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Last Updated: September 4, 2013, 6:37 pm
 

 




11 extreme diets that will help you lose weight and possibly kill you
There is nothing wrong with watching one's figure. Following these diets to the letter will definitely give you the figure you desire but unfortunately, they can be extremely dangerous to your health.

 
Adom TV's Barima Nkwan: How “DSP” Kofi Sarpong stormed the kitchen
“DSP” Kofi Sarpong sang his way to the market to buy foodstuff for his impending cooking assignment. He joins the limited league of people who usually pay below the market price wherever they go out to buy stuff.

Natural remedies for upset stomachs
Whether you are gassy, constipated, nauseous, or have indigestion, try these natural remedies to make an upset stomach feel better without medicine.

7 foods that you should never eat after a workout
If you workout and you want to get a lean body, then you surely know that exhausting yourself in the gym will not do you much good: for the best results, you must combine cardio and weight training with a balanced, nutritious and healthy diet.

The super powers of cocoa
The cocoa found in some of your favorite desserts contains many super powers that can help improve your health, inside and out. Discover some of the reasons why you should add cocoa to your diet.

Benefits of eating an apple a day
Beyond its fabulous flavor and perfect portability, this fruit packs major health benefits. Here, the lowdown on why you should be getting a daily dose

Reasons why you should never skip breakfast
Do you eat breakfast regularly? Many people find that they are often too busy in the morning to have breakfast. Some just say that they aren’t hungry enough when they wake up to want to eat anything substantial. Those who don’t eat breakfast could potentially be doing more harm to their bodies than good.

Mackerel 'cuts arthritis risk'
Eating at least one portion of oily fish, such as salmon or mackerel, each week can halve a person's risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, researchers believe.

6 eating styles that make you fat
It's not just what you eat but how, why and where that can be vital when it comes to weight control. Read on to discover the different eating habits that could be sabotaging your diet efforts.

Chocolate craving comes from total sensory pleasure
For most of us, chocolate is a guilty pleasure. We crave it because it tastes wonderful and sweet - although we know we should really be stretching for the fruit bowl.

Breakfast linked to 'healthy heart'
People should eat breakfast in order to look after their hearts, according to researchers in the US.

7 types of men you shouldn’t sleep with
Sex is a wonderful gift that should be cherished. It shouldn’t be just given to anyone. Ladies, if you want respect, you have to earn it. Here are seven types of men a lady should totally forget about “hooking up” with.

Storing vegetables in your fridge 'can take away goodness'
We’ve all been told that boiling vegetables for too long saps them of their goodness. But keeping them in the fridge could also be bad for our health.

Soybean intake prevents, cures cancer - WIAD
The consumption of soybean can prevent and cure cancer, says the Asutifi District Director of Women in Agricultural Development (WIAD), Ms Ellen Owusu Adjei.

6 rules for a healthy postpartum slim down
Chances are you won’t feel like publicly donning only a bra and panties a month after giving birth—unlike, say, Heidi Klum.

6 reasons beer is good for you
Beer lovers, rejoice! Not only does beer taste great, and make you feel “buzzed” on life, beer is also good for you!

What exactly does fiber do?
Fiber is a plant-derived carbohydrate that cannot be digested by humans, so it passes through your system relatively intact and has little to no caloric value.

Driving on coffee 'cuts crash risk'
Long-distance lorry drivers who drink coffee have fewer road traffic accidents, research suggests.

Salt linked to immune rebellion in study
The amount of salt in our diet could be involved in driving our own immune systems to rebel against us, leading to diseases such as multiple sclerosis, early laboratory findings suggest.

Processed meat 'early death' link
Sausages, ham, bacon and other processed meats appear to increase the risk of dying young, a study of half a million people across Europe suggests.

5 things you may not know about olive oil
Nutritionists have long touted the heart-healthy benefits of extra-virgin olive oil.