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NAFDAC: Cooking with paracetamol can cause liver, kidney failure

The National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has warned food vendors and others against the use of paracetamol as tenderiser...

7 Good foods to introduce your babies to in their first...

Nutrient-dense complementary foods should be introduced to your babies from six months of age, along with continued breastfeeding.

Top pregnancy-friendly foods for every soon-to-be mum

Pregnancy nutrition can be a minefield. You just need to type the phrase into Google and more than 55 million answers will appear and that’s on top...

Photos: Man horrified after finding human p3nis in his food

An unidentified man has cried out to the public after he found what looks like a human penis in the meal he bought from...

6 Health and nutrition tips that will help you avoid meat

As you get older, it becomes more and more important that you focus on your health. In order to have better results, you will have to work to provide...

This simple tricks will help you estimate your serving size

But now you're faced with a new problem: How do you determine the perfect portion-controlled sizes for your healthy snacks and meals?

Top health and nutrition tips that don’t involve meat

As you get older, it becomes more and more important that you focus on your health. In order to have better results, you will have to work to provide your body with regular exercise and an adequate amount of healthy, nutritious food.

How to introduce meat into your child’s diet

If one wishes to introduce meat into a child’s diet, the later this occurs, the better. In the past, it was recommended not to include meat in the child’s diet until 3 or 4 years of age. Today it is given after the first year.

Things you should never eat or drink after 9 pm

Whether you are focused on losing weight or just staying healthy, there are certain foods you need to avoid once it’s 9 pm.

The top 6 health and nutrition tips without meat

As you get older, it becomes more and more important that you focus on your health. In order to have better results, you will have to work to provide...

The one question you are too embarrassed to ask about your...

This is not the most pleasant topic, but your poo can tell you a lot about your health. For example, watery or "loose" poos can be a sign of a GI infection, while blackish or really dark poos can be a sign of intestinal bleeding.

Build your child’s ‘brainpower’ with these foods

As fast as children move from classroom to activity to home and back again, their brains are just rapidly growing and changing.

Does avoiding acidic foods help you lose weight?

I'm sure we’ve all heard of the Alkaline Diet or so-called pee strip diet and it’s having a moment.

Fitness after 40: Bid expanded waistlines goodbye with these tips

A lot of people have assumed that from age 40 above, most women can no longer stay fit, but that is not exactly correct.

Introducing meat into a child’s diet

If one wishes to introduce meat into a child’s diet, the later this occurs, the better.

6 Condemned prisoners die In Ilorin prison riot while fighting for...

According to report, what could best be described as mutiny happened at Mandala Prison Yard and Federal Prison, Okekura, both in Ilorin, Kwara State capital.

Fingerlicking Friday: How to prepare your flavourable native soup

River state native soup is one of my favourite Nigerian soup, it happens to be my favourite native soup. The soup is not only delicious but also very health.

Fingerlicking Friday: Delicious Northern Otong Soup

This great okra recipe has its origin from Northern Nigeria but it’s definitely a must try for all as it is very healthy and...

Fingerlicking Friday: How to Prepare your mouth-watering Ofe-Owerri soup

It’s another beautiful Friday, so we bring you an opportunity to learn how to make another African delicacy. Today we are going all the way...

Fingerlicking Friday: Coconut Fried Rice

Coconut rice is regular, but have you ever imagined adding a twist to it? like preparing a coconut fried rice? if you haven't thought...