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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...


Old-fashioned butter vs healthier butter spreads. what’s healthier?

At HYP, we do not shy away from speaking on and covering controversial topics, and one such discussion surrounds low-calorie/fat butter that promises to be a healthier alternative to regular butter. These so-called butter...

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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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How important is a nutritious breakfast to maintaining good health

It is said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and doctors and nutritionists from across the globe speak of having a nutritious meal upon waking up. The importance of having...

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Top 5 seeds you should eat regularly

Seeds are considered by many as nature's superfood and for good reason, as they come packed with antioxidants, fiber, protein, minerals, heart-healthy fats, and a lot more. If you're confused about which seeds you...

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