Chowdhury Tasneem Hasin | The Daily Star
  • Chowdhury Tasneem Hasin

  • Diet for the groom

    No matter the schedule or grandiosity of a wedding, every bride and groom deserve to look and feel abso-lutely incredible from the inside out. While women are often found trying to lose weight for the big day, grooms too are not falling behind.
  • All that is good for your heart

    Heart disease accounts for nearly one-third of all deaths worldwide. You could say that this disease is the king of the silent killers.
  • Managing polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

    Few women in our society realise that while PCOS is a serious health issue, simple adjustments in their diet can aide in the treatment and desired recovery.
  • Make food safe again

    Eid-ul-Azha is just around the horizon. However, preservatives, various additives, tainted animal feed, and antibiotics have been inundated in the news, making people think twice about what’s on their plates on this holy occasion.
  • Nutrition needs for summer

    It’s a natural trend to eat light during summer, and shift from high calorie food to things much lower. Dehydration is a common possibility due to excess perspiration and that’s the time when people feel like reaching out for something cold like sodas, beverages or even cold water.
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