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Monday 20 July 2020


Ever wondered 💭 sauces or dips can turn your healthy dish or recipe into an unhealthy choice.

Well, it does!

The good news is,

Please find below the recipe for mouthwatering healthy White Sauce. It is not only low in calories but also helps you boost your nutrient level.

📌 3 Simple steps.
📌 Quick and easy. The whole preparation takes a maximum of 10 minutes.
📌 It's ingredients that are easily available in our kitchen.
📌 Can be included by people with Obesity, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes Mellitus, Fatty Liver, Thyroid Disorder.
📌 Portion control is the key!

Recipe for Healthy White Sauce

Enjoy your yummy White Sauce as

👩‍🍳 DIP with carrot, cucumber sticks 🥕🥒 or baked nachos
👨‍🍳 DRESSING for vegetable salad
👩‍🍳 SAUCE for whole wheat pasta or baked vegetables 🥙 or wrap 🌯
👨‍🍳 OR simply ADD VEGETABLES like capsicum, boiled veggies like cauliflower, french beans, sweet corn and green peas to this white sauce 🥣

✴️ People with Gluten Intolerance or Celiac Disease, please use arrowroot flour instead of wheat flour.
✴️ Prefer home-made white sauce over packaged ones to avoid high consumption of fat, sodium & preservatives.

                                                    Stay Healthy, Stay Happy!

Wednesday 15 July 2020

Our Eating Defines Us!

A lot of us consider nutrition or take nutrition guidance only when we fall sick or want to lose weight or get medical conditions like High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol levels, Diabetes Mellitus. After this, we blindly start concentrating on only one food or one nutrient to boost immunity or manage weight or any medical conditions.

Please understand, for good health outcomes, nothing can bring results overnight. Nutrition doesn't work like a pain killer that we get the result immediately. It is a process that may take time since we gradually need to change our habits to sustain it for long-term wellness.

"No shortcuts or NO Magic pills are worth giving a try for a healthy lifestyle to manage weight and prevent lifestyle-related medical conditions like High Blood Pressure, Pre-diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes Mellitus, Irregular Menstrual Cycle, High Cholesterol, and Triglyceride levels, High Uric Acid levels".

Naturally available food, regular exercise, hydration, and sound sleep can easily help you meet your nutrient requirements and achieve your health goals.
(Kindly continue your supplement or medication as prescribed by your doctor and do not discontinue it without informing him/her).

Consult a qualified dietitian for a customized meal plan. Visit the website of Indian Dietetic Association to know what qualifications are required by your dietitian.

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