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One-time Consult
Rs. 1500
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Rs. 5000
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Rs. 7500
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Rs. 1000
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For any Information - Email: eatrightforhealth@gmail.com | Ph: 9952338920
DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
One-time Consult
Rs. 1500
2 Month
Rs. 5000
5 Month
Rs. 9000
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN
One-time Consult
Rs. 1000
2 Month
Rs. 3000
4 Month
Rs. 5000
5 Month
Rs. 6000


2 MONTH DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
( for conditions like Diabetes, Hypertension, Renal stones etc.)
- Rs. 5000




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IFSC: HDFC0001590 | MICR: 636240004
For any Information - Email: eatrightforhealth@gmail.com | Ph: 9952338920
DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
One-time Consult
Rs. 1500
4 Month
Rs. 7500
5 Month
Rs. 9000
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN
One-time Consult
Rs. 1000
2 Month
Rs. 3000
4 Month
Rs. 5000
5 Month
Rs. 6000


ONE-TIME CONSULTATION FOR DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
( for conditions like Diabetes, Hypertension, Renal stones etc.)
- Rs. 1500




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IFSC: HDFC0001590 | MICR: 636240004
For any Information - Email: eatrightforhealth@gmail.com | Ph: 9952338920
DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
2 Month
Rs. 5000
4 Month
Rs. 7500
5 Month
Rs. 9000
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN
One-time Consult
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2 Month
Rs. 3000
4 Month
Rs. 5000
5 Month
Rs. 6000


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For any Information - Email: eatrightforhealth@gmail.com | Ph: 9952338920
DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
One-time Consult
Rs. 1500
2 Month
Rs. 5000
4 Month
Rs. 7500
5 Month
Rs. 9000
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN
One-time Consult
Rs. 1000
2 Month
Rs. 3000
4 Month
Rs. 5000


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IFSC: HDFC0001590 | MICR: 636240004
For any Information - Email: eatrightforhealth@gmail.com | Ph: 9952338920
DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
One-time Consult
Rs. 1500
2 Month
Rs. 5000
4 Month
Rs. 7500
5 Month
Rs. 9000
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN
One-time Consult
Rs. 1000
2 Month
Rs. 3000
5 Month
Rs. 6000


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For any Information - Email: eatrightforhealth@gmail.com | Ph: 9952338920
DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
One-time Consult
Rs. 1500
2 Month
Rs. 5000
4 Month
Rs. 7500
5 Month
Rs. 9000
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN
One-time Consult
Rs. 1000
4 Month
Rs. 5000
5 Month
Rs. 6000


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IFSC: HDFC0001590 | MICR: 636240004
For any Information - Email: eatrightforhealth@gmail.com | Ph: 9952338920
DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
One-time Consult
Rs. 1500
2 Month
Rs. 5000
4 Month
Rs. 7500
5 Month
Rs. 9000
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN
2 Month
Rs. 3000
4 Month
Rs. 5000
5 Month
Rs. 6000
WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN
One-time Consult
Rs. 1000
2 Month
Rs. 3000
4 Month
Rs. 5000
5 Month
Rs. 6000
DIETARY TREATMENT ADVICE
One-time Consult
Rs. 1500
2 Month
Rs. 5000
4 Month
Rs. 7500
5 Month
Rs. 9000
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WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PLAN

One-time Consultation – INR.1000/-
2 Month INR. 3000/-
4 Month INR 5000/-
5 Month INR. 6000/-

Dietary Treatment Advice ( for conditions like Diabetes, Hypertension, Renal stones etc.)

One-time Consultation – INR.1500/-
2 Month INR. 5000/-
4 Month INR 7500/-
5 Month INR. 9000/-

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Corporate Training Page

Boring nutrition lectures are a thing of the past. We do not want to present more statistics and graphs to our corporate clients. What we offer is a lively and inspiring lecture by our nutritionist Abirami Vadivel.

