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Benefits of Eating Dinner before 7pm

It's well known that eating late in the night affects a person's metabolism, but now a study has found that it impacts overnight blood pressure & raises risk of heart attack, setting the dinner deadline at 7pm. The research, which examined more than 700 people, warns against late-night dining and points out the possible implications.
Why you should Eat early?  Eating late night puts people at danger of heart attacks & strokes, warn experts.
Adults should ideally eat before 7 PM
Early dinner gives the body time to wind down & rest
Dinner within 2 hours of going to bed keeps the body on high alert & blood pressure doesn't fall properly overnight
Eating late can do more damage to the heart than having a diet with high in salt

What the studies say about early eatingCardiologists at a Turkish University studied over 700 men & women with high blood pressure to establish the effect eating times and consistency of diet had on their healthEating later than 7 PM was …

Chicken Popcorn Recipe

Popcorn chicken recipe – how to make crunchy KFC style popcorn chicken at home. To make chicken popcorn similar to KFC, is not difficult but need just small dedication for your recipe. You just have need to add a step, to soak chicken in butter milk (diluted yogurt) for at least 45 mins to 5 hours makes it tender and juicy. It yields tender bites that are so soft from inside and crusty outside since we will bread them before frying. However it is just an optional step.

If you are wondering why am I sharing a deep fried recipe here on a healthy recipes blog? I personally feel, it is right and healthier to enjoy deep fried foods at home rather than in take away or fast food outlets like KFC, since we can use the fresh and best kind of meat and oil to make these when prepared at home. We really don’t know the kind of oil or meat used when we eat out.
For a healthier homemade popcorn chicken recipe, use unbleached flours and whole grain bread crumbs or coarsely powdered cornflakes instead …

Street style omelette without eggs

Some people simply don't like the taste, some people are allergic, some people abstain for ethical or religious reasons, and some people believe that eggs are unhealthy.
And, it is important to note, that in parts of the world where industrialized food production/agriculture has not taken hold, eggs are a luxury item and many people cannot afford them.
One egg has about 213 mg of cholesterol, which is why they have gotten such a bad rap over the years. An estimated one-fourth of Americans avoid eggs because they worry about their cholesterol. However, most experts (scientists, physicians and dietitians) agree that it's not cholesterol from foods that significantly raises your blood cholesterol, but rather saturated fat and trans fat in your diet that raises your blood cholesterol.
For healthy individuals, it is recommended to keep daily cholesterol intake to less than 300 mg (If you have diabetes, heart disease, or high LDL cholesterol, limit dietary cholesterol to 200 mg/day…