White Bean Salad

White Bean Salad Recipe Particulars: Recipe Credit: The recipe was taken from here to promote healthy eating.We are deeply grateful to the author for posting the same: You are helping us encourage a healthy heart :). Servings Size: Makes 4 Servings. Recipe Nutrition Facts: Per serving: 215 calories, 8 g total fat (2 g saturated fat), 22 gContinue reading “White Bean Salad”

Creamy Mushroom Soup: A healthy treat!!

Creamy Mushroom Soup This version of creamy  mushroom soup is cooked in just ten minutes, has very low fat content, and is as yummy as it can get. With rich creamy texture of mushrooms, sweetness of mushrooms and milk balanced by salt and hint of pepper. Recipe Particulars: Servings: Around 500 ml Preparation Time: 15 minsContinue reading “Creamy Mushroom Soup: A healthy treat!!”

Spinach Soup: When healthy eating can also be so tasty and full of flavor… Why not??

Spinach Soup. Soups are healthy and nutritious easily digestible food, provide they are made from fresh ingredients. Ready Made soup mostly contain corn flour which add pure calorie without much nutrition value and the preservatives, flavoring agents are also not too good for health specially when the soup is meant for pregnant ladies or AnemicContinue reading “Spinach Soup: When healthy eating can also be so tasty and full of flavor… Why not??”

Paya Soup (Mutton Legs/Shank Soup) : When good soup can be as strong as strong medicine

Paya Soup This soup, apart from having loads of flavor, can also be a great health supplement for all those who have had any sort of bone problem like fracture, calcium deficiency, iron deficiency and for ladies post-delivery and in pre-menopausal stage. This soup is especially good for Tuberculosis patients. Patients having it regularly haveContinue reading “Paya Soup (Mutton Legs/Shank Soup) : When good soup can be as strong as strong medicine”

Carrot Soup for the healthy you!!!

Carrot Soup for the Healthy Heart Since carrots are very low on fat and rich in vitamins and minerals therefore they are very good for convulsing persons. Making soup does not destroy the nutrients. For those who are on strict diet regime for weight, soups are the best nourishing, make full dinner along with greens,Continue reading “Carrot Soup for the healthy you!!!”

Turmeric- more on its benefits on the healthy heart

We introduced Turmeric earlier in this blog… and mentioned how it can be helpful in an earlier article. We are going to talk more about how turmeric helps our hearts… Turmeric and Plaque Build-up Both heart attacks and strokes are caused by atherosclerotic plaque buildup or high cholesterol levels. This plaque buildup leads to bloodContinue reading “Turmeric- more on its benefits on the healthy heart”

Introducing Turmeric for a healthy heart..

Turmeric has a peppery, warm and bitter flavor and a mild fragrance slightly reminiscent of orange and ginger, and while it is best known as one of the ingredients used to make curry, it also gives ballpark mustard its bright yellow color. Turmeric comes from the root of the Curcuma longa plant and has a toughContinue reading “Introducing Turmeric for a healthy heart..”

When did you last hear that eating Ice cream can be healthy for you…? It can be, if its made this way…

Who doesnt love Ice creams?? We all do, be it taken as a dessert, as a snack, as a celebration treat, or for no reason at all, Ice creams have a special place in our tummy and our hearts 🙂 And if we can make them a healthy way, which actually makes them nutritious and healthyContinue reading “When did you last hear that eating Ice cream can be healthy for you…? It can be, if its made this way…”

How about a Fruit Bowl Salad? Try it Honey Mint Dressing…

Recipe Particulars: Makes 9 servings of 1 cup each Prep time : 25 mins Recipe Credit: The recipe was taken from here to promote healthy eating. We are deeply grateful to the author for posting the same: You are helping us encourage a healthy heart 🙂 Approximate Nutrition Facts:  Per serving- 68 kcal cal., 9 mgContinue reading “How about a Fruit Bowl Salad? Try it Honey Mint Dressing…”