Our Nutrition Lecture Topics

• General Nutrition Awareness (healthy eating habits, healthy shopping, reading labels, healthy cooking)
• The bitter facts on sugar
• Carbohydrates – what it is all about?
• Healthy feeding habits for children
• We can also customize a lecture on any nutritional topic of your choice

For more information Contact:

Name: Abirami Vadivelkumaar
Phone: 9952338920
Email: eatrightforhealth@gmail.com

How we work

EatRight offers a highly personalized program to address all your personal needs, taking into account your lifestyle, your individuality and your specific goals. You will learn your natural way of eating that will get you to your desired weight, give you the most energy, alleviate any chronic illnesses you may have, and most importantly, satisfy your taste buds.

OUR PRINCIPLE

We try to change the lifestyle of our clients by training you to adopt the following principles

        • Identify healthy and unhealthy foods?
        • Learn to balance your daily food intake
        • Exercise for an hour everyday
        • Rest and Relaxation – part of your daily life

EatRight does not offer quick fixes such as fad diets. We teach you to eat healthy for a life-time.

COME JOIN US AND FIND YOUR WAY TO A HEALTHY AND HAPPY LIFE.

CONSULTATION

Our health is determined by the food we eat. What we eat goes into your stomach , is digested and gets absorbed into our cells, our tissues, our organs, even our thoughts. So after all YOU REALLY ARE WHAT YOU EAT!

Like most of us, you have probably tried a variety of diets, and may even have managed to do well on some for a few weeks or even months. However, the emphasis such diets place on willpower, deprivation and denial is both unnecessary and counter-productive. The reality is that, unless you have a plan that is practical, works with your lifestyle and takes your individuality into account, it will not last.

EatRight offers a highly personalized program to address all your personal needs, taking into account your lifestyle, your individuality and your specific goals. You will learn your natural way of eating that will get you to your desired weight, give you the most energy, alleviate any chronic illnesses you may have, and most importantly, satisfy your taste buds.

You will:

• Lose weight normally and naturally
• Learn eating for energy
• Learn how to shop for healthy foods
• Learn to prepare quick, easy and delicious meals
• Figure out binge triggers and control cravings
• Learn tips for dining out and eating in all social situations

COME JOIN US AND FIND YOUR WAY TO A HEALTHY AND HAPPY LIFE.

CONTACT

If you have any specific question or want to discuss anything please fill out the details below and we will get in touch with you.

or Call us: 9952338920
Office timings – Mon to Sat, 9 am to 6 pm

Or write to us anytime at     eatrightforhealth@gmail.com

EXPERIENCE
  • Consultant Dietitian in Multi-specialty Hospitals in Salem, TamilNadu.
  • Worked for 5 years in Semler Research centre, Clinical Research Centre, Salem/Bangalore – Planning and monitoring the diet of clinical trial subject
  • Personally a mother of two daughters - multi-tasking as a wife, home-maker, mother and most importantly as a diet counselor (So accepts no excuses of lack of time for healthy life-style)
AWARDS

Received Best paper awards for

  • Diets for obesity – ISPEN National Conference, Chennai, 2004
  • Diet Therapy – oral and upper GI cancer, ISPEN National Conference, Lucknow, 2005
PROFILE

Abirami Vadivelkumaar, M.Sc, CNSD, Registered Dietitian.

Qualification:
Master’s Degree – Nutrition, Dietetics & Food Service Management
A Certified Nutrition Support Dietitian.
Registered Dietitian ( CMC, Vellore, 2003).

Membership:
Indian Dietetic Association, Chennai Chapter
Indian Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition,Chennai Chapter

RESEARCH PAPERS ON

  • Diets for obesity – ISPEN National Conference, Chennai, 2004
  • Diet Therapy – oral and upper GI cancer, ISPEN National Conference, Lucknow, 2005
  • "Thank you for your guidence"
    - Nita

"The best time to workout is – anytime."

Top 5 exercise myths. Click to read the truth.

Myth: Weight training will make me bulky

Myth: Running is bad for the knees.

Myth: Yoga should be done on an empty stomach.

Myth: Sweating leads to fat loss so exercise without fan or air conditioner.

Myth: 100 Suryanamaskars will make me lose weight



"Sabudana is not fattening, ignorance about local food and customs is."

Top 5 exercise myths. Click to read the truth.

Myth: Ghee is a saturated fat and therefore bad for you.

Myth: Foods labeled "Low fat" are always a healthy choice.

