It’s quite ok to have a date, whatever your age! Isn't it? Yes, dates keep one quite healthy and happy and one should try to include them in the diet. Confused? We are referring to dates also known as khajur in Hindi. 🙂 This being Ramadan month, dates is one of the most popular foods … Continue reading How about a Date?
Vitamin D has come to the forefront in 2020 as it's suggested to be helpful in the treatment of Covid19 and was found to be good to increase immunity. But this sunshine vitamin is an essential ingredient to keep the human body in good spirits. The prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency is reported worldwide, both … Continue reading VITAMIN D
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Quinoa pronounced as kinuwa has recently been acknowledged as "superfood". Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) is a pseudocereal, as this grain isn’t from grasses like wheat and rice. Quinoa is the seed of Chenopodium quinoa and is closely related to bathua which is Chenopodium album (goosefoot).These gluten free seeds are rich in proteins, vitamin B, dietary minerals and fibers. … Continue reading Quinoa – The Superfood
Mangodi is made from moong (petite yellow) lentil. Usually dhuli moong daal (yellow lentil) is used, but I prefer moong chilka daal ( green lentil) as it has more fibers. I like this vegetable as it's healthy and tasty. Being made from lentils, its full of proteins and since its not made as routine lentils. … Continue reading THE LENTIL CURRY – “MANGODI”