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This Popular Breakfast Dish Might Not Be as Healthy as You Think

This Popular Breakfast Dish Might Not Be as Healthy as You Think

Health
I guess it's back to the overnight oats. When juice shops started whipping up fresh, antioxidant-packed açaí bowls a few years ago, everyone freaked out. In addition to being delicious, the gorgeous, painstakingly styled bowls were topped with granola and fruit and claimed a long list of health benefits. Before long, the Brazilian superfood dish was dominating our Instagram feeds. And we get it: Who wouldn't want to chow down on something that looks and tastes like ice cream, but is actually healthy for you?While these bowls do tend to be high in antioxidants and fiber—making them an undeniably better breakfast choice than, say, a donut or chocolate croissant—let's talk about the sugar levels. A quick lo
We might see a shift to low-cost largecaps after TRI: Radhika Gupta, CEO, Edelwiess MF

We might see a shift to low-cost largecaps after TRI: Radhika Gupta, CEO, Edelwiess MF

Finance
The mutual fund industry is shifting to TRI benchmarks in February. The mutual fund industry is waiting to see how investors would react to the new benchmarks.ET.com Mutual Funds spoke to Radhika Gupta, CEO, Edelwiss Mutual Fund, which is using TRI as a benchmark since September 2017. Edited interview.Edelwiess Mutual Fund introduced TRI as benchmark in its schemes last year. How many schemes have been benchmarked against TRI till now? What has been your experience managing such schemes?Yes, in September-October, 2017, we benchmarked all out domestic equity schemes against TRI. Many online portals are still showing the earlier benchmarks against our schemes, I don't know why. But if you look at our factsheets, the TRI indices are clearly mentioned as the benchmarks. Switching to TRI was ...
What blood sugar spikes might mean for your weight

What blood sugar spikes might mean for your weight

Health
Knowing how your blood sugar responds to certain foods could be a key to weight loss, according to the researchers behind a new diet book. Drs. Eran Segal and Eran Elinav of Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science tested blood sugar levels in 1,000 people after every meal for one week. They found that foods that created a healthy response in some participants produced an unhealthy blood sugar spike in other participants. The key to weight loss, according to Segal and Elinav, is watching how your blood sugar reacts to different foods. “For years, we've been trying to search for that silver-bullet diet that would work for everybody and we've been miserably failing,” Segal told ABC News. “And that's because the best diet for each person really has to be tailored to that individual.” Ther
Here's why a variable annuity, warts and all, might be a right fit for your retirement plan

Here's why a variable annuity, warts and all, might be a right fit for your retirement plan

Finance
They're not what they used to be, but variable annuities are still a major retirement-planning tool for hundreds of thousands of Americans.These insurance contracts are reviled by many financial advisors for all the right reasons: They cost a lot, they're hard to understand and they're hard to undo once you've signed a contract. The same criticisms of variable annuity contracts, however, were valid before the financial crisis — and those contracts nonetheless helped many people survive the 50 percent plunge in the stock market."I had some clients whose retirements were saved because of [variable annuity] contracts they purchased before the financial crisis," said Marc Ruiz, a financial advisor with Oak Partners and a registered rep with SII Investments.The terms and prices of variable annu