Myth: Mango, Seetaphal, banana, chickoo and grapes are fattening as they have high calories.

Myth: Salads and soups for light lunch/ dinner and no carb dinners

Myth: Avoid or lower salt intake to reduce BP



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19 January 2016

EAT SMART

BY

ADMIN

DON\'T DIET! MAKE A PROMISE TO EAT SMART THIS YEAR!\"

Diet should not be a food fad followed whenever your weighing scale tips more to the right or when your dress feels tighter.

Diet is not about eating soups and salads or starving

And if your diet is not suitable to be eaten everyday for the entire year, then it is not going to work.

STOP DIETING! EAT HEALTHY AND SMART THROUGH OUT THE YEAR!

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18 January 2016

HEALTHY INDIA - AWARENESS INITIATIVE

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ADMIN

HEALTHY INDIA - AN AWARENESS INITIATIVE

In the last 30 years, there has been a tremendous increase in life-style diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, heart diseases, gastric diseases, liver and gall bladder conditions, renal problems and even cancer.
We need to open our eyes to the fact that \" THESE LIFESTYLE DISEASES ARE DIRECTLY LINKED TO WHAT WE EAT\"
Home-made healthy meals and snacks
Continue...

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02 October 2013

Meaning of Diet

BY

ADMIN


The word \"DIET\" is one of the most misunderstood word of recent times. It has become synonymous with starvation or eating unpalatable food.

In reality \"DIET\" means \'the usual food or drink consumed by a person\'. So \"GOING ON A DIET\" is a meaningless phrase.

Our body needs the right combination of carbs, proteins, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals on a daily basis. If our body doe

Continue...

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19 July 2013

Ragi adai with greens and onion

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients: (for two adais)

Ragi flour – ½ cup

Onion (finely chopped) – 2

Greens (cleaned & finely chopped) – ¼ bunch

Salt

Oil -3 tsp

Preparation:

Make a batter by mixing the ragi flour, chopped onion, greens and salt. (optional – coarsely ground channa dhal can also be mixed to this batter).

Make thick dosas out of this batter. Add 1 to 1 ½ tsp of

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Paruppu Adai

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients

Red gramdhal – ½ cup

Bengal gram dhal – ½ cup

Black gram dhal – ½ cup

Green gram dhal – ½ cup

Raw rice – ½ cups

Red chilli – 8

Garlic – 1

Asafoetida

Salt

Preparation:

Soak all the dhals and rice togetherfor 4 hours. First grind the red chilli and garlic, to this add the soaked dhal mixture to a coarse consistency. Add salt a

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Aval upma

BY

ADMIN

Red aval (poha) – ½ cup

Onion -1

Chilli -1

Ginger – a tiny piece

Dry roated peanuts/ channa – 2 tsp

Carrot -1

Oil – 1 tsp

Preparation:

Chop the onion, ginger and chilli finely. Grate the carrot.

Soak the aval in water for 2 minutes (do not soak longer otherwise the aval will get mushy). Drain the aval through a strainer and leave it aside.

Hea

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Rava Kichdi

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients: ( For two persons)

Rava – ½ cup

Green gram dhal – 3 tsp

Onion – 1

Tomato – ½

Green chillies – 3

Carrot – 1 (small)

Beans – 4

Green peas – a few

Oil – 2 tsp

Preparation:

Dry roast the rava until golden brown and keep aside. Boil the dhal with ¼ cup of water in a covered pan, until it is three-fourth cooked and keep asi

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Stuffed Chappathi: ( makes two )

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients:

For chappathi: Wheat flour – ½ cup

For stuffing:

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Oats Upma

BY

ADMIN

Can be cooked similar to wheat upma, but for ½ cup of oats use only ½ cup of water. Also cooking time for oats will be only 2 -3 mintes

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Vegetable Wheat Upma

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients:

Wheat rava – ½ cup

Onion (finely chopped) -1

French beans (finely chopped) – a few

Green peas (shelled) – a handful

Oil – 2 tsp

Seasonings – mustard, jeera, channa dhal, blackgram dhal, curry leaves, minced ginger.

