Maulishree Jhawer's Profile
BHSc (Dietetics), MSc (Food Science and Nutrition)
Maulishree possesses substantial experience in the field of Diet and Nutrition. She has undergone training on the "Kaya life philosophy of diet planning". She has worked with Tarla Dalal and has contributed health articles in her magazine "Cooking and more" and has also done recipe research and development for the health book "Top Ten Healthy Foods".
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Little millet is rich in fiber, slow-digesting carbohydrates and antioxidants. It is an ideal food for diabetics, as it prevents abnormal spike in blood sugar levels.
Barnyard millet is an ideal food for those with diabetes, as it is a low glycemic index food. It is also a good source of protein and dietary fiber.
Dried figs, available all through the year, are not only yummier, crunchier, fuller but also nutritionally wealthier compared to the fresh ones.
Depression, also known as major depressive disorder is a mood disorder characterized by a feeling of sadness and loss of interest in daily activities.
Given a chance, choose amaranth, drumstick, mustard, colocassia, greens over spinach, fenugreek. You would be surprised to know how they contribute to build immunity and health.