Food & Health

Ethiopia’s teff grain set to be world’s next ‘super-food’

Under a searing midday sun, a herd of cattle circles atop a pile of golden teff, thrashing the wheat-like grain, a method that has been practised by Ethiopian farmers for centuries.

Menu at Indian vice president’s banquet

Indians know very well that the route to a guest’s heart goes through his stomach and the famed Indian hospitality unveiled its very best for Crown Prince Salman on Wednesday.

Sukh Sagar: For a vegetarian, variety fare

It’s always heartwarming to read placards of shops and restaurants carrying Hindi/Urdu names here in Saudi Arabia.

The role of insulin in the body (Part 2)

LAST WEEK, I started the discussion on insulin, its functions, and its importance to the brain and body.

Controlled Indulgence Is the Way To Enjoy The Festive Season

THERE IS no doubt that traditional celebrations foster a feeling of goodwill toward family, friends and of course, food.

For new study, 100 people commit their bodies to science

CHICAGO: One hundred people are about to share their live bodies for science as part of an unprecedented new study that will examine how to improve personal health, researchers said Friday.

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