Preparation:

Boil ½ cup of water in a vessel with a pinch of s

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Stuffed Omelettes

BY

ADMIN

Requirements: A heavy bottomed pan (preferably non-stick); a whisk / fork to beat the egg; a lid for the pan.

Ingredients:

Eggs -2

Onion

Capsicum

Mushrooms

Shredded chicken – precooked with salt (optional)

Tomatoes

Green chillies

Coriander

Salt

Garam masala ( optional)

Olive oil – ½ tsp.

Preparation:

Chop the vegetables very finely. Saute the

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Vegetable Sandwiches

BY

ADMIN

Requirements: Grill / Tava

Ingredients:

Grated vegetables – 3 tbsp

Grated (low fat )cheese – ½ slice or scrambled egg-white - 2

Butter – ¼ tsp

Preparation:

Mix the grated vegetables with grated cheese or scrambled egg white. Place this mix in between the two bread slices.

Heat the grill or tava and apply the butter (on both sides of

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


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19 January 2016

EAT SMART

BY

ADMIN

DON\'T DIET! MAKE A PROMISE TO EAT SMART THIS YEAR!\"

Diet should not be a food fad followed whenever your weighing scale tips more to the right or when your dress feels tighter.

Diet is not about eating soups and salads or starving

And if your diet is not suitable to be eaten everyday for the entire year, then it is not going to work.

STOP DIETING! EAT HEALTHY AND SMART THROUGH OUT THE YEAR!

Continue...

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18 January 2016

HEALTHY INDIA - AWARENESS INITIATIVE

BY

ADMIN

HEALTHY INDIA - AN AWARENESS INITIATIVE

In the last 30 years, there has been a tremendous increase in life-style diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, heart diseases, gastric diseases, liver and gall bladder conditions, renal problems and even cancer.
We need to open our eyes to the fact that \" THESE LIFESTYLE DISEASES ARE DIRECTLY LINKED TO WHAT WE EAT\"
Home-made healthy meals and snacks
Continue...

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02 October 2013

Meaning of Diet

BY

ADMIN


The word \"DIET\" is one of the most misunderstood word of recent times. It has become synonymous with starvation or eating unpalatable food.

In reality \"DIET\" means \'the usual food or drink consumed by a person\'. So \"GOING ON A DIET\" is a meaningless phrase.

Our body needs the right combination of carbs, proteins, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals on a daily basis. If our body doe

Continue...

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19 July 2013

Ragi adai with greens and onion

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients: (for two adais)

Ragi flour – ½ cup

Onion (finely chopped) – 2

Greens (cleaned & finely chopped) – ¼ bunch

Salt

Oil -3 tsp

Preparation:

Make a batter by mixing the ragi flour, chopped onion, greens and salt. (optional – coarsely ground channa dhal can also be mixed to this batter).

Make thick dosas out of this batter. Add 1 to 1 ½ tsp of

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Paruppu Adai

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients

Red gramdhal – ½ cup

Bengal gram dhal – ½ cup

Black gram dhal – ½ cup

Green gram dhal – ½ cup

Raw rice – ½ cups

Red chilli – 8

Garlic – 1

Asafoetida

Salt

Preparation:

Soak all the dhals and rice togetherfor 4 hours. First grind the red chilli and garlic, to this add the soaked dhal mixture to a coarse consistency. Add salt a

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Aval upma

BY

ADMIN

Red aval (poha) – ½ cup

Onion -1

Chilli -1

Ginger – a tiny piece

Dry roated peanuts/ channa – 2 tsp

Carrot -1

Oil – 1 tsp

Preparation:

Chop the onion, ginger and chilli finely. Grate the carrot.

Soak the aval in water for 2 minutes (do not soak longer otherwise the aval will get mushy). Drain the aval through a strainer and leave it aside.

