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We are on a mission - mission to spread the word about health.

This includes healthy eating & food.

 Who We Are; What We Do

A team of knowledge professionals, with over 10 years of research, writing, and content collation experience, we believe in sharing knowledge.

Our purpose is to use this website as a platform to create interesting, well-researched content from credible sources.

Natural healing is one of our favorite niches, and we are happy to research deeper into alternative medicine. We are proud to be part of the evolving natural healing community.

We have partnered with international media houses to spread medical/health/alternative healing knowledge and awareness all through the globe. We are working on dozens of insightful sites on health, parenting, pet care, and healthy food & recipes.

If you are into healthy eating, you will be happy to be here :) You may be happy to join our healthy eating group in Facebook, where homemakers are invited to share healthiest of recipes. The best recipes go in our cookbooks, which are free to access online.

You may want to join us at Healthy Recipes by Homemakers at

https://www.facebook.com/groups/967688456634982/

This has prodded me to come up with healthy recipes and luckily, my readers love my food choices.

How do I come up with healthy ideas people applaud?


  • brainstorming
  • challenging people's ideas
  • observing things
  • experimenting
  • test driving
  • sharing

Other Interest Areas

Since we are research and knowledge professionals, we are proficient in creating quality content that speaks value and creates interest. We have been researching, curating, and promoting content around a range of subjects in different niches.

We have extensive experience in creating well-optimized, researched, and engaging content in

  • Law
  • Environment
  • Geography
  • History
  • Polity
  • Economy
  • Health
  • Automotive
  • Internet marketing
  • Search engine optimization and marketing
  • Email marketing
  • Food
  • Addiction
  • Holistic healing
  • Alternative medicine
  • Conventional medicine
  • Diseases, human anatomy
  • Animals
  • Design
  • Architecture
  • Technology - website design, logo design, iPhone app development
  • Travel 

We have created useful ebooks for international clients.

Our Team

Amit Mishra and Ravneet K are the brains behind Mercury Information Management Platform, who envision making the website one of the best credible information sources ever!

Comments

  1. Hi Madam,

    I like your website, it is very much useful and informative.

    Some of the recipes are even diabetic friendly.

    I run the India's no#1 Diabetes Educator website - www.healthydietfordiabetics.com

    I want to connect with you to ask, if we can share your recipes with our readers on our facebook page which has above 20,000 followers.

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    1. Hi,

      Thank you for stopping by. Please feel free to share our blog link on your Facebook page.

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