Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Breathe properly for a glowing skin.

There is a saying that "if you breath properly you will look and feel healthier".while breathing we take in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide.if you don't breathe properly, your body is not getting enough oxygen. As a result,your skin looks dull and loses its vitality,your performance level goes down and you will feel lethargic.
Breathing properly makes your skin glow and support your overall health too.
so apart from eating right and breathing properly is a must to get a glowing skin.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Do not eat when you don't want to !

Do not eat when you don't want to.Eat when you really want to.Eating food to please others is not justified.We all often do it to make someone feel happy by over estimating that the person will feel bad if you say no to the food that he or she offers.We all must remember that foods are just another detail of celebrations.The main purpose of celebration is to spread joy and happiness and get together with your dear and near ones.By eating small portion at parties can also make your day special and you can enjoy the party without any regrets.

Wednesday, 9 November 2016

As there is a slight nip in the air,everyone is looking for something warm and here is an interesting, comforting and low calorie soup recipe.
Lemon Coriander Soup
Lemon is a rich source of vitamin C, which in turn helps build immunity from cold and cough during winters. Relax with a bowl of hot Lemon Coriander Soup in the evening.
Ingredients for 1 serve
25 gm Carrots/5-6 snow peas cut into strips
20 gm beans
25 gm Mushroom
15 gm Fresh coriander
3-4 cloves crushed garlic
Salt to taste
a pinch of black pepper
1 lemon
500 ml Water
A coriander sprig to garnish
1. Cut all the vegetables into triangles, blanch and keep it aside.
2. Prepare coriander stock with fresh coriander,crushed garlic and water.
3. Remove coriander from it and add blanched vegetables to it.
4. Add salt, lemon juice and pepper. Serve hot!

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Reminding you some healthy eating habits this festive season.

As festive season is here, there is lot of eating out and our healthy eating practice goes out of window .
To keep a check on overindulgence, reminding you some healthy habits.
1. Control portion when you eat out.
2. Have enough water.
3. Avoid skipping meals.
4. Keep a tab on alcohol consumption.
5. avoid reusing oil
6. Don’t skip fruits

Thursday, 20 October 2016

Moong and oats cutlet


Yellow moong dal- ½ cup
Oats-1/2 cup
Boiled potato-1 small
Amchoor powder-1 tsp
Onion-1/2 (cut into small pieces
Green chili-1 (chopped)
Chat masala -1 tsp
Red chili powder-1 tsp
Garam masala- ¼ tsp
Haldi powder- ¼ tsp
Ginger garlic paste-1 tsp
Green coriander- 2 tsp
Oil-2 tsp
Salt-acc taste
Method- Boil moong dal in 1 cup water in a cooker. Drain water and make thick paste of dal. Add all other ingredients in it and prepare 6 tikki with this mixture. Bake these tikkis on air fryer.

Serving suggestion-  Serve tikkis with green chutney.
Can Take 2 tikkis with 1 bowl of sauté veg  as a mea

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Tips to detox your body after festive indulgence.

As this month starts with festive seasons and many more to come, we often end up eating sweets and fried foods, breaking our own resolution of fitness and feel guilty for that.

Here are some tips to detox after festive indulgence to get us back on the track of fitness.

1.To detox yourself you can make detox water.For this,add 2 slice cucumber,1 slice ginger,few mint springs to 2 litres drinking water and finish it in 4-5 hrs. Drink this water throughout the day.
You may sip green tea.
You may sip warm water throughout the day.

2.During your detox day keep your Lunch and Dinner light. you may include steamed veg/stir fry veg/soups/smoothies/salads.

Thursday, 29 September 2016

Today is World Healthy Heart Day

here are few suggestion to keep your hear healthier.
1.Stay Active: along with our day to day work we must do some regular walk to keep our heart healthy.
2.Eat Right:Right portion and right quality of food is basic to heart health.Our diet must include food cooked in minimal oil,whole grains and fruits and salad.
3.Be happy:last but not the least is act of being happy can reduce stress and control blood pressure.Spending time with loved ones,developing a positive outlook on life, and laughing heartily are some of the small steps towards healthier heart.