Indian cooking is characterized by the use of a variety of spices and herbs. People often refer to Indian food as "spicy". This does not mean Indian food is hot (though sometimes it can be). It means Indian food is flavourful.
It’s kind of a myth that summer means more exercise and healthier food choices for everyone. One eye-opening study found that kids gain weight three times faster over summer than they do the rest of the school year, thanks to a steady diet of junk...
Ayurveda: Best Indian Herbs for Healthy Living Turmeric: This herb needs no introduction; it is used in most Indian dishes. The root and the leaves have medicinal properties, it is especially known for its anti-bacterial properties.
Herbs and spices can transform dull, bland food into a delicious dish, but many also come with some unexpected health benefits. Beyond adding complex flavour to a variety of ingredients, many herbs and spices pack a plethora of health perks.
The new year is here and most people have ‘lose weight’ on their resolution list. While everyone can lose weight if they follow some simple rules well, they need to commit to eating healthy and getting enough exercise regularly.