'Amla' (Anwla, Awla) or the Indian Gooseberry in English, is an Indian herb that's popularly regarded as the "Mother of all herbs" in Ayurveda. One of the best available sources of Vitamin C to mankind, Amla has 20 times the Vitamin C content of grapefruit and 15 times that of lemon!!Add a comment
Winters!!!! Wear clothes in layers and clothes and more clothes all the time to keep us warm and well..... What do you think? Is that enough?Add a comment
"Spicy" sumptuous, mouth-watering Indian Food is a rage the world over, but you would be glad to know that if the traditional Indian spices are made use in an appropriate way, they can add magic to your life!!!Add a comment
Hing (Ferula foetida) or Heeng or Asafoetida is a "wonder-spice" famous in India for its wonderful medicinal and culinary uses. This pungent spice makes our food taste spicy and tangy, and also, keeps us healthy, fit and fine! Medically, it is a sedative, expectorant and laxative and a very useful remedy for relieving spasms and ingestion, nervous disorders, cholera, whooping cough and lots of gynaecological problems. It is a stimulant for respiratory and nervous system and very effective in pneumonia and bronchitis in children.Add a comment
Somebody classically remarked- "There's no bad food, may be you a having a bad diet...!!!"
Today I wish to share my idea of a perfect well-balanced and nutritious diet and that too, full of variety and options. But first, it's imperative to understand the difference between Food and Diet- often, the most misunderstood terms when it comes to the topic of health and nutrition.·Food is what you "eat"- and what you "eat" nutritious is what comprises your diet!Add a comment