‘Olympic kitty’ leaps off table to eat food out of human’s hand, amazes netizens. Watch | Trending

“Here kitty kitty,” reads the caption shared along with the clip.

By Trisha Sengupta

PUBLISHED ON AUG 26, 2021 11:58 AM IST

If you’re looking for a cat related video that can uplift your mood almost instantly, then here is a kitty video tailor-made for you. The clip shows a kitty leaping off a table to eat food out of its human’s hand. There is a chance that the video will not only make you go ‘wow’ but leave you chuckling too.

The video is shared on Twitter handle Mack & Becky Comedy. “Here kitty kitty,” reads the caption shared

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Doctor provides tips on getting kids to eat healthy foods

It’s a battle that can seem never-ending: getting kids to make healthy food choices, especially eating vegetables.

Dr. Nona Djavid, the founder of SoulScale, says if this is happening at your house, it’s important to remember you’re not alone.

“There’s so much variety of food that’s available to us: the packaging, the marketing, all of that. So, it’s becoming harder and harder to get your kids to eat healthier,” said Djavid.

She says to keep an eye on snack time because when they’re the hungriest, kids are most likely to eat what’s in front of them.

Be sure to have

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Vegetarians eat more visible fat than non-vegetarians: Study

The average daily (per day) consumption of visible fat among vegetarians in these metro cities was 40.4 grams per day while the non-vegetarians consumed just 30.1 grams per day

Hyderabad: A popular belief is that people on non-vegetarian diet tend to have fatty deposits in their body, making them lethargic, while vegetarians with their plant-based diet end up leading fulfilling and enriching lives.

Such popular narratives, however, when tested against hard scientific data, could end up surprising one and all.

Similar was the case when researchers at the Hyderabad-based National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) conducted an analysis of consumption

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Bill Clinton Rejected Queen Elizabeth’s Tea To Eat Indian Food And ‘Be A Tourist’ In UK

Recently declassified documents by the United Kingdom have revealed how former US President Bill Clinton wanted to try out Indian food instead of having tea with Queen Elizabeth during his official state visit to UK in 1997. 

According to the documents, Mr Clinton had visited England to meet the newly elected Prime Minister Tony Blair at the time and turned down the offer of having tea with Queen Elizabeth because he wanted to go shopping and eat Indian food, reported CNN.

Also read: Queen Elizabeth II Reacts To Meghan Markle’s Racism Claims, Says ‘Whole Family Is Saddened’

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how to eat healthily cheaply and easy

Healthy eating should be simple: eat more plants, drink water regularly and enjoy foods that make you feel good. The reality is somewhat more complicated, with endless healthy eating myths sullying the waters and confusing many of us who want to make the best decisions for our fitness goals and overall health.

To help, we’ve gathered together nutritional scientists and dieticians to explore the most common nutritional misconceptions. From the truth behind the benefits of going gluten-free if you’re not coeliac to why white potatoes are the original superfood, this is your guide to healthy eating – fact checked.

MYTH:

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How to Become a Vegetarian (or Eat Less Meat)

I have some personal news: I went vegan about three or four months ago. Considering that I’ve written thousands of words about how much I love tofu and black bean burgers, this “news” is hardly shocking, but with meat discourse reaching furious new heights (or depths?) every day, it seemed too relevant not to share.

To be honest, this has been a long time coming. I’ve never been morally or ethically opposed to eating animals—I’m still not—but capitalism is another story, and at this point there’s no separating the two. You don’t need me to tell you

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