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9 Aug
Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Agriculture and Food Security, Dr. Glory Edet explains the efforts of the state to revive agriculture through various empowerment schemes for farmers
19 Jul
Participants in a large-scale study who more commonly consumed a Southern-style diet - high in added fats, fried foods, processed meats, and sugary drinks - had a higher risk of sudden cardiac death
17 May
Dieting has for a long time been used as a term for skipping meals or eating fewer calories than expected, largely to remain healthy or attain a certain weight. This, however, defeats the purpose of dieting. Dieting is ensuring that an adequate amount of nutrients which comprises all the classes of food, is eaten three…
1 Oct 2020
The Federal Government has commenced training for 100 unemployed Nigerians in livestock and vegetable production. The training, done through the National Directorate of Employment (NDE), is part of the Federal Government’s renewed efforts to revamp the country’s agricultural sector, under its Sustainable Agricultural Development Training Scheme (SADTS). Speaking at the flag-off of the scheme, at…
9 Sep 2020
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms again in Britain, stoking fears of a painful double whammy for an economy already on its knees due to the deadly coronavirus outbreak. Concern is mounting as Britain and the European Union meet again in London this week, with hopes fading of an immediate breakthrough and an approaching…
8 Sep 2020
If your cholesterol level has crept up over the years, you may wonder whether changing your diet can help. Ideally, your total cholesterol value should be 200 milligrammes per deciliter (mg/dL) or lower. But it is the harmful Low-Density Lipo-protein (LDL) ‘bad’ cholesterol value that experts worry about the most. Excess LDL builds up on…
A nurse taking the blood pressure of a patient
4 Aug 2020
Findings from a new study suggest that inadequate consumption of fruits and vegetables may be a major factor in heart disease death.
15 Jul 2020
A new United Nations survey has found fruits, vegetables as well as dairy and protein foods as most expensive, even as it revealed that the COVID-19 pandemic could push 130 million more persons into chronic hunger by the end of this year across the globe.
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17 May 2020
Vegetables and fruits serve as healthy agents that help to keep the body fit. Vegetables and fruits consist of nutrients that have healthy benefits suiting for the body. All vegetables and fruits are a good source of vitamins. However, everything that has an advantage also has a disadvantage, and fruits and vegetables are no exception.…
22 Mar 2020
I started by being a young cook assistant at a noodles eatery. After learning all the tricks and improving my knowledge of the business and skills
5 Mar 2020
In 2018/2019, a World Bank report indicated that Nigeria was becoming the headquarters of poverty with approximately 87 million Nigerians living in abject poverty
21 Feb 2020
An agricultural expert, Mr. Patrick Ugwumba, has advocated the consumption of organic foods for healthy lifestyles for longevity. He also said plant-based foods and organically produced foods are environments

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