Hea

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Rava Kichdi

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients: ( For two persons)

Rava – ½ cup

Green gram dhal – 3 tsp

Onion – 1

Tomato – ½

Green chillies – 3

Carrot – 1 (small)

Beans – 4

Green peas – a few

Oil – 2 tsp

Preparation:

Dry roast the rava until golden brown and keep aside. Boil the dhal with ¼ cup of water in a covered pan, until it is three-fourth cooked and keep asi

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Stuffed Chappathi: ( makes two )

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients:

For chappathi: Wheat flour – ½ cup

For stuffing:

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Oats Upma

BY

ADMIN

Can be cooked similar to wheat upma, but for ½ cup of oats use only ½ cup of water. Also cooking time for oats will be only 2 -3 mintes

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Vegetable Wheat Upma

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients:

Wheat rava – ½ cup

Onion (finely chopped) -1

French beans (finely chopped) – a few

Green peas (shelled) – a handful

Oil – 2 tsp

Seasonings – mustard, jeera, channa dhal, blackgram dhal, curry leaves, minced ginger.

Preparation:

Boil ½ cup of water in a vessel with a pinch of s

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Stuffed Omelettes

BY

ADMIN

Requirements: A heavy bottomed pan (preferably non-stick); a whisk / fork to beat the egg; a lid for the pan.

Ingredients:

Eggs -2

Onion

Capsicum

Mushrooms

Shredded chicken – precooked with salt (optional)

Tomatoes

Green chillies

Coriander

Salt

Garam masala ( optional)

Olive oil – ½ tsp.

Preparation:

Chop the vegetables very finely. Saute the

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


19 July 2013

Vegetable Sandwiches

BY

ADMIN

Requirements: Grill / Tava

Ingredients:

Grated vegetables – 3 tbsp

Grated (low fat )cheese – ½ slice or scrambled egg-white - 2

Butter – ¼ tsp

Preparation:

Mix the grated vegetables with grated cheese or scrambled egg white. Place this mix in between the two bread slices.

Heat the grill or tava and apply the butter (on both sides of

Continue...

Healthy Recipes 0


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19 January 2016

EAT SMART

BY

ADMIN

DON\'T DIET! MAKE A PROMISE TO EAT SMART THIS YEAR!\"

Diet should not be a food fad followed whenever your weighing scale tips more to the right or when your dress feels tighter.

Diet is not about eating soups and salads or starving

And if your diet is not suitable to be eaten everyday for the entire year, then it is not going to work.

STOP DIETING! EAT HEALTHY AND SMART THROUGH OUT THE YEAR!

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18 January 2016

HEALTHY INDIA - AWARENESS INITIATIVE

BY

ADMIN

HEALTHY INDIA - AN AWARENESS INITIATIVE


In the last 30 years, there has been a tremendous increase in life-style diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, heart diseases, gastric diseases, liver and gall bladder conditions, renal problems and even cancer.

We need to open our eyes to the fact that \" THESE LIFESTYLE DISEASES ARE DIRECTLY LINKED TO WHAT WE EAT\"

Home-made healthy meals and snacks provide carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals and helps our body to grow, regenerate and function well from the inside.

Eating a pack of fries / drinking fizzy colas / snacking on burgers and doughnuts etc! When you eat these, you are pushing only sugar, salt and a lot of unhealthy / hydrogenated fats in to your body. Plus you are topping your body with unknown chemicals in the form of preservatives and additives! 

What happens inside your body? Your body does not have the mechanism to use these unwanted sugars and salts and fats, and also does not know to through them out of your body. So what happens is, they stay inside your body and start to get deposited wherever possible inside your body. The chemicals play an even greater role in changing the fucntioning of all our hormones, enzymes and adds stress on the liver and kidney.

All these junk which we put in to our body slowly affects one or more of our body systems and hence we end up as obese / diabetic/ hypertensive / with any of the other life-style diseases.

I am writing this blog to create an awareness on how junk causes life-style diseases. If we have to make our India Healthy, please say \"NO TO JUNK\"

I am glad that our government has finally opened its eyes to the menace of junk food. Whenever I see the advertisements of such food, I always felt, that like tobacco advertisements, all these ads should also list the negative effects on consuming such food.
Without such a check, the innocent public are being brain-washed to spending their hard-earned money on buying diseases for themselves and their family.

Awareness is the only way to create a \"Healthy India\"

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02 October 2013

Meaning of Diet

BY

ADMIN


The word \"DIET\" is one of the most misunderstood word of recent times. It has become synonymous with starvation or eating unpalatable food.

