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Fish eating in diabetes

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People suffering from diabetes can consume fish. Oily fishes are said to be better because they provide some good fatty acids (known as omega 3 fatty acids).

Fish intake once or twice a week may be a wise idea.

Consult your doctor doctor to know what is most appropriate for you.

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Steamed veggie

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Welcome.
Here is an interesting healthy veg receipe.

Try mixing the following –

Potatoes
Ladies fingers
Garlic
Onions

Next cook them under pressured steam.

Then make a mesh.

You may add vegetable oil and salt to add flavor.

Finally, adding fried papad pieces can be a wise thing to do.

Have it with rice or bread.

This is easy to cook and healthy to eat.

Obesity in football fans

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Did you ever wonder how sports fans can become fat? Here is something very interesting for sports loving people. Recent studies show that football lovers tend to eat a lot of high calorie sugary-junk food when the team they support loss the match. This is so probably because the fans want to heal their pain of loss by means of eating a lot of junk food. Therefore, such fans of teams which loss matches regularly are more prone to the risk of gaining weight, and this may lead to obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure etc. May a time come when simply by seeing the number of obese fans a team has in the football stadium gallery, one can predict how frequently that specific team football losses a match. Similarly, this should encourage football team coaches and players to win the matches rather than frequent losses, to keep their fans healthy, by keeping them away from such junk food habits.

However, such high calorie diet consumption is probably not related to football team fans of the losing team only. In many other depressing instances too, like after getting a bad score in exams few people are prompted to eat such junk food in huge amounts, may be studies in future will unfold if such is also true and relevant.

You may share your opinions below in the comments section. For all your health concerns please be guided by your healthcare provider. Please cross check information from other sources too. Reference: link