Superfoods are nutrient dense foods that help the body to perform optimally. Food serves as information and has medicinal properties that help the body heal itself. Let’s have a look at a list of superfoods that are easily available in our Indian kitchens and markets.
A strong immune system helps the body fight flu, bacteria, as well as disease-causing viruses. People with compromised immunity are more prone to falling sick and their symptoms for any disease are more severe as compared to others.
What is Indian food without its spices? We use a mind-boggling variety of spices in the country, each region having a few favourites depending on what is locally grown. Spices are used in different forms - whole, powdered, freshly ground spice pastes along with fresh ingredients like ginger, garlic, coconut etc. or as spice blends.
Having healthy eyes and a good eyesight is very vital for your overall health and well-being. Incorporating a wholesome diet, comprising of lots of proteins, fruits, and vegetables along with certain ‘eye-friendly’ foods ensures that you get the correct nutrients for optimal eye health.
In our fast-paced world, sleep deprivation is more prevalent than ever before, and this lack can have profound effects on our health. It is thus necessary to actively ensure that we’re getting in enough shut-eye.
Shortness of breath and the sensation of not being able to get enough air can be a very frightening. Dyspnea (the medical terminology) manifests as gasping, difficulty breathing, a tightening in the chest and a feeling of suffocation.
Food is fuel which is essential for managing energy and mood - and both of these factors drastically influence concentration, attention span and focus. Food influences mood, concentration, mental clarity, memory, and recall ability. If you are concerned about concentration levels of your kids during exam time, the foremost thing that you need to do is to modify their diets.
It has happened to the best of us! You've done your grocery shopping and as you store your new purchases in the refrigerator, you notice leftover purchases such as perished vegetables and fruits, which you have to throw away. The guilt of wasting food follows. With a little bit of planning, this situation can be avoided.
One pot recipes provide you with a wholesome, nutrition-packed hearty meal that significantly reduces your cooking time; let alone the cleaning up afterwards! All you’ve to do is throw in your ingredients in pan, no elaborate steps involved, and enjoy a scrumptious meal that’s brimming over with health benefits!
When potential clients call me, they usually start with – ‘I am pretty healthy, I eat all home food and don’t have much desserts, so I don’t know why I feel bloated and have water retention’. This is just one example of many such statements. There is a fundamental mindset issue here of what well-being means.