 

In reality \"DIET\" means \'the usual food or drink consumed by a person\'. So \"GOING ON A DIET\" is a meaningless phrase.

 

Our body needs the right combination of carbs, proteins, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals on a daily basis. If our body does not receive the right qunatity of even one of these nutrients, within a few days, imbalances of body functioning mechnaisms set in.  The end result is deficiency conditions, hormone imbalances and weight issues.

 

Having a balanced meal everyday prevents most of these diseases, corrects our hormone imbalances and helps our body to remain in the right body weight.

 

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19 July 2013

Ragi adai with greens and onion

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients: (for two adais)

 Ragi flour – ½ cup

Onion (finely chopped) – 2

Greens (cleaned & finely chopped) – ¼ bunch

Salt

Oil -3 tsp

 Preparation:

 Make a batter by mixing the ragi flour, chopped onion, greens and salt. (optional – coarsely ground channa dhal can also be mixed to this batter).

 Make thick dosas out of this batter. Add 1 to 1 ½ tsp of oil while cooking. 

Healthy Recipes
19 July 2013

Paruppu Adai

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients

 Red gramdhal – ½ cup

Bengal gram dhal – ½ cup

Black gram dhal – ½ cup

Green gram dhal – ½ cup

Raw rice – ½ cups

Red chilli – 8

Garlic – 1

Asafoetida

Salt

 Preparation:

 Soak all the dhals and rice togetherfor 4 hours. First grind the red chilli and garlic, to this add the soaked dhal mixture to a coarse consistency. Add salt and asafoetida powder, mix well.

 Make thin dosas with this batter, add a tsp of oil while cooking. Serve with tomato chutney.

Healthy Recipes
19 July 2013

Aval upma

BY

ADMIN

 Red aval (poha) – ½ cup

Onion -1

Chilli -1

Ginger – a tiny piece

Dry roated peanuts/ channa – 2 tsp

Carrot -1

Oil – 1 tsp

 Preparation:

 Chop the onion, ginger and chilli finely. Grate the carrot.

 Soak the aval in water for 2 minutes (do not soak longer otherwise the aval will get mushy). Drain the aval through a strainer and leave it aside.

 Heat a pan, add oil, add seasonings and fry. Then add the chopped onions, ginger, chillies and grated carrot and sauté on a low flame for a few minutes. Now add a pinch of turmeric powder and salt. Then add the drained aval to this and mix thoroughly. Cook covered for 2 minutes. Remove from flame. Add the roasted channa or peanuts, mix and serve.

Healthy Recipes
19 July 2013

Rava Kichdi

BY

ADMIN

Ingredients: ( For two persons)

 Rava – ½ cup

Green gram dhal – 3 tsp

Onion – 1

Tomato – ½

Green chillies – 3

Carrot – 1 (small)

Beans – 4

Green peas – a few

Oil – 2 tsp

 Preparation:

 Dry roast the rava until golden brown and keep aside. Boil the dhal with ¼ cup of water in a covered pan, until it is three-fourth cooked and keep aside. Slice the onions and chillies, chop the tomatoes, carrots and beans and keep aside

 Heat a pan (with a lid), add the oil and heat it. Add the seasonings and once the mustard has spluttered, add the onions and chillies and sauté for a few minutes on low flame. Then add the tomatoes and close the lid for 2 minutes, allow the tomatoes to become pulpy. Then add the peas, carrots and beans, sprinkle some water and close the pan. Cook on a low flame for 5 to 10 minutes until the vegetables are cooked. Then add 1 cup of water and also the cooked dhal along with the water. Allow it to come to a boil and add the necessary salt. Finally add the rava to this slowly, stirring all the while to prevent the formation of lumps. Mix it thoroughly and close it with a lid and cook on low flame for 2 minutes. Switch off the stove and leave the pan undisturbed for a few minutes. Then mix well and serve with chutney or sambar.

