A salad can be many things to a meal - a stimulating first course, a fresh and crisp accompaniment to a main dish, or the centerpiece of the meal itself. The key to great salads is - use only the fresh ingredients, and chop everything into bite-sized portions for easy eating.
Ragi Sprouts is perfect snack for breakfast as it has low calories & rich source of vitamins & minerals. Ragi Sprouts would be a healthier alternative to over-the-counter supplements, especially for people who might be at risk of osteoporosis or low hemoglobin levels.Continue Reading
Due to their richness in dietary fibre and low calorie content, sprouts offer a substantial help in your weight loss goals. Vitamin, such as A, B, C and E, and essential fatty acid nutrients increase in sprouting and minerals bind to protein, making them more easily absorbed.Continue Reading
It’s great on its own, or as an accompaniment to Thai main dishes. Thai-inspired mango salad designed to be a delicious light meal on a hot summer’s day. It has a pleasing range of textures: the softness of the mango contrasting the crunch from the peppers, lettuce and nuts.Continue Reading
The calcium in spinach can help strengthen your bones to fight against injury, and vitamins A and C, fiber, folic acid, and other nutrients fight against colon and breast cancers. Spinach also helps to lower damaging protein levels in the blood and can protect against high blood pressure and heart disease.Continue Reading
Black chickpeas contain a unique combination of antioxidants, anthocyanins, delphindin, cyanidin and petunidin as well as phytonutrients and ALA that maintain the health of blood vessels and prevent oxidative stress, thereby reducing the risk of heart disease. Black chickpeas contain considerable amounts of folate and magnesium.
You can use sprouted black chickpeas too.Continue Reading
Carrots are crunchy, tasty and highly nutritious. Carrots are a particularly good source of beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K, potassium and antioxidants. They are a weight loss friendly food and have been linked to lower cholesterol levels and improved eye health.Continue Reading
Enjoy cucumbers in your salads. All that water in cucumber acts as a virtual broom, sweeping waste products out of your system. With regular use, cucumber is known to dissolve kidney stones. So, this summer, munch on the cool cucumber, which is 96 percent water..it will keep you refreshed. Enjoy it burger, sandwiches, pasta as a side dish.Continue Reading
Fruits are an important part of a healthy diet as they give ample energy without adding any unnecessary calories.When you eat fruits, your supply of energy increases in no time; this is one of the prime benefits of fruits that we can utilize in our busy schedules.Continue Reading
Mango is a low-calorie fruit that is high in fibre, and is a great source of vitamins A and C. It also contains folate, B6, iron and a little calcium, zinc and vitamin E. Mangoes are a good source of antioxidants, containing certain phytochemicals such as gallotannins and mangiferin which have been studied for their health benefits.Continue Reading
You want to eat those nutritious sprouts, loaded with proteins, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, but you find them so dry to eat, solution for this is to make "Sprouts Curry". It’s also perfectly customizable, meaning you can add with any type of gravy (curd/tomato) seasoning/spices you want.Continue Reading
Potatoes are primarily made of carbohydrates and contain protein and are low on fats. When they team up with foods like cheese, butter or cream, it makes them an ideal diet for malnourished people who want to put on weight. The vitamin content includes vitamin C and B-complex, which also help in proper absorption of carbohydrates.Continue Reading
Sabudana Bhel, A Tasty Healthy Fasting Snack is a perfect snack to enjoy at the tea time. You can fry sago a day earlier & store in an airtight container. Just mix fried sago, vrat salt, pepper, chopped tomato/potato/pomegranate seeds & lemon juice to enjoy this yummy bhel.Continue Reading
Cucumbers consist of 95% water and this makes them an ideal hydrating and cooling food. Cucumbers have anti-inflammatory flavonol called fisetin that appears to play an important role in looking after your brain health. There are polyphenols called lignans in cucumbers that may help to reduce the risks of breast, uterine, ovarian and prostate cancers.Continue Reading
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