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Unraveling the carbohydrate-rich and protein-scarce aspects of indian cuisine

Indian cuisine is celebrated worldwide for its vibrant flavors, aromatic spices, and diverse culinary offerings. However, a closer examination reveals that Indian foods tend to be high in carbohydrates and relatively low in protein content. This unique characteristic is deeply rooted in the historical, cultural, and dietary practices of the Indian subcontinent. In this blog, we will explore five key points that shed light on why Indian foods are abundant in carbs and comparatively deficient in protein.   Vegetarian Predominance: A significant factor contributing to the high carbohydrate and low protein nature of Indian foods is the prominence of vegetarianism...

The crucial role of carbohydrates: 5 reasons why they are important for your health

Carbohydrates often receive a bad reputation in today's health-conscious society. However, it is essential to understand that carbohydrates play a crucial role in maintaining optimal health and well-being. They are one of the three...

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5 reasons why crash diets are a bad idea

Crash diets are all the rave and they've gained popularity because either it promises to yield instant results, or its followed by a favourite actor or sports athlete who swears by the diet. But...

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Tea time dhokla - know your calories

Dhokla - Know your calories

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The classic dum aloo - know your calories

A popular north Indian dish that's slowly but surely growing in popularity across the country is Dum Aloo, and for good reason. Starchy and creamy potatoes cooked in a tangy onion, tomato, and cashew...

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Top 5 healthiest sources of carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are among the essential macronutrients that your body needs to carry out its day-to-day functioning smoothly. But not all carbohydrates are equal, as simple carbohydrates such as sugar, refined flour, etc are known...

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Flavour-packed dal makhani - know your calories

A popular dish in the Northern parts of the country and one that has gained a lot of popularity all over is the iconic Punjabi dish known as Dal makhani. A mixture of various...

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