News By/Courtesy: Gunjan Dayal | 05 Jun 2020 22:47pm IST

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  • One thali countless variety.
  • Even food is colorful in India.
  • Delicious, tasty and healthy all in one thali.

Diversity and India these two things go hand in hand for being diverse the most popular thing so India is its food. The variety of native Indian foods, spices, and dishes makes Indian food one of the world's most wholesome foods. But Indian food has recently begun to be classified as unhealthy because it is associated with high sugar and high carb food that can contribute to high cholesterol levels. However, traditional Indian food is not only healthy but is also incredibly tasty with many health benefits. Indian food supports immunity, inflammation, brain function, and various other human body functions. Trillions of cells in the human body require a variety of foods and nutrients. Indian cuisine includes a variety of spices, with many health benefits to every spice. It is important to live healthily including a variety of spices and vegetables in your diet. For good health and strong immunity eat local and seasonal vegetables and fruits at the right time. In India, Bajra, nachni, jowar are grown in abundance along with various rice grains. It is disappointing that rice consumption is denied for weight loss when low-carb diets age. Indian food also boasts several pulses. In Indian combinations such as dal rice and rajma rice have been popular since ages. With all the essential amino acids these combinations are perfect protein meals. Each Thali bowl in the traditional Indian thali has a small scale. It includes 2-3 dal, sabzi, some, or both of the rice or roti varieties. The thali also contains a small amount of sweet platter. This thali makes for a full meal in the right proportion including all the necessary nutrients. But nowadays thalis served in restaurants have a much larger portion size. It is probably due to the western culture of supersizing that the portion size has increased in traditional Indian thalis here. A variety of cooking oils are available in India. Many healthy varieties of cooking oil are found in India, from mustard oil and peanut oil to coconut oil and groundnut oil. But the way they were handled was much better in earlier periods than they are handled today. Black salt, pink salt, and salt from rock originated in India. But we switched gradually to the more processed form of salt, which is possibly the reason why Indian food also got unhealthier. So, it is probably the ingredients that changed Indian food. The Indian curry is good for immunity if it is cooked with the right ingredients and proper amounts of oil. It can help to reduce the inflammation-the root cause of diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. Prepared with curry leaves, tomatoes, onions, black peppers, garlic, turmeric, and various other spices, the Indian curry has many health benefits. However, how the wheat is processed is wholly dependent. Unprocessed, hand-ground wheat fails to cause bloating or digestive problems. Evite bread consumption as it is prepared with harmful chemicals that can cause havoc with your gut health. Pickles are one of the best probiotic foods you can have when made with the right quality of salt (rock salt) and oil. The traditional Indian chutney, made with soiled leafy greens and seeds, is very nutritious. The idea here is to say that nutritional, wholesome, and healthy Indian food has always been. Cook your food with natural and conventional ingredients and you still don't have as good food as Indian. So, if cooked in the right amount there is nothing more healthy than Indian Food.

THIS ARTICLE DOES NOT INTEND TO HURT THE SENTIMENTS OF ANY INDIVIDUAL, COMMUNITY, SECT, OR RELIGION ETCETERA. THIS ARTICLE IS BASED PURELY ON THE AUTHOR'S PERSONAL VIEWS AND OPINIONS IN THE EXERCISE OF THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT GUARANTEED UNDER ARTICLE 19(1)(A) AND OTHER RELATED LAWS BEING FORCE IN INDIA, FOR THE TIME BEING.

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 06 Jun 2020 15:35pm IST


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