It is just March, and we are melting already! The time is upon us to wonder how to tackle summer heat and exhaustion. Thinking of the heat itself is draining. Many find different ways to charge up from the tiredness.
In the ocean of reasons this day is celebrated, one thing that still takes a backseat (and the most important one) is their self-health, across all ages. Ignoring health has become a habit of most women.
After years of experimentation, it is now scientifically concluded that butter is good for health. It contains healthy fats and is not the villain for people suffering from diseases caused by excess unhealthy fats in the body.
En route to our fitness, we often adapt to online or nutritionist backed diet plans. Be it a chart you print off the internet or the ones you get tailored to your body type, a cheat meal is a vital part of the fitness diet. With the misconception
One global behaviour in recent times is taking a good look at our health. It became a prime focus on extracting more nutrients from the regular food we eat. Speaking of developing countries like ours, nutritionist Noorain Nayeem
Missing mangoes already? If you love mangoes and ice creams, we present to you Amrakhand, the healthy fusion. This way, you can enjoy mangoes every season in the form of a light dessert. As a thick curd product, this ancient desert is popularly paired with poori.
We are not unfamiliar with shrikhand. The creamy sweetened curd mixed with one of the most expensive spices, saffron, sure completes your meal. This delicacy is said to stem from herdsmen. They used to hang the curd overnight so that it is easier to carry.
A cuppa, irrespective of the weather, is an essential part of our lives. The comfort food we relish in. So many bitter-sweet memories are forged over tea, especially for colleagues. Be a happy celebration or a hope to deal with a bad day, tea is the answer for many.
No dinner plans? Not to worry, all you need is a minute to have tastytikka paneer now with Heritage Foods pre-marinatedTikka Paneer. Marinated in curd with freshly grounded spices (trade secret), the mild flavor of paneer is elevated in every bite.
Ice-creams are the quintessential summertime treat. When we think of the summer, we think of a bar or scoop of cold, delicious ice-cream on a hot day. But we never associate ice-cream with health—we think of ice-cream as a junk food, full of fat and sugar, without much nutritive value. But what if we told you that that’s not true? Ice-cream can be delicious and good for our health too!