Pocket-friendly healthy treats.
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Eat it or drink it, it will power you up.
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These scrumptious vegetarian sandwiches (all eggless) will definitely make your life easier in the summer months. I'd recommend serving them with a bowl of salad and a glass of fresh watermelon juice to make the perfect cooling meal for this weather.
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Oats are packed with dietary fibre -- they contain more fibre than any other grain -- and contain vitamins of the B-family like B-1, riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, vitamin B-6 and folate. These vitamins play a vital role in metabolising carbohydrates, proteins, fats and nucleic acids from your food.
If most international diet guidelines leave you scratching your head and wondering where your dal, roti, sabzi and mithai fit in, use this guide to ensure that you're filling your plate with the best possible foods.
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Spinach or "palak" in Hindi is Indian a nutrient-rich leafy green vegetable that is high in antioxidants, vitamins and folic acid, and we could all do with some more of it in our diet. In fact, recent research shows that spinach can prevent cancer and keep your mind young and agile. It can help prevent diabetes too. It doesn't hurt that this versatile vegetable tastes great too.
Here are five delicious palak recipes that are easy to prepare, and are also suitable for diabetics and children.
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Follow these simple lifestyle tips for your body and mind. Not only will your immune system and weight benefit, you will also feel calmer and less stressed.
When it comes to healthy eating today, kale, blueberries, acai berries and quinoa are the metaphorical jocks, the nutritional trendsetters. The conventional Indian superfoods (aka the geeks) lie low. How many of pay any real heed to the humble drumstick, those little puffy makhana (lotus seeds) or even infamously pungent jackfruit? However, these local victuals pack quite the potent punch when incorporated into your diet.
While the idea of a complete overhaul to our health can be daunting, we can take comfort in the fact that it's the small tweaks that add up to staggering long-term results.