India is a land of numerous language, cultures, and flavors. Our varied and mixed cultures are marked with innumerable festivals. Each festival, in turn, is associated with delightful cuisines and dishes. These traditional flavors not only make this festive season special but also bring us together. And isn’t that what festivals are really about.
According to latest food research, gluten-rich food can cause celiac diseases and damage the intestinal walls causing a deficiency in necessary nutrients. It might also cause anemia and other digestive disorders. With enough negatives to gluten, people are switching to glutenfree food. You might wonder, “Does it taste good?” The answer is “YES.” Desi Atta Company brings to you nine gluten-free recipes:
Health is the greatest of all wealth. In our oh-so-hectic life, the least what we care for is our health. Thanks to this ignorance, most of us are falling prey to obesity, diabetes and other lifestyle diseases. No time to exercise, wrong eating patterns, and unhealthy eating leads to a lack of nutrition and immunity. While some manage to hit the gym and follow a diet-chart, most don’t get along well with it. Here are a few quick-fix nutritious dishes that can be made in just a matter of a few minutes.
Including Whole Grains into our diet is considered to be a healthy choice unless one is gluten intolerant or suffers from any kind of Celiac disease.
Thanks to technology that keeps us glued to our chairs in front of a computer that a lot of health hazards and obesity have become a part of our daily life. While many are hitting the gym and getting the desired results, there are others who are struggling to lose weight and lead a healthy life. In an attempt to stay healthy and fit while losing the extra kilos at the same time people are switching to healthier options of food over their regular food preferences in order to stay healthy while they are shedding those extra fat.
India is the homeland of several religions, where all the people, irrespective of their religion or caste, celebrate all the festivals with equal joy and devotion. Mahashivratri is one such festival where the people (mostly Hindu women) fast the whole day and pour water on the deity’s statue (also known as the Shivling) to appease the God of Destruction, Shiva. At the end of the festival, people break their fast by eating the bhog. At this note, the Desi Atta Company brings to you 7 recipes to break your fast during Mahashivratri which are very easy to make and good for health.