The Google India report showed that overall recipe-related searches grew by 20 per cent on YouTube in the past few months.
A plant-based diet, is mainly composed of vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, seeds, soy, and whole grains. People following the plant-based diet majorly consume these forms of food to fulfill their need for essential vitamins, fibre, and minerals.
Various shops in Parathe Wali Gali can serve you excellent deep-fried Parathas. Filled with different kinds of vegetables, these parathas are deep-fried and are served with Aloo Matar, Pickled Vegetables, and sweet Imli Chutney.
Whole eggs are not only vitamin-rich and mineral-rich but also tend to be very high in protein and calories. On the other hand, egg-whites are low in vitamins but have high protein and vitamins and minerals.
A diet full of treats can also lead to reduced elasticity and premature wrinkles. Thankfully, research suggests that slashing your sugar intake can help lessen sagging and other visible signs of aging.
Cloves contain manganese, fibre and vitamins C and K. While manganese boosts brain function and helps build bones, vitamins C and K help with immunity and prevents blood clotting.
The traditional Indian diet, however, focuses much more on plant foods like vegetables, lentils, and fruits, as well as low consumption of meat. Also, certain food products need to be consumed in order to shed weight.
In a 2011 study, 20 people with type 2 diabetes ate 60 g of almonds a day for 12 weeks. Overall, they saw improvements in: blood sugar levels as well as blood lipid, or fat, levels.
Soluble fibre keeps you fuller for long, thereby, preventing hunger pangs and overeating.
Panaji: Criticizing the culture of instant food, Vice President of India Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday urged the need to go back to traditional Indian food, saying “instant food means constant disease”. Naidu said that India should look at being self-sufficient in terms of food production on account of the country’s[Read More…]
Mumbai: Actress Huma Qureshi says she loves Mumbai, but the city is a “little sad” when it comes to the food scene. “I love kebabs. Therefore, my friends affectionately call me ‘kebab royalty’. I love Mumbai but when it comes to food it is a little sad, the tikkas are[Read More…]
The main aim behind observing World Food Day is to create an environment of food security around the world
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The Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Shri Radha Mohan Singh has written to the Director General, United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) and proposed the declaration of an upcoming year as “International Year of Millets”. In a letter to Mr Jose Graziano da Silva, Director-General, United Nations Food[Read More…]
Soaking in the intoxicating aroma of freshly baked cakes and brewing wines, Kolkata on Monday revelled in the Yuletide spirit with people of all ages celebrating Christmas. Special prayers, hymns and masses in churches drew the devout by the thousands, but for the eastern metropolis – the capital of British[Read More…]
After a dead lizard was found in a meal served on the train, RK Caterers, the biggest private food vendor in Indian Railways, is set to lose Poorva Express’ contract. The company had lost the contract for Sealdah Rajdhani earlier this year. The incident happened on board the Poorva Express[Read More…]
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According to a report by the UN and OECD report, India is expected to be the world’s largest milk producer by 2026 and will account for the biggest increase in wheat production globally in the coming decade. The OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2017-2026 said the world’s population will increase from 7.3[Read More…]
Gone are the days of boring railway food, now you can avail your favourite fast food while onboard. Passengers onboard Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains can pre-order their favourite fast food to their seat online, on phone call or by SMS, with mandatory meals now becoming optional from June 15. A[Read More…]
Hyderabad Police has detained at least 20 people with a large amount of adulterated food manufacturing materials on Tuesday. contaminated materials that were seized includes 48 oxytocin injections, 16 syringes, 15.60 quintals of adulterated ginger and garlic paste, 60 adulterated honey mixed dry fruits bottles, 96 bottles of package water,[Read More…]
Central government told Delhi High Court on Monday that Aadhaar was made mandatory to ensure the poor get subsidised foodgrains under the public distribution system (PDS). “Aadhaar is mandatory for PDS, as this system is mostly misused in our country. The subsidised foodgrains were not reaching the poor. Someone else[Read More…]
In a shocking development, the rumors of rice being made of plastic have surfaced giving a tough time to people and administration. Now, the Delhi food department is collecting samples from various parts of the city. Reportedly, it isn’t just rice, highly used sugar too is being said to contain[Read More…]