of a range of long-term conditions including visual impairment, developmental delay

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Men Caught Spraying Beans With Insecticide ‘Sniper’ To Be Sold To Unsuspecting Customers

Kudos to every ‘1-minute news reporter’ who make good use of their smart phones to alert the public on the inhumanity of man against man. An Instagram user with handle @farmtour2016 has raised an alarm after he spotted some men

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5 Health Benefits of Giving Your Child Green Peas

Ogbugoh Terundu JOY It it is small, it is round and it is green, sometimes it even comes in the shade of yellow. Many people use it for salad and some for rice,  but this vegetable deserves to be incorporated

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Smoothies: One Fun Way To Get Kids To Eat Veggies And Fruits

 By Assa Adenusi The big question is, “how do you get your kids to eat more fruits and veggies?” Fruits are available with 2 to 3 or more fruits in season throughout the year. I love fruits but with most

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Top 3 Vitamins Your Child Really Needs & Why

Ineh Olisah Experts advise a child really needs these top three vitamins supplements to ensure optimum growth and development as they grow. This is taking into consideration the fact that some kids are picky and most do not eat wholesome

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