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  • Flaxseed is packed with nutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and Omega-3 fatty acids. It benefits your health as it has dietary fibres, important to digestive health.
It reduces chances of heart diseases, cancer, diabetes & balances body cholesterol level. Sprinkle roasted flax seeds on your salad & make it more healthy.


  • This fruit is a health powerhouse as it has three times more antioxidants than green tea. They are rich in vitamin A, C and E.
Blend together some fresh seeds of pomegranate, one orange, lime and a guava into a juice. Now add a tbs of honey and the Seasonal Punch is ready to serve.


  • Food saved is food produced!
This Independence Day let us pledge to make India a Zero Food Wastage nation.
While preparing meals, take a stock of leftovers and adjust the quantity accordingly.
Make your meals interesting by preparing innovative and delicious recipes out of leftovers.


  • Add Kulith (Horse Gram) to your diet. It is rich in nutrients, iron and calcium which boosts immunity & also controls BP, obesity & diabetes. 
Kulith keeps the body warm and hence is ideal in monsoon as well as in winter. Its soup is great during common cold and fever. Soak Kulith overnight and make a soup by boiling it in water with salt, chilli & cumin powder.


  • According to Ayurveda, Tulsi/Basil is the mother of all remedies. Add a decoction of Tulsi leaves to your bathwater to cure skin infections. 
Rub Tulsi oil on your body to keep insects and mosquitoes away. 
Soak Tulsi leaves in water overnight, strain the mixture in the morning. Use it as an eyewash to relieve eye strain resulting from computer usage


  • Slice a lemon into thin chips and remove the seeds, mince some ginger. Put them into the jar and add honey until it gets soaked well. Refrigerate and store it. 
Add a spoonful of this mixture to the hot water and make a healthy and tantalizing monsoon tea for you and your family.