Superfoods are just a marketing term. If you’re thinking of making an impact on your health, go for functional foods like oatmeal and quinoa.
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!
Quinoa: that staple Peruvian grain that’s become a favourite of the world’s elite? Yes, the very same. But grown in India (so there’s no need to worry about depriving Pablo of his daily bread) and served in a familiar dosa form that’ll make it easy to sneak this high-protein grain into the plates of all the fussy eaters in your family. Watch Grow Fit’s Hashi Kushalappa explain how to make quinoa a part of your breakfast.
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When it comes to losing weight, forgoing a meal or two feels like the fastest way to get started. And yet, we’ve been told time and again that this is a bad idea. A study conducted by Ohio State University last year concluded that skipping meals to cut down on calories could induce insulin and glucose fluctuations in the body that have the opposite of the desired effect.
Almost a decade ago, the World Health Organisation had sounded a warning on the increasing rate of urban mortality in India. It was estimated that by 2020, almost 65% of urban deaths will be due to “lifestyle diseases” such as diabetes, obesity, stroke, cancer and depression, among so many others.