Strengthening How To - Kettlebell Clean and Press / Kettlebell snatch

Here is a 'how to' video on performing the kettlebell clean, press and snatch. Facebook - Twitter - Youtube - A Ventuno Production Nov 24, 2014

Hookah Smoke Contains Toxic Chemical linked to Cancer

A new study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention found that hookah smoke contained benzene, a toxic chemical with a sweet odour that has long been known to raise the risk of leukaemia. Nov 24, 2014
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Early Puberty may Cause Depression, Says Study

Participants who had an early puberty possessed certain common risk factors related to depression, including poor self-image, greater anxiety and social issues with family and peers. Nov 22, 2014

Paneer Manchurian

Paneer Manchurian Ingredients For Batter frying paneer cubes Paneer - 200 gms cut into cubes All purpose flour - 1/2 cup Rice flour - 1 tbsp Corn flour - 11/2 to 2 tbsp Salt to taste Oil for frying Soy sauce - 1 tbsp Tomato ketchup - 2 tbsp Bell peppers Red, Green & yellow - 1 Spring onions - 1 bunch chopped A few cloves of Garlic chopped A piece of Ginger chopped Red chilli - 2 cut up diagonally A few Coriander leaves chopped Salt to taste Oil - 1 tbsp Method: 1. Prepare a thick batter out of All purpose flour, Rice flour, Corn flour, salt & water. Dip each paneer cube in a batter and deep fry in hot oil and keep aside. 2. In a wide pan, add oil, garlic, ginger, red chilli, Bell peppers, spring onion & saute it for a few minutes. And then add salt, pepper, soy sauce, tomato ketchup & saute it. 3. Once you made a sauce add fried paneer & mix it. Make sure sauce is coated well with the paneer. 4. Finally add spring onions & coriander leaves. Turn off the flame & serve it. Like us on FACEBOOK - Follow us on TWITTER - Subscribe to YouTube - A Ventuno Production : Nov 21, 2014

High-Fructose diet worsens depression in teens

New Delhi, 21 Nov (ANI) : A new study has revealed that consumption of a diet high in fructose throughout adolescence can worsen depressive- and anxiety-like behavior and alter how the brain responds to stress. According to the study such diet can alter brain health and may lead to important implications for adolescent nutrition and development. Fructose, a sugar found naturally in fruits and vegetables but also added to many processed foods and beverages, can promote negative cardiovascular effects. It also stimulates neural pathways that affect how the brain responds to stress, which can worsen the symptons related to depression and anxiety. Nov 21, 2014