Plums are low in calories (46 calories per 100 g) and contain no saturated fats; however, contain numerous health promoting compounds, minerals and vitamins. Why not make a fruity chutney with added flavours of ginger and fennel seeds. So ditch ketchup and have a healthy dip instead. Continue Reading »
Quinoa has been one of the most popular supergrain for a few years now. This healthy grain is a powerhouse of nutrients. To add quinoa to your diet, we give you a healthy salad recipe. The quinoa, peach and walnut salad will make for a filling yet scrumptious lunch. Continue Reading »
One of the most enjoyable aspects of Raksha Bandhan is the mouthwatering food. Akansha Jhalani, Registered Dietitian and food Blogger, suggests you try this recipe as a special treat for your brothers. Continue Reading »
For most vegetarians, dal is one of the main sources of protein. Besides this, It also provides complex carbohydrates, fibre and folic acid and is a perfect accompaniment to most meals. No Indian meal is complete without a steaming hot bowl of dal. Try making this tasty dal soup recipe with a healthy canola oil, which does not compromise the flavour of the dish. Continue Reading »
Every Mumbaikar cannot live without it. But batata vadas (potato fritters) are high in calories that will add inches around your waist. Try this recipe to make batata vada and cut the calorie intake. Continue Reading »
Shed extra pounds with this easy-to-make Ram Khichdi. The perfect combination of lentils (dal) and rice make this khichdi protein-rich. Mixed veggies add loads of essential nutrients – fibre, vitamins, iron, calcium and zinc. Enjoy this spicy one meal wonder with low-fat curds. Continue Reading »
Whether you want to stay fit or wish to have glowing skin the solution is to include greens in your diet. Spinach or as we say palak or saag in Hindi is not only appealing to the eyes, but also is home to a lot of nutrients. It's low in fat and even lower in cholesterol; spinach is high in niacin and zinc, as well as protein, fibre, vitamins A, C, E and K, thiamin, vitamin B6, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, and manganese. Why not have this easy, quick and healthy spinach stir fry for staying healthy. Continue Reading »
Carrots are a versatile vegetable and is used to prepare this low calorie Gajar Halwain a jiffy to tantalize your taste buds. Enrich this dessert by avoiding khoya and replacing the full fat milk powder with its low fat counterpart. A pinch of cardamom powder further enhances the taste of this appealing halwa. Continue Reading »
Can you eat your cake and watch your health too? The answer is yes! This article features a healthy carrot cake that is filled with substantial amounts of fibre and vitamins. With a healthy mix of cinnamon, nutmeg, honey and jaggery to flavour it this cake will also be a delight to your taste buds. Continue Reading »
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