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Top 10 Tips for Choosing the Right School for Your Child

By Shweta Bisht These days parents are very much conscious about their children's education. And a right school will make a huge difference. The good news is that there are many different options available and one can easily choose the best private school within their locality. Similarly, with abundant options, the parents get confused not knowing what to choose. But the main motto is to make the children receive professional educational standards that build their career.The ten tips provided here will surely help the parents to choose the right school for their children.

Budget: Before starting it is necessary to analyze the schools that fit the budget. For this one has to shortlist the schools that fit the budget before looking at other details.Understand your child: Examine the child and understand what they require. And while selecting a particular school it gives an idea to focus on particular things.Emotional guidance: It is important to meet every child's emotional needs…

6 Reasons to Eat Home-Cooked Food More Often

By Priya MRead on to Find out Why You should Eat Home-Cooked FoodThanks to our increasingly hectic lifestyle, eating has become one of the lesser priorities in life. For example, we eat only when we are meeting someone in a lavish restaurant or snack mindlessly while watching a movie. When was the last time you took out a couple of hours only to prepare food and to relish it leisurely? When was the last time you put "LUNCH" on your daily to-do list? However, eating home-cooked food is one of the healthiest habits one can cultivate. It has multiple positive effects on the body as well as on the mind.Nutritious:- Restaurant and other commercially prepared foods are notoriously high in fat, salt and sugar. Home-cooked meals, on the other hand, are free from these and also have the option of replacing certain items with their healthier alternatives. Eating home-cooked meals regularly prepares our palate for simpler and more wholesome foods in the long run, which eventually start…

Are You Eating Your Way to Health or Into an Early Grave?

By Nicole Dennison Which is it?In the U.S., almost 16 million people have diabetes. More than 50 million adults have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. Over 600,000 people die each year of heart disease. Dementia and Alzheimer's are on the rise, and digestive disorders are commonplace.According to the National Institutes of Health: "More than 35% of U.S. adults are obese, and more than 34% are overweight."Do I have your attention now?Good.Diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, dementia, and digestive disorders are out of control in the U.S. People are suffering in silence and scared. They don't know where to turn or what to do.The ProblemFood.People are eating their way into an early grave with foods laced with additives, preservatives, chemicals, sweeteners, and fats.The SolutionFood.As positive thinker, Norman Vincent Peale sagely expressed: "Every problem has in it the seeds of its own solution." Therefore, if food is the problem, it's also the solution.The go…

Antioxidant Products

By Sarika Jagtap This effectively minimizes rancidity, retards lipid oxidation, without any damage to the sensory or nutritional properties, resulting in maintaining quality and shelf-life of meat products. However, intrinsic factors are available in live muscle to prevent lipid oxidation. These factors are often lost after slaughtering during conversion of muscle to meat, primary/secondary processing, handling, or storage of meat products, necessitating further supplementation with extrinsic antioxidants.For this reason, synthetic antioxidants, such as butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT), were extensively used to delay, retard, or prevent the lipid oxidation by scavenging chain-carrying peroxyl radicals or suppressing the formation of free radicals. However, because of the concern over the safety of these synthetic compounds, extensive work is being carried out to find novel and naturally occurring compounds to delay the oxidative degradation of lipids, improve quality, and maintain the n…

5 Great Foods for People With Kidney Problems

By Leo EigenbergWhen the kidneys are no longer able to function as intended, there is a risk of food waste building up in the blood. For this reason, it is beneficial to eat a specially prepared diet that puts less stress on the kidneys. Let's take a look at a few of the best foods to eat for people with kidney disease:CauliflowerCauliflower is a type of cruciferous vegetable that is nutrient-dense with plenty of B vitamin folate, vitamin C and vitamin K. Also, it is a great source of fiber and high in anti-inflammatory compounds. The cauliflower is a versatile vegetable which can easily be mashed and used as a substitute for potatoes. This use of cauliflower is certain to appeal to those looking to eat a meal low in potassium.BlueberriesBlueberries are one of the finest sources of antioxidants. They benefit the body in many different ways, including the ability to protect the body against a variety of diseases, such as diabetes, cognitive decline, certain cancers and heart diseas…