Mindful and intuitive eating practices are not diets. They are mindsets that require you to trust your natural instincts and listen to your body's hunger and fullness cues.
We outline a few simple steps you can take that will make sure you get healthier while still indulging in your favourite foods.
Slow eating tends to cut down on one’s fat accumulation.
Not many details are known about the food habits of Einstein, who mesmerized the world with his incredible discoveries about the speed of light.
The role of water in controlling our metabolism can never be overstated.
Breakfast plays a major role in safeguarding the health of the heart.
A healthy plate of food should have half of it filled with fruits and vegetables, one fourth of it with rice or wheat and rest with meat or dairy products.
A study looked at how the vestibular sense, which is responsible for balance, posture and spatial orientation, interacts with the system, which impacts taste and flavour.