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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Indian gooseberry has health benefits which come primarily from its rich array of antioxidants like tannins and pectins, rather than the much talked vitamin C.
Soyabean is the richest plant source of protein containing 43 percent protein. Soy protein is also of the highest quality amongst all legumes.
Ragi as a whole grain is higher in protein and minerals than all the cereals and millets. Read more on the nutritive value and health benefits of ragi.
Coconut oil is a healthy addition to the diet. The oil has good fatty acids and is readily burned in the body and dissipated as energy.
Turmeric spice is known for its medicinal value. The active ingredient in turmeric is called curcumin. Curcumin possesses antibiotic, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant benefits.