Thinking of going on a juice fast for a few days to drop a couple of kilos for the party season? You might want to read this first!
Looking for a healthy yet delicious cake to serve your loved ones this Christmas? This delicious carrot cake is made from our Ancient Grain Low Carb Flour, so your festivities are about to get a lot healthier!
If you’ve been looking to lose weight through your diet, you’ve probably looked up ‘Intermittent Fasting’. So what’s it all about?
Has your low carb or keto diet got you craving the soulful comfort of a bowl of khichdi? Then do we have good news for you! Grow Fit’s Head Chef Abhishek has created a delicious keto-friendly khichdi recipe. Wholesome, healthy, and super low-carb — what more could you ask for?
For everyone who craves khichdi, but dreads the carb spikes and slumps, you’re going to love this. Grow Fit’s Head Chef Abhishek has designed a special slow carb khichdi recipe, that will give you all the love of this favourite comfort food, without the blood sugar spikes. Great for diabetics! Print Slow Carb Khichdi This delicious version of khichdi contains slow carbs, which give you sustained energy without the blood sugar spikes. Great for diabetics! Course Main Course Cuisine Indian…
The humble khichdi, considered by many a food that you only resort to when sick, has now been placed upon a pedestal and given the respect it truly deserves. But what’s all the fuss about?
Diabetes is a real evil, and India is seeing a massive spike in the number of cases diagnosed each year. The prescription to those already suffering from it, as well as to those trying to avoid it, is largely the same — avoid sugar. But is it really as simple as it sounds?
If you’ve been following Grow Fit for a while, you’ll know that the prized stallion of our stables is our Lean Machine diet. Here’s how it works!
Now that Diwali has come and gone, and all the mithai has been polished off, it’s time to get your body back on track. Here are a few easy tips to help you reduce belly bloating and look fitter.
We’ve been taught that a plant-based diet provides us with all the protein we need. Why then, are 9 out of 10 Indian protein deficient? We debunk a few myths, and offer a solution!