Not only is soya high in protein content, it also has vitamins, minerals and insoluble fibre. Grab your dose of nutrients with this healthy recipe - Soya Uttappams
Laddos are every Indian's favourite, but when you are planning to shed pounds you need to skip these sweet delights. Here's help! We share a healthy yet delicious Laddo recipe just for you - #Recipe4: Ragi Coconut Laddo
Takeaway: Ragi contains an amino acid called Tryptophan which keeps your appetite in check.
Make way for healthy #Recipe5: Steamed Palak Vada with the goodness of atta, besan, suji and spinach. And guess what? They are not fried, they are steamed!
Why besan is good for you -
a. Helps lower the your GI levels (Glycemic Index)
b. Has a very high protein content
c. Is gluten free
d. High in nutritive values
Enjoy street food, the guilt free way! This otherwise deep fried goodie have taken a healthy turn - #Recipe6: Baked Kachori
Made from urad daal, this recipe is every fitness fanatics delight! Did you know if you include more pulses in your diet it may lower your risk of cardiovascular diseases?
Being low in calories and high in proteins eating fish is the best and delicious way to get the long strands of polyunsaturated essential - Omega-3 fatty acids. Our body cannot produce Omega-3s naturally, yet these are needed for healthy body functions.
Here's how you can grab your dose - #Recipe7: Fish Curry