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Eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring. Try Millet Kebabs

Foxtail millet is among the oldest of all cultivated millets. It is good for the heart, fights diabetes, prevents cancer and is gluten-free, high in antioxidants and calcium content.

Easy tips to avoid complications and have a healthy pregnancy

As vitamin and mineral deficiencies are quite common these days, it is advisable to ensure that you get yourself checked before conception.


Buckwheat Canapes, for that mindful snacking

Buckwheat improves heart health, reduces blood sugar, protects against cancer. It is also rich in dietary fibre, and contains good vegetarian protein.

Watch: What you need to teach children about food

"We, the adults of the last four generations, have blessed our children with the destiny of a shorter lifespan than their own parents. Your child will live a life 10 years younger than you because of the landscape of food that we've built around them."

From yogurt to dark chocolate, here are some foods that can curb sugar cravings

Thanks to cheap access to sugary treats, controlling your sugar craving can get a little tough. Here are some foods you can pick up instead of ordering in for a tub or ice cream or a box of doughnuts to take the edge off. 

Great ideas for healthy snacking between meals

"I try to make my children's mid-meal snacks fun, healthy and yummy."


Kinder Garden: You are what you eat, go local!

“Tastes are mostly learned; in a single generation we can change the relationship with the food we eat.”

Ditch boring recipes, get kids to eat these foods instead

Healthy living needs to be deeply rooted in our system and with slight modifications in daily eating habits, every parent can tweak the taste according to their children’s taste buds.

Make balanced meals for kids a reality

Teach your children about portions and also let them understand that there are many who do not get even one proper meal in a day.

Know your food: Lose weight, keep your heart healthy with 'Pistachios'

While there are certain myths concerning dry fruits - one of them being weight gain - what many people don't know is that these nuts are also one of the prime ingredients for weight loss.