With wholesome ingredients like broken wheat, oats, bananas and apples, this porridge is the perfect breakfast to kick start your day. The banana apple porridge is not only nutrient rich, it is also delightful to taste. Follow the chef’s instructions to prepare this easy and healthy breakfast. Continue Reading »
Onions are extremely healthy because they are low in calories and have plenty of nutrients that help to reduce heart disease, boost immunity and prevent cancer and diabetes. When you’re in the mood to eat cook some simple but comforting, try making this healthy and delicious onion and thyme soup. Continue Reading »
The word faraal refers to foods that have been picked or gathered, and it is used to describe the foods that Hindus eat when they are fasting. This healthy faraal recipe only contains ingredients that are allowed during the fasting season and can be eaten during festive occasions like Shravan and Navratri. Continue Reading »
Loaded with nutrients, papayas are one of the healthiest fruits to pick. Its benefits range from lowering your cholesterol, curing colon, aiding morning sickness and more. Blend it together with a citrus fruit like oranges and you have a power packed smoothie by your side. This papaya and orange smoothie is also low on sugar making it a perfect diabetic friendly smoothie. Continue Reading »
Before you bid goodbye to the corn season this year, try this corn and rice tikki satay. Made out of rice, juicy corn kernels, mint and chaat masala, this will make for the perfect evening snack. Continue Reading »
Yes, you might be struggling to take out those 40 minutes to fit a workout into your day, but what you eat before and after a workout is equally important. To prep your body for a workout, or later replenish it once the workout is over, you need to eat a protein and carb snack. Now, you might not have the time to put together an elaborate omelet or any such thing, so here are a few quick fix snacks that help you achieve optimal results from your workout plan... Continue Reading »
Bhurji is a traditional Indian preparation that is usually made with paneer (cottage cheese), but you can swap it for tofu to give yourself a change once in a while. Made with minimal oil and packed with proteins, vitamins and minerals, this is a great recipe to make for your family. Continue Reading »
In the lead up to Diwali and the festive season we all need to watch what we eat.
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