Eating well magazine has a habit of giving magpies a bad name.
The magazine has been accused of promoting unhealthy eating habits.
The magazine has recently been accused by the Bombay High Court of giving out “unhealthy” advice.
Magpul Magazine has also been accused for giving out the wrong advice about the health benefits of eating well, according to a recent ruling.
Magpul is a Japanese brand of gunpowder.
It sells thousands of different products, including bullet-proof jackets and bulletproof sunglasses.
The magazine is also accused of giving bad advice about healthy eating habits to magpuks customers.
According to a Mumbai High Court order, magpuls customers should consume around 1,200 grams of rice per day and 2,000 grams of vegetables and fruits, as recommended by Magpuls website.
The Magpuli, a company owned by Sumitomo Chemical Company, has denied the allegations.
MagPul has also defended its health advice.