Wellness - Nutrition | 0-18 yrs

10 Heart-healthy Indian Recipes


Your diet plays a vital role in the functioning of your heart. What you eat can impact the way your heart functions.

Heart problems are a great source of concern nowadays. Fortunately, there are some foods that might help.

This ClipBook brings you some delectable recipes made with heart-healthy ingredients.


Jowar And Tomato Chila

Traditionally, chila is a thin pancake made of gram flour, but this nutritious chila uses a healthy combination of jowar, whole wheat and maize flour making it a great source of protein and vitamin A. You could also create your own version by comb...

Lemon Oats Recipe

It is a simple and healthy dish to have with a hint of lemon. This recipe is not only easy to make but great to taste as well. The peanuts and fried grams add extra crunch to the dish. This dish contains the all essential spices including turmeric...

Moong Sprouts And Spring Onion Tikki

These scrumptious Moong Sprouts and Spring Onion Tikkis are made with fibre and iron-rich moong sprouts bound together by oats flour, which contains betaglucan, a unique type of soluble fibre that helps control blood sugar. Spring onion whites and...

Green Beans And Red Potatoes

Green beans have a high content of fibre and are rich in protein. Red potatoes are loaded with fibre, iron, and potassium. The nutrients of these two dishes combine to give a boost to your heart.

Spinach And Green Pea Soup

This pea and spinach soup is packed with green goodness and easy to make. Spinach is good for your healthy cardiovascular system, and magnesium helps lower high blood pressure. Green peas are a good addition to your diet due to their concentration...

Beetroot And Sesame Chapati

Beets contain the B vitamin folate, which helps reduce the risk of birth defects while the natural oils of sesame seeds are connected to a reduction in hypertension, which reduces the strain on your cardiovascular system and helps prevent various ...

Red Beans And Rice With Chicken

This main-dish favourite gets its substance from brown rice, which is filled with heart-healthy vitamins B1 and B6 and is a good source of fibre and niacin. Reduced-sodium chicken broth makes this meal a heart-smart option for dinner.

Grilled Chicken Indian Style

Grilling is a dry cooking method that uses little-added fat. Foods cooked in a grill contain less fat than foods fried in a pan because the fat is able to drip away easily. Grilled foods can be seasoned with herbs that do not impart any added fat ...

Vegetarian Black Bean Soup

This low-fat soup is a winner for people with diabetes or heart disease. Using no-salt-added vegetable broth keeps sodium low, and black beans are a heart-healthy choice with B-complex vitamins, niacin, and folate.

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