Boil almost 2 cups of water and add half teaspoon of powder to it. Let it boil for 10 minutes and strain it while serving to prepare a healthy kadha quickly. Octavius Kadha powder This turmeric kadha powder by Octavius is another good option for you if you are comfortable in having turmeric drinks. It contains immunity-boosting spices like dry ginger, turmeric, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, black pepper, cumin seeds. This kadha can help you get rid of cold, cough and more infections easily. … [Read more...] about Kadha mix: Immunity-boosting and healthy blend of essential herbs
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Since these oats do not have any added salt or sugar, you can use them for cooking as per your flavour preferences. Kellogg's Oats Kellogg’s is not just a popular brand for corn flakes but has plenty of healthy breakfast options to offer. These whole grain oats are naturally cholesterol-free and do not contain any harmful preservatives to let you enjoy the goodness of nutrients in your bowl of breakfast without worrying too much. … [Read more...] about Oats: Delicious & healthy options that can be quickly cooked with milk
Monsoon season brings respite from the scathing summer heat but is also accompanied by food and water-borne diseases. Typhoid, cholera, and flu are some of the common health concerns in this season. But what makes the season more complex is the unhealthy cravings it brings along, which compromises our immune health. As per Ayurveda, the change in season also leads to the change in the energy of our body. This change makes your digestive and immune system weak. To keep yourself healthy in this season, one must include nutrient-rich food in their diet. We talked to Dr Deepa Apte, an Ayurvedic doctor to know more about the kind of food one should eat in monsoon to stay healthy and fit. Immunity boosting chutney Dr Deepa says that it is important to strengthen your immune health in this season. A healthy immune system will protect you from illnesses and support your digestive health. She recommends eating a special ginger and honey chutney for boosting immunity. Ingredients: 2 inch … [Read more...] about An Ayurvedic doctor shares tips to stay healthy during monsoon
"Another good way of avoiding sweets during the festivities is replacing conventional sweet dishes with fresh fruit or berries like mulberries. I personally make sure I keep a plate of mulberries, as the dessert course because they are a healthier choice. Consuming berries or fruits after a meal will satiate your sugar craving without adding many unwanted calories," said the mother of one. … [Read more...] about Soha Ali Khan Has Healthy Feast Ideas for Festival Season
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