Eating rice is not bad

Children's day- 10 ways to make your child a happy eater

If you are a fan of eating rice in your daily diet but hear someone at the back yelling ” Please…don’t”. Then this article is for you and do share it with person who told you this.

Rice is one of the oldest cereal eaten by people since 2500 BC* and the second largest staple food only after wheat.

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10 ways to make your child a happy eater

Children's day- 10 ways to make your child a happy eater

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Is your child a happy eater or an unhappy eater? Picky eaters are not born, they are made. This can make eating as an unhealthy and unhappy as a process When the issue is not address in the formative years of 2-12 years of a kid’s life,it may lead to many issues including obesity,attention disorders and depression eating disorders when kids grow up into teen. During one of my nutrition lectures I had asked a class of students ”Do your mother let you eat whatever she cooks at home?”And pat came a reply from a girl “Let us?”she roared “ she makes us eat!”. Continue reading

Immunity Boosting Foods

Immunity Boosting Foods

Looking to fight off the infections spreading around in the office or your kids’ school? Well, then, take the first step to boost your family’s immunity by first stopping by at your grocery store! Your diet plays a major part in strengthening your immune system and feeding your body the right foods is where it all begins.

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Healthy Food Tips for Diwali

Healthy Food Tips for Diwali
Diwali is indeed a season full of joy, happiness and festivities. Don’t spoil with guilt and fear of tasting amazing varieties of food .Festivals are meant to break the monotony of our lives. Indian food wisdom has never promoted bad health .Our food culture is infused with brilliant food ideas that allows us to indulge in these goodies without affecting our basic health. Rather,it is the drastic life style and food style changes that has brought us to think that such festive snacking leads to health issues.
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Ginger Coffee

Ginger Coffee

There is a reason why our ancestors in India lived long, healthy lives. The secret to their health was that they used medicines as part of their everyday food. The ginger coffee is one such beverage and is traditional to southern India. Traditionally known as Sukku Kappi or Chukku Kappi, this herbal decoction is taken hot to cure a number of ailments as well as to soothe the mind and stomach after a long day. It’s also great on a cold wet morning to add a nice warm glow to the insides!

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Skincare with Sandalwood

Skincare with Sandalwood

History of sandalwood:
The sandalwood tree, its paste and oil, is considerd to be a very sacred tree and is known as the sage and other ordinary trees are like ignorant men in front of it. Popularly known as chandan, sandalwood, Has an extraordinary fragrance and is commonly used in making incense and in religious ceremonies. The paste is smeared on the foreheads of worshipers of vishnu and shiva, which is meant to protect the AGNA CHAKRA present between the eyebrows.

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