Category Archives: Nutritious Food

Hypertension and Hyper tempting pickles!

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Can a single day go with no salt or low salt in our diets? If we could celebrate one day in a year with salt free diet to bring awareness about Hypertension to people at large? Not just by celebrating … Continue reading

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Festival of Holistic Wellness! Uttarayan! 

​As I was molding sesame jaggery (til gud) Laddus today was wondering how beautifully are our festivals planned by our ancestors! Every single festive brings in special foods and seasonal foods which not just add healthy foods to our regular … Continue reading

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Day 8 of Navarathri 

​ Day VIII of Navratri – Maa Maha Gowri  The VIII is basically highlighted to nourish young girls and pray for their good health and overall wellbeing. Goddess Maha Gowri is worshiped on eighth day. On this day Coconut is … Continue reading

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Day VII of Navratri Maa Kaalratri – Offer her jaggery to seek her blessings!

Day VII of Navratri Maa Kaalratri – Offer her jaggery to seek her blessings and ward evil from our mortal forms. Eat complex carbohydrate rich sweets made of jaggery and yes same time remember Jaggery is a high caloric food and … Continue reading

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Day VI is dedicated to Maa Katyayani and she blesses each of us with strong immunity and wellbeing.

  Today we continue on the 6th day of detox with honey and Guavas. The Day six of Navratri is dedicate to Maa Katyayani – the daughter of Sage Katyayani. She is offered liquid gold (honey) and Guavas as she … Continue reading

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Chana dal- khatti Kairi upma (Chick Pea RawMango Upma)

One lip smacking traditional recipe of summers in Maharashtra and arts of Karnataka, Gujrat made specially during chaitra Navratri and Ram Navami.       Ingredients: Chick Pea (Bengal Gram) -200 gms ( Soaked in water for 6-7 hrs Raw Mango (grated) … Continue reading

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Steamed Jowar Finger rings (Jowar Pasta)

We recently celebrated for first time on 10 March 2016,  Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) day, and it certainly is growing, out of every10 woman three are turning diabetic during pregnancy. It becomes exteremly essential to ensure well controlled blood sugars and same time … Continue reading

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Bosom’s that benefit your baby to Blossom

International Breastfeeding week 1-7 Aug has gained a significant ground in the maternity and infant health care. Sharing a few notes for future mothers, and currently pregnant and nursing mothers. Human body is the finest creations of nature and no amount … Continue reading

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Division of Traditional Indian recipes and Multiplication of global ingredients in recipes = Globalisation of Indian recipes

Traditionally Thali is a meal usually served as lunch /dinner consisting of Rice and Roti / phulka / chapatti, Vegetable gravy curry, seasoned toasted curry (dry vegetable curry/ or chicken or egg in case of a non-vegetarian thali) Dal, Curds, … Continue reading

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My book -:Holistic Food for Happiness: international edition released

          Food is the very basic of three key essentials of human survival air, water and food. We come across several kinds of foods which we label it into three- four courses of meal each day. … Continue reading

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Suphala collaborates with Trinity Diagnostic Centre

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Thankyou All “Suphala Turns one today ! “

Dear Suphala followers, supporters and readers, Congratulations We are ONE today ! Thank you for your overwhelming response and making this organisation strive towards our key mission of  creating awareness and educating on importance of health, nutrition and wellness. The immense support group of 300 odd members … Continue reading

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“Mid Day Meals progarm in India to nourish or perish school children?”

Since my internship days a decade ago at CARE Andhra Pradesh as Research associate for a community managed supplementary nutrition program. I have been witnessing a varied ways and means of  malpractice at various Anganwadi centres and Primary schools. Either the supplies are … Continue reading

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Lets getaway with Zero cholesterol syndrome !!

I am so upset seeing all the packed foods specially Plant sourced foods labelled as  No Cholesterol / Zero Cholesterol / Cholesterol Free!! Hope not to hear a coconut seller claiming coconut water its Cholesterol free here !!  It’s high time … Continue reading

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Jeera (Cumin) to Jaaz up your food!

Cumin (Jeera in Hindi) is one of the best known antioxidant known to mankind since antiquity. Cumin’s distinctive flavor and strong, warm aroma are due to its essential oil content. Its main constituent and important aroma compound is cuminaldehyde. The … Continue reading

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Laddu Laddu and more Laddus for Bappa!

Lord Ganesha is offered several forms of laddu /laadu during Ganesh utsav as he is fond of laddus.  Seems like we have borrowed his sweet tooth for these Ten days! 🙂  After Modak its long list of laddus starting with … Continue reading

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Dice and Spice Your Vegetables !

Recently I had been to Sanjeevanam a health restaurant in Bangalore and realized that food was cooked with very little oil and was happy to see people in decent numbers. However I felt that use of spices and herbs and … Continue reading

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Who am i?

I’m a holistic nutrition and wellness coach–I work with people from all walks of life, Senior citizens, women, men, youth, teens, and kids to create a happy, healthy life in a way that is flexible, fun, and free of denial and discipline. … Continue reading

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