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Have we ever spared a thought about why ‘haldi’ or Turmeric is an integral part of our Indian cooking? Click to knowhttp://dietcarenutrition.com/turmeric-the-powerhouse-of-he…/
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It is important that on a daily basis we make intelligent food choices. This would go a long way in helping one lose weight too.
Here, we have highlighted some common food options that we tend to consume regularly (alongwith their approx. calorific value). Next to them, we have provided alternative food options which for the same amount of consumption not only provide lesser calories but also are nutritionally richer.
So, why not all of you make the change in your food intake for a week and feel the difference. Do write your experience to us.
#DCN #dietcarenutrition #eatwellbefit #ruchigoyal #intelligenteating #healthyfoods #nutrition
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Were you aware that Methi seeds can also be sprouted! Indeed, methi is a medicinal herb and its benefits increase when they are sprouted.
Benefits of Methi or Fenugreek
• It is not only a rich source of vitamins and minerals but also of Iron (1 tbsp gives approx. 3.7 mg of iron). It also helps control diabetes and improve digestion.
• Does wonders for arthritis patients.
• Excellent for skin and hair health.
• Especially beneficial for people who do workout, as it helps to reduce inflammation and soreness.
• It has been long prescribed by grandmothers for lactating mothers as it helps induce and improve milk secretion.

DCN Tip
When methi seeds are taken in dry form either as whole or as a powder, they can lead to bloating or flatulence (feeling of gas in the stomach). It is therefore recommended to take them after soaking or sprouting.

What Should be the dosage?
DCN recommends having 4-5 tbsp of sprouted methi seeds for a month. It would lead to a change in the heart, skin, hair health and sugar profile.

#DCN #dietcarenutrition #eatwellbefit #ruchigoyal #methi #fenugreek #sprouts #sproutedmethi #sproutedFenugreek #diabetes #arthritis #inflammation
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Though jaggery or gur has the same calorific value as refined sugar it is far richer in various minerals that are lost during the refining process. It is loaded with antioxidants, has high iron and vitamin C content and is also a storehouse of phosphorous, magnesium, zinc, potassium etc. In winters, it provides warmth to the body, helps boost the immune system and is beneficial for throat issues. I add it to my daily cuppa of hot tea! Why not you?

#DCN #dietcarenutrition #ruchigoyal #eatwellbefit #gur #jaggery #winterfood
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I know, it is that time of the year when we are all ready to make a New Year Resolution! And can also bet that for a lot of you, it could be one of the most cliched 'Lose weight' resolution! If that is true, I would suggest all of you to please look at things with a different perspective and read the article that emphasizes on adopting a more holistic approach to health, that is through a fitter body.

Do share with your family and friends, as it might be useful for them too.

#DCN #ruchigoyal #tribune #eatwellbefit #newyearresolution #newyear2018 #healthybody #dietcarenutrition
https://dietcarenutrition.com/go-for-a-fitter-me-resolution-the-tribune-article/
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Wishing everyone a Very Happy New Year 2018.
For DietCareNutrition, 2017 had been a momentous year with our new, revamped website as well as opening of our Mumbai office. We also ventured into the health food segment which has been a great success. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our patrons for their support.

We need your encouragement and support and look forward to a long lasting and fruitful relationship in the year 2018 too.

#DCN #dietcarenutrition #eatwellbefit #ruchigoyal #newyear2018
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DCN recommends steel cut oats as the most fiber rich and healthy option amongst all the varieties of oats available in the market. Ready to eat varieties of packaged oats should be avoided at all costs as they are high on sugar, salt, preservatives and other chemicals.

Also the oat flour that is being marketed as an alternative to wheat flour is not a good option as it is high on carbohydrates and low on fiber when compared to other flours or oat variants. It should be specially avoided by diabetics as it leads to sudden spike in sugar levels.

Read the article below to understand the health benefits of oats.
https://dietcarenutrition.com/oats-too-good-to-be-true/

#DCN #dietcarenutrition #ruchigoyal #eatwellbefit #oats #steelcutoats #healthybreakfast #healthyfoods
Oats-Too Good to be True
Oats-Too Good to be True
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There is a deluge of fresh peas in the market so why not make the most of it!

Peas are a good source of protein. So, if vegetarians feel deprived of proteins because of not consuming eggs and meat, we suggest they start adding peas to their diet. They are nutritionally a bouquet of major vitamins and minerals besides keeping us full for longer period.

Cook and serve in different versions that are interesting for the children. One option could be to make a vegetable out of peas and use as a filling for kathi rolls. Add cheese (small quantities) and green chutney and see the rolls disappear.

The cheese added will upgrade the quality of vitamin B-complex in the roll and make the meal complete.

One can even saute the peas as a healthy snack. Let’s get innovative!

#DCN #diercarenutrition #ruchigoyal #eatwellbefit #peas #proteins #healthyfoods #winterfoods #kathirolls

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Use kuttu as an alternative to wheat or rice at least once a week in the main course, preferably in the afternoons.

Keep the serving size similar to that of wheat, 30-40 gm per meal only. (Approx. 3 tbs of flour).

Also, to balance it’s warm potency, knead the flour with milk to make chapattis and mix with curd to make the chilla batter.
#DCN #ruchigoyal #eatwellbefit #kuttu #buckwheat
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Use kuttu as an alternative to wheat or rice at least once a week in the main course, preferably in the afternoons.

Keep the serving size similar to that of wheat, 30-40 gm per meal only. (Approx. 3 tbs of flour).

Also, to balance it’s warm potency, knead the flour with milk to make chapattis and mix with curd to make the chilla batter.

#DCN #ruchigoyal #eatwellbefit #kuttu #buckwheat
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