Why Young, Slim, Even Vegetarian, Non-Smoking South Asians/Indians Are Struggling With Coronary Artery Disease, Heart Attacks, and Diabetes

Why Young, Slim, Even Vegetarian, Non-Smoking South Asians/Indians Are Struggling With Coronary Artery Disease,...

Most of us have heard that we should eat less fat and ghee, avoid meat,  skip the junk food, pass on the soft drinks, and lace up our running shoes regularly to keep our...

Calcium Supplements Are Damaging Your Heart

There is now overwhelming evidence that Calcium Supplements increase risk of heart disease by 25%-40% in people; while intake of Calcium from natural food is very beneficial.
The size of your waistline is the best early health warning sign and you don’t even need to go to the doctor to find out. Belly fat is a better predictor of many chronic diseases that stalk Indians than even general obesity.

The Best Early Health Warning Sign

The size of your waistline is the best early health warning sign and you don’t even need to go to the doctor to find out. Belly fat is a better predictor of many chronic diseases that stalk Indians than even general obesity.
Dealing with Stress

How Good Food Can Help You Manage Bad Effects of Stress?

Stress has been proven and associated with weight gain, increased incidence and risk of cardio-metabolic diseases, inflammatory diseases like cancer, memory loss and pre-mature aging.
How Certain Kinds of Fat Are Helping South Asians/Indians Combat Significant Health Risks

How Certain Kinds of Fat Are Helping South Asians/Indians Combat Significant Health Risks

A DNA  community member asked about benefits and risk of incorporating Omega -3 fats in his meals. This is first of a series of blogs on Fat – the “good and the “bad” kind and its...

Mirror! Mirror! on the wall, which roti is the best of all

Healthier, Tastier, Better for you? I was walking through the atta (flour) aisle of my local Indian supermarket when an atta bag marked as Multi-Grain, Diabetic Atta, boasting a new slogan of “Sugar Release Control" grabbed my...