Baked gluten-free goodies are all in rage these days. Try making some egg-less gluten-free date and walnut squares with no white sugar, baking powder or soda. The perfect healthy dessert!
Do you find it hard to try and eat healthy, while denying yourself your favourite foods? With the 80/20 rule, we can all indulge a little and still stay healthy!
Wholly natural and organic, the ancient grain low carb flour is made with heirloom grains like quinoa and amaranth. Let’s check out a recipe to whip up some delicious pancakes using this flour!
A delicious low-carb breakfast recipe, this omelette is packed with protein, fibre, and healthy fats.
A blend of coffee and healthy fats, this drink makes a perfect meal replacement for someone on a low carb or keto diet. The rush of healthy fats promotes better mental clarity and energy levels.
A delicious winter recipe made with Grow Fit’s Ultra Low Carb Flour. Makes an ideal pairing with raita or a beetroot chutney.
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!
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…
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