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Fairs & Festivals:A Guide to Diwali Sweets
2007-11-08
Name: Editor Do you prepare sweets in your home for Diwali? Which is your favourite Diwali sweet? What do you think of giving sweets as gifts?
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2007-11-08
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Name: Irina
Subject:  Sweets lead to diabetes
I know that all these sweets are very tasty. However, one must remember that too much of anything is not good. All these sweets are very rich and lead to high cholesterol. In extreme cases, they may even result in Diabetes. This is why people nowadays are suffering from health problems.
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2007-11-08
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Name: Nitin
Subject:  Stop worrying
It is not all gloom and doom. You are simply being paranoid. People do not gorge on sweets for 365 days of the year. Just because some people tend to go overboard at this time does not make them a candidate for diabetes. Do not grudge someone their small joys. Lighten up.
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2007-11-08
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Name: Nikita
Subject:  Tempting
Fantastic article. Just reading about these sweets is making my mouth water. I am fond of all sweets but I am especially partial to Burfis. When I see the different types of burfi at the shop, I am at a loss as to which one to purchase. I feel like taking a separate box of each type and eating them all!
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