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19 July 2013

Stuffed Chappathi: ( makes two )

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Ingredients:

 For chappathi: Wheat flour – ½ cup

                        Salt – a pinch

                        Oil – 1 tsp      

 For stuffing:

                        Grated cauliflower – 5 tbsp

                        Finely chopped coriander leaves

                        Grated ginger – a pinch

                        Chillipowder – a pinch

                        Garam masala powder – a pinch

                        Salt

                        Oil – ½ tsp

 Preparation:

 In a pan heat ½ a teaspoon of oil, add the grated ginger and cauliflower and roast in low flame for a few minutes. Sprinkle salt, chillipowder and garam masala powder, mix well and keep aside.

Mix the wheat flour with salt and water and make a chappathi dough. Make lemon-sized balls. Roll out the dough evenly to a diameter of 3” . Take the rolled dough and cup it in your left hand palm. Put a tsp of cauliflower stuffing in to the centre of the dough. With your right hand, pull the edges of the dough closed over the stuffing. Press with your fingertips to seal.

 Use dry flour to pat the dough and roll it carefully with out too much pressure. Heat a girdle and fry the chappathi on both sides with a tsp of oil. Serve with curd or chutney

 

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19 July 2013

Oats Upma

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Can be cooked similar to wheat upma, but for ½ cup of oats use only ½ cup of water. Also cooking time for oats will be only 2 -3 mintes

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19 July 2013

Vegetable Wheat Upma

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Ingredients:

Wheat rava – ½ cup

Onion (finely chopped) -1

Green chillies  (slit) – 3

Carrot  (finely chopped)– 1

French beans (finely chopped) – a few

Green peas (shelled) – a handful

Oil – 2 tsp

Seasonings – mustard, jeera, channa dhal, blackgram dhal, curry leaves, minced ginger.

 Preparation:

 Boil ½ cup of water in a vessel with a pinch of salt. First add the peas and allow it to boil for 3 minutes. Then add the chopped carrots and beans. Close the vessel with a lid and switch of the stove immediately. Leave it aside for 2 minutes. Drain the vegetables. Do not discard the drained water.

 Heat the oil in a heavy-bottomed pan, add the seasonings and fry till the mustard splutters and the dhal turns brown. Then add the chopped onions and slit green chillies and fry in medium flame. Once the onions turn transparent, add the drained vegetables and sauté them for a few minutes. Now add the wheat rava and roast it along with the vegetables for 2 minutes. Then add 1 ½ cups of water (including the water drained from the vegetables). Mix thoroughly. Add salt to taste.

 Close the pan with a lid, and allow it to cook on low flame for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, open the lid mix well and check if the water is completely absorbed. Otherwise, cook for a few more minutes till the water is completely absorbed. Sprinkle some finely chopped coriander leaves and serve with sambar.

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19 July 2013

Stuffed Omelettes

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Requirements: A heavy bottomed pan (preferably non-stick); a whisk / fork to beat the egg; a lid for the pan.

 Ingredients:

Eggs -2

Onion

Capsicum

Mushrooms

Shredded chicken – precooked with salt (optional)

Tomatoes

Green chillies

Coriander

Salt

Garam masala ( optional)

Olive oil – ½ tsp.

 Preparation:

 Chop the vegetables very finely. Saute them with ½ tsp of olive oil and a pinch of salt. A pinch of garam masala can be added (optional). Your vegetable stuffing is ready.

Break the eggs in to a bowl and beat them till they are fluff. Mix salt and pepper.

 Heat the pan and pour the beaten egg in the centre of the pan and spread it with a spoon. Sprinkle some of the vegetable stuffing in the centre of the omelette. Close the pan with a lid and cook for 2 minutes on low flame. Once done, fold the omelette from the sides, without disturbing the stuffing. Remove carefully and place it on a plate. 

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19 July 2013

Vegetable Sandwiches

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Requirements: Grill / Tava

Ingredients:    Bread – 2  slices

Grated vegetables – 3 tbsp

Grated (low fat )cheese – ½ slice or scrambled egg-white - 2

Butter – ¼ tsp

 Preparation:

 Mix the grated vegetables with grated cheese or scrambled egg white. Place this mix in between the two bread slices.

Heat the grill or tava and apply the butter (on both sides of the grill). Place the bread on the heated grill / tava. (turn to other side after 1 minute, if using the tava). Cook for 1 to 2 minutes and the sandwich is ready to eat.

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