The King of fruits
Summer is around the corner and it’s raining mangoes. If you are in a dilemma to have or not then let Priya Chaudhari guide you on some of the benefits of the forbidden fruit, especially for people with Diabetes.
Janvi Chitalia share common foods that help alleviate stress.
Foods can help tame stress in several ways. Comfort foods, like a bowl of warm oatmeal, boost levels of serotonin, a calming brain chemical. Other foods can cut levels of cortisol and adrenaline stress hormones, which take a toll on the body over time.
Healthy diet revolves around less fat, salt and lots of fruits and vegetables leaving whole grains out of the loop. Spandana Birajdar shares with you why whole grains should also be a part of a healthy diet.
All grains start life as whole grains. Normally whole grains are the entire seed of a plant. The seed called the ‘kernel’ consists of three edible parts the bran, germ and endosperm which is protected by an inedible husk that protects the kernel from assaults by sunlight, pests, water and disease.
The power of the humble Cauliflower
Discover the versatility and health advantages of the Cauliflower, the head of the cruciferous vegetable family with Sunila Kelkar
Cauliflower is a humble vegetable which is available throughout India all year round
A gastronomical affair
Chinese food primarily involves noodles and rice tossed with vegetables or meats of your choice with their extra zing of sauces and seasonings. But if you have Diabetes and are worried on what you should be eating, then let Deepti Sharma and
Demystifying dark chocolate
The allure of chocolate
Why do you eat chocolate? If you ask this question the answer you receive may astonish you.
Cooking a meal for diabetics
We Indians are known for our myriad food thus cooking here is considered as an art. Unfortunately diabetics have to restrict their choices. But Dr HB Chandalia and Ms Sonal V Modi share with you few simple, culturally appropriate and smart tips to cater
Mediterranean magic in the Indian kitchen
Registered dietician Shruti Maheshwari, shares the benefits of the Mediterranean diet and gives tips which can be easily incorporated in your kitchen, in an interview with Payal Shah.
Quick meals lead to long lasting health complications!
Nutritionist Tehzeeb Lalani discusses the pitfalls of indulging in ‘ready to eat’ and ‘instant’ foods.
2015 is here and amongst other things, many of you may have resolved to try and
By Shruty Maheshwary
A tasty and nutritious treat.