Struck by chikungunya? It’s time to include these 10 superfoods to your diet right away

Achy bones and painful muscles- chikungunya patients feel this and so much more the whole time. That’s not it, some of them also have horror stories of not recovering from this condition, even after a year. The biggest reason for this is not paying enough attention to your diet. 

Of course, you don’t feel like eating your favorite meals too, because you feel so sick. But remember your immunity must be taken care of.

Chikungunya is a kind of disease that enters the human body through the bite of infected mosquitoes. The infected mosquitoes can be of two types –

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8 Irresistible Do-it-yourself Cat Meals Recipes

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Changing My Diet Helped Me Manage My Ulcerative Colitis

As with many conditions, there’s no one size fits all approach for what you can eat when you have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). My sister and I both have a form: I have ulcerative colitis (UC), and she has Crohn’s disease. Not the gene mutation we were both hoping for! But I’m still clinging to hope that I’ll be getting my superpowers soon.

In the meantime, we both had to make some dietary changes to keep flares at bay and maintain remission. Our diets could not be any more polar opposite! Even though lean protein, such as

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Buying groceries not only a problem for the poor, but also middle-class millennials with student debt

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When I teach undergraduate and graduate students about food insecurity, I sometimes mention that my perspective is based not only on professional expertise but also on my personal experience.

Food insecurity might sound like the same thing as hunger, but that’s not the case. The somewhat technical term food insecurity applies when people can’t get the food they need for themselves or their families because of a lack of money or other resources.

Food security, on the other hand, is more of an ideal—being able to access culturally preferred foods to support an optimal diet

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