Abdul Malik

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This 3-Day Microbiome Cleanse Will Eliminate Bloat, Improve Digestion & Reboot Your Gut Health

Over two decades as a holistic, functional doctor in New York City, I have treated tens of thousands of patients who have brain fog, anxiety, and …

Wellness

5 ways you can actually slow the aging process

<i>Every human is made to grow and age—that’s just a fact. But how*we age depends on a number of factors, and there are ways you *can* slow down the</i> …

Wellness

12 tips for successful boudoir photography

<b>Boudoir photography is growing in popularity but it isn’t as easy as it might look. AP went on a photo shoot at Brighton’s famous Hotel Pelirocco,</b> …

Nikon D700

Seville's best tapas bars (according to a local)

An incense burner swung from the ceiling, filling the air with sweet smells. Images of Christ and the Virgin Mary covered all four walls of the crowded little room. A small television showed a hooded penitent straining under the weight of a giant wooden cross. I ordered another lager.<p>This wasn’t …

Can This Pill Keep You From Ageing? Science Thinks So

We’re well versed in taking probiotics to keep our gut healthy and happy, but when we heard that popping them daily could improve our skin as well as …

I cleared my gut and cured my infertility

Infertile. A grand canyon of a word evoking, in my story at least, four years of loss, devastation, hormone treatment, counselling and pain.<p>Being …

4 Big Menswear Trend Predictions for 2018

<b>With the new year fast approaching,</b> its time to review what industry experts and outlets are saying about male fashion in 2018. So far, we like what …

What can insomniacs learn from sleep crises of centuries past? Eat onions.

Most developed societies in the West are currently plagued by endemic sleep loss, falling well short of the eight hours recommended by the World Health Organization. In particular, many children and young people are currently suffering from sleeping problems. A recent BBC documentary went so far as …

Onions

These Energy-Saving Bulbs Are Making One Pollutant Much Worse

Though energy-efficient, bright rays from LEDs are contributing to a host of human and animal problems.<p>As people across the globe are switching to LED lights in an effort to save energy and money, they may be making another problem worse.<p>Light pollution has been a growing problem for decades, and …

Coming second place means you win in the end, according to scientist

Whether in the workplace, a sports tournament or a music competition, finishing in second place could make you the real winner in the long run, a …

83 Travel Experiences to Have While You're Alive and Breathing

Live life to the fullest by soaking up some of the most awesome travel experiences that will leave you changed forever.

Travel

How the aristocracy preserved their power

On 11 January this year, Charlie, the genial 3rd Baron Lyell, died aged 77 in Dundee after a short illness. He had inherited his title and the 10,000-acre Kinnordy estate, in Angus, when he was just four years old. After Eton, Christ Church and the Scots Guards, he spent nearly 47 years in the …

Leonardo Da Vinci

The countries where new visa application rules will soon make it easier to visit

From India to Zimbabwe, via Vietnam, a number of countries around the world have made changes to their visa system, making it easier for British travellers to add them to their holiday hitlist for 2018. Read on for all the details.<p>The countries that have made getting there …

Scotland is the most beautiful country in the world

According to the readers of Rough Guides<p>We have always known that the British countryside is so beautiful that it rivals some of the most …

6 Lesser Known Munich Travel Experiences You Simply Can’t Miss

In September, the crowds descend on Munich for the legendary Oktoberfest. The beer tents are bursting with stein-cradling merrymakers from all over …

Milk bread: How to make the addictive, iconic bread

Bread: it’s one of life’s most simple but greatest pleasures. Bread is always there for you, whether sandwiching together delicious fillings or just …

Ochazuke (Japanese Steeped Rice)

4 servings<p>The origins of this recipe are incredibly simple—leftover rice with hot water, broth, or tea poured over. We started there, then kept going. All of the finishing touches (ginger, furikake, and nori) make this feel less like a snack and more like a balanced dish.<p>May 2017Print<p>Ingredients<p>2 …

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There’s a dark side to meditation that no one talks about

We’ve all heard about the benefits of meditation <i>ad nauseam</i>. Those disciplined enough to practice regularly are rewarded with increased control over the brainwaves known as alpha rhythms, which leads to better focus and may help ease pain. In addition to calming the mind and body, meditation can …

Meditation

The Best Ways to Learn to Code for Free

New skills at no cost.<p>The web and our phones are playing an increasingly vital part in our lives, and that isn't going to stop any time soon. That means we're more and more at the mercy of the people who design and code on these platforms.<p>If you want to be a creator rather than a consumer of apps …

Your Ice Cube Tray is Good For a Lot More Than, Well, Ice Cubes

Coconut milk is my kitchen's biggest loiterer. Recipes will often call for just a portion of a can, which leaves me with a leftover volume that's too much to throw away yet not enough to fulfill its next destiny. So I'll unscrew another can, and the cycle will start all over again.<p>In her cookbook …

Ice Cream

Amazing Health Benefits of Pomegranates

While many of the health benefits of pomegranates actually come from the seeds, the pomegranate itself as a whole is still very beneficial to your …

A lesson from the world's most inspirational physics teacher

Italian theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli is telling a packed classroom of 15- and 16-year-olds that science is about not believing what your teachers tell you. While it might seem like a counter-intuitive stance, it’s all part of today’s lesson.<p>Enter The Telegraph STEM Awards 2017 for the chance …

Teaching

11 insights that can help you learn anything faster

But some people keep studying — and thinking — the same way all their lives without improving their methods.<p>Thankfully, cognitive science has taken a look at how people actually learn. The results are surprising and super helpful.

'Property is better bet' than a pension says Bank of England economist

Property is a better investment for retirement than a pension, according to the Bank of England’s chief economist, Andy Haldane.<p>Haldane owns two homes – one in Surrey and a holiday home on the Kent coast. His basic salary at the Bank is £182,000 and he is in line for a pension of more than £80,000 …

Finance

Making rainbows in a glass – seven-layer tea in Bangladesh

The magic happens in a humble kiosk in northern Bangladesh’s Sylhet region – by a man unimpressed by Bollywood bling or making big money from his invention<p>One of Heston Blumenthal’s most famous Fat Duck concoctions is a cup of tea that stays piping hot on one side of the cup and stone cold on the …

Tea

Britain's 20 greatest beaches (because it's warm enough for a day at the seaside)

With Britain basking in some unexpected April heat, why not make a rapid dash to the seaside? To help you pick the best stretch of sand, we asked our experts to recommend their favourite beaches around the country. Some of the nominations are deservedly popular spots along the south and western …

The 10 most terrifying TV shows of all time

As BBC One’s period chiller The Living & The Dead <i>(Tuesdays at 9.00pm)</i> petrifies viewers, we count down the top 10 terrifying TV shows of all time. Apologies to The Walking Dead, Penny Dreadful, Chocky, Fringe, Hannibal, The League of Gentlemen and Tales from the Crypt - you weren’t quite scary …

Horror

Cooking the world's oldest known curry

<b>Everyone eats. But what if you were told that 4,000 years ago they ate almost exactly what you ate last night? That re-heating it in the microwave was the only real advantage you had over an average Harappan home cook.</b><p>In other words, had you been washed ashore four millennia ago on the banks of the …

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