by Dilip Roy
April 18th, 2018
Lassi Health Benefits

Lassi is made with yogurt which is prepared in the traditional way and also chilled with ice cubes while being churned.
This blog will let you know top 10 health benefits of drinking lassi. Anybody can enjoy a glass of lassi, including those with diabetes. It is just that they need to substitute sugar with stevia. Sweet lassi is also not advisable for person with cough or cold or phlegmatic temperament. Otherwise, it is best to consume every day. It will only add up to your health benefits in the long run with no side effects.

by Mukesh Kumar
February 12th, 2018
Ghee Health Benefits

A staple in traditional Indian cooking & Ayurvedic world, ghee is made through a straightforward procedure of bubbling butter and after that pouring off the butterfat, taking out the proteins (casein and whey) and the drain solids (which incorporates lactose). What's left is otherwise called clarified butter.

by Dr. Naresh Trahan
January 08th, 2018

This blog not only focuses on importance of warm water but it is also about Heart Attack.
Do you know ? People from China & Japan usually drink hot tea after lunch and dinner and not cold water.

by Mukesh Kumar
December 26th, 2017

We usually hear of bitter gourd and diabetes together. Bitter gourd cures diabetes. However, aside from that, the Bitter melon is an extremely misjudged vegetable. Aside from controlling glucose level, there are numerous other medical advantages of bitter gourd. So you require not have bitter melon like a solution just on the off chance that you are diabetic.

by Mukesh Kumar
December 20th, 2017

Merriment & cheer is around the corner, and excitement of new beginnings is in the air. We're certain you're longing for all the delectable treats you and your family can appreciate together. Obviously, wonderful fresh homemade aromatic, decorated cakes not just offer an enticing treat to share at occasions & parties, in addition make phenomenal presents for neighbors, family and companions with a sweet tooth.

One cannot imagine chaat without chatpati Imli chatni. Here’s few things about Imli, which is great not only for our palates, it helps rejuvenates our skin and hair as well.
Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) is a leguminous tree in the family Fabaceae, indigenous to tropical Africa.

by Samarth Singh Chauhan | August 25th, 2017

Wheat is a grass widely cultivated for its seed. It is a cereal grain that has gradually become the worldwide staple food. There are many species of wheat which together make up the genus Triticum; the most widely grown is common wheat.

by Dr. Yamuna Prasad | August 05th, 2017

Chana Dal also known as the Split Bengal Gram is closely related to the chickpea family. It is yellow lentil, rounded on one side and flat on the other. Bengal gram is one of the earliest cultivated variety of legumes. In Indian cuisine, it is popularly known as Chana Dal. Chana Dal is baby chickpeas that has been split and polished. It looks and tastes like small kernels of sweet corn, and is one of the most popular ingredients of Indian cuisine. India is one of the leading cultivator of Bengal gram.

by Garima Singal | August 03th, 2017

They look same and are commonly used as rising agents. Often people use these in exchange of each other missing out the difference between the two.

by Dr. Yamuna Prasad | August 03th, 2017

On Kapil Sharma Show, Jackie Chan was asked secret behind his health, he said “Kidney bean soup”. Jackie Chan has sustained multiple injuries in his career of Martial Arts and always revived fast and wonderfully. If he says KIDNEY BEAN is the secret, then would highly recommend it.

Rajma (Hindi: राजमा) or Rāzmā is a popular South Asian vegetarian dish, Red in color, in the shape of a kidney, hence the name Kidney beans. It is cooked in thick gravy with a number of Indian whole spices and usually served with rice. Although the kidney bean is not of South Asian origin, it is a part of regular diet and has become a staple food in Northern India and Nepal.

by Dr. Yamuna Prasad | July 25th, 2017

How many times are you concerned about what food products are made up off? It is very difficult to find detailed information about each and every grocery food product at a single source / website/app. Especially now-a-days, when time is precious commodity and choices of products is ever increasing. One does not have the time to visit a store, let alone ponder & read details as well as instructions mentioned on each and every product before purchasing.

by Dr. Yamuna Prasad | May 23th, 2017

If you have not started taking honey, start just now. Try honey and take full advantages of its nutritional and medicinal properties as it is bee-nectar which has a lot of healing agents. Its benefits are science based and doctors are recommending it to their needy patients. Its healing properties have been documented by Romans, Greeks and Egyptians in 384 BC.