4 easy-to-make healthy dishes to start your day with!Every 3rd person on this planet is conscious of weight and seems to be watching his/her diet, however only a few turn out to be successful. As most people on weight loss regime choose 'starvation'
Every 3rd person on this planet is conscious of weight and seems to be watching his/her diet, however only a few turn out to be successful. As most people on weight loss regime choose 'starvation' as the only solution, very few prefer trying on healthy eating patterns.
Usually people go on strict 'salad & soup' diet in order to lose weight but only end up getting unhealthy deep inside. And those who find it difficult to stick on a diet, once a party is announced their diets and starvation strategy goes out of the window.
Giving up on your taste buds is not the correct way to lose kilos or inches, instead trick your body. It's simple science! Only tongue desires taste, while the stomach is hardly bothered what is coming down the food pipe.
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So try out tricking your body with these delicious, easy-to-make Indian dishes:
1. Oats Idli
Given the fact that Oats are super-healthy for your body, turning them into your desired food item is all you need to do. Steam Oats mixture using coriander, onion, tomato in the Idli stand and serve it hot with sambhar. You can eat it wholeheartedly!
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2. Grilled Soya Chaap
Soya is good for health if taken in precise amount and manner. Next time, try out marinating Soya chumps into the mixture with curd, oregano, red chilli powder, garam masala powder and ginger-garlic paste. Grill it in microwave and enjoy eating out a rather healthy dish.
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3. Bread Poha
Rice flaks are often used in every Indian household for preparation of Poha, or Chiwda. But using brown bread instead of poha will not only enhance the taste, but also turn it in a much healthier option, which your mother would happily let you have it 7-days a week!
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4. Vegetable stock soup
Soups are indeed healthy, but vegetable stocks are much healthier. Its true, that raw vegetable stock is tasteless and maybe that's why people often do not consume it. But with a little oregano, black-pepper, salt, vinegar, and chilli sauce - it turns into a healthy home-made perfect veggie stock, try it with boiled vegetable chunks.