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5 Super Untold Recipes For Diabetes Diet

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We all know how much a diabetic person has to sacrifice when it comes to eating. If you are  diabetic, throughout your life you must have heard people telling you what you shouldn’t eat. So today, we are going to tell you recipes which are some easy to make, super foods for your daily diet.

Vegetable Chila (Pancake)

Vegetable Chila Pancake

Ingredients

1 cup mung dal flour or multi grain mix flour, 1 teaspoon ginger garlic paste, 2 teaspoon finely chopped coriander leaves, ½ cup grated carrot & cabbage, 1 green chili finely chopped, ¼ teaspoon turmeric and enough water to make the batter.

Method

Mix all the ingredients and add enough salt and water and make a fine batter. Heat the pan and grease it with oil or ghee. Stir the batter evenly and cook a pancake for approx 2 minutes each side until it’s golden.  Serve with green chutney.  This pancake is tasty, low in fat and provides you with enough proteins.

 

Methi Thepla

Methi Thepla

Ingredients                                          

50 gm millet  flour, 50 gm yellow gram  flour, 1 cup fenugreek leaves, 2 tsp coriander leaves, 2 tsp ginger garlic paste, 2 pinch turmeric powder, ¼ tsp red chili, 1 crushed green chili (optional), 2 tsp ghee. Salt to taste.

Method

Mix the millet and yellow gram flour together. Add chopped coriander and fenugreek leaves. Add all other ingredients and ghee to prepare a soft dough. Use a little water too if required. Roll it into thin chapattis.  Bake both sides on a hot griddle and serve hot.  This less carb, high protein thepla is the best option for lunch and dinner.

 

Tofu Spinach Masala

Tofu Spinach Masala

Ingredients                                                                                                                          

2 teaspoon oil, 1 pinch cumin,1/4 tsp chopped garlic, 1 onion,1/2 tsp green chili paste, 1/2 tsp garam masala, salt  as per taste. Garcinia fruit  5 gm, Spinach 1 bunch, Tofu –sliced (soy paneer) 1 cup, coriander leaves 5 gm.

Method

Remove the stem  from spinach, wash and cook the spinach leaves in boiling water for 2-3 minutes. Filter the water and grind the spinach leaves to make a paste.  Heat  the oil in the fry pan add cumin and chopped garlic,  stir well till light brown. Add onion  with remaining spices, stir for 2-3 minutes. Add spinach puree and tofu cubes and mix well. Simmer for 10 minutes and serve hot.

 

Daalia Salad

Daalia Salad

Ingredients                                                                                                                          

Chickpea split roasted (Chana daal dalia split) ¼ cup, crushed onion or onion juice 2 tsp., chopped coriander leaves ½ tsp., chaat masala (optional) 1 pinch.

Method

Crush chickpea split and mix all other items well and serve. This low fat salad can be eaten any time between a main meal if you feel hungry.

 

Boiled vegetables

Boiled Vegetables

Ingredients                                                                                                                          

One cup each of medium size sliced  bottle gourd, white pumpkin, yellow pumpkin, soft gourd  and onion. For garnishing ¼ teaspoon  black pepper powder, 3 tablespoons chopped coriander leaves  and salt to taste.

Method                           

Steam the sliced vegetables till it becomes soft. Heat 1 teaspoon olive oil or sunflower oil in a pan, add salt and black pepper powder and add the boiled vegetables in it and sauté for 2-3 minutes, garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot. You can have this easily digestible zero fat vegetables as many times in a day since it improves metabolism, reduces fat and you feel fresh and energetic whole day.

As you can see, there are many food options which are available to you even though you may be diabetic. These options are equally tasty and you won’t feel like missing out on anything despite your condition. So go ahead, and treat your taste buds to some appetizing food!

“Take care of your body, it’s the only place you have to live in”

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Why One Should Follow Ayurvedic Lifestyle?

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Follow Ayurvedic Lifestyle

We are living in the age of technology. We don’t like anything which is older by a few years. We like to replace things around us very often. We don’t respect if something is old and ancient. We feel things were different back then and the situation has changed. So it doesn’t pertain to us. We have advanced so much in technology that we are finding new and newer ways to combat diseases. We actually don’t understand that we already have the solution to all the health problems in our Vedas which have been passed down by our forefathers. It is a natural form of healing which has been for over 5000 years.

Ayurveda is a branch of medicine which originated and is practiced in India for many centuries. It is as fresh and useful to the people today as it was in the time it was first practised. It provides us with a more holistic approach to our daily lives. Ayurveda helps us to plan our day and maintain peace and harmony in a person’s life.

One should get 7 to 8 hours of sleep on a daily basis which helps the body relax properly. When one wakes up, he should drink a glass of water which helps to clear the body of all its toxins. Then one can go for a walk for the daily exercise, which when performed in the morning, helps a lot. Maintenance of hygiene is of utmost importance which helps in maintain good health.

There should be a regular intake of food at the set time which keeps the body functioning at optimum level and one should consider having food directly from nature, which helps the body function at its optimum level. One should wear clean clothes on a daily basis. It is very beneficial to wear clothes of cotton, silk, wool which are all natural fibres.

Even though you are living in such a modern era, you can use the natural forms of healing in the form of Ayurvedic treatment. So follow the Ayurvedic lifestyle and experience a change in yourself.

 

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Go the natural way of leading a healthy lifestyle from a younger age.

Natural Lifestyle

Start young; a phrase that holds true for almost everything. Even when it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle! Inculcating healthy habits in your kids when they are young will make them conscious which invariably will make them more responsible about taking care of their body even when they grow older. The benefit of natural remedies is the fact that they do not have any side effects and they do not hamper your immune system in any way unlike other medical options available. Keeping your children healthy when they are young will make sure that they don’t fall ill too frequently in their crucial years when they start learning and understanding the world better.

Ayushakti has a rage of safe natural remedies that are specifically designed to treat ailments that are commonly found in children. Resorting to powerful medications can backfire sometimes and lead to further complications. Medical conditions faced by children of different age groups need to be tackled differently. Our expert doctors at Ayushakti have a deep understanding of these health issues that children face and have effective natural solutions for each one of them.

Let’s have a look at the various pediatric natural treatments that Ayushakti offer:

  1. Herbal remedies for immunity enhancement
  2. Herbal remedies for memory, focus and awareness. This natural remedies also improve cognition power, better performance in studies.
  3. Proven remedies and for a cough, cold, fever, frequent allergies, Asthma, wheezing. Nasya treatments to relieve sinusitis.
  4. Low or no appetite, digestion problem, constipation.
  5. Marma treatments for Hyperactive children
  6. Special remedies and diet for improving height, weight in children

Nature knows everything, it knows to take care of your little ones as well. Visit the nearest Ayushakti centre and book an appointment with our experts to treat their ailments naturally!