Home Made Diet
Good nutrition can also reduce the likelihood of developing other health problems, including obesity, heart disease, diabetes and some types of cancer. … For young children, a healthy and balanced diet is essential for growth and development. For older people, it can help to ensure healthier and more active lives. Healthy food doesn’t have to be dull and neither does it have to be complex. And to prove this to you, we’ve got a wide range of surprisingly delicious tips and wholesome recipes.
A bowl of healthy jowar medley is not only healthy but is also a tasty option to include in your meal. Jowar being a rich source of protein, calcium and and fiber makes for a nourishing full meal. When combined with baby corn and zucchini it enhances the nutritious value. It is bright, it's inviting and it's bang on.
Avocado toast is all the rage, but adding a poached egg takes it to a new level and completes the trifecta of nutrition: protein, fats, and carbs. Parmesan cheese and fresh herbs sprinkled on top make it look and taste fancy.
This is by far our most favourite recipe. A gorgeous tikki made with amaranth, fresh vegetables and what's even better is that they're gluten free. Amaranth, besides being a powerhouse of nutrients like fiber and proteins, it is incredibly versatile.
Try the protein cookies, made easy and mouth watering with the goodness of ragi. Add your favourite flavor and watch these baked goodies disappear in no time. Ginger and green cardamom adds up to flavour.
We've got another great surprise for out calorie-conscious friends. Oats idli - Take some roasted oats, grated carrots, chopped chillies, coriander and steam this batter to get feather-light scrumptious idlis. Ideal for those who are calorie conscious. Oats being rich in minerals, vitamins and proteins gives this dish a high nutritive value without compromising on the delicious taste.
Fabulous as it is, quinoa takes some time to cook. While some people have said it can be nuked, that takes more than 10 minutes in most microwaves. But quinoa flakes, which are similar to oats but are a complete protein, can be ready in a flash. Cook them in your preferred milk with dried berries, and then top away with nuts, nut butter, seeds, and fresh fruit.