Eating healthy is not a cumbersome task as most people make it out to be. A few alterations in our lifestyle in both the physical activities we do and the food we eat can go a long way in achieving our fitness goals. It is with this intention of helping out scores of people looking for information on healthy eating, http://www.fitfoodie.in/ has been created by Saffola. The aforementioned platform is like a mini encyclopedia of simple, easy to follow recipes ranging from Asian to Continental to Indian cuisines curated by a Fit Foodie panel of renowned chefs like Kunal Kapur, Saransh Goila, Shipra Khanna as well as nutritionists and food bloggers.
In a recent article I had touched upon how the cookware sector has progressed in the past century and highlighted the pros and cons of various cookware. The cookware industry is revolutionizing its products at a rapid pace to cater to growing numbers of population, who want to employ healthy cooking techniques that also preserve nutritional value of food.
The Innove range from Royal Prestige® brand exclusively distributed by Seeba International in India is one such premium cookware offering the promise of nutritive food preparation. Well, in order to know more about this cookware range and what it entails, I landed with my foodie friends for a lovely Sunday brunch held by Royal Prestige® with celebrity chef Rakhee Vaswani at her Palate Culinary Studio in Mumbai.
I am always concerned with regards to the nutritional value of the meals I consume since I eat out almost five times a week. Am I taking all the recommended daily allowances of macro and micro nutrients in my daily meals? The answer is maybe or maybe not. This concern stems from the fact that I am pressed for time to make my own meals and also I end up eating my major meals of the day at extremely odd hours.
In light of all these alarming situations, I recently stumbled upon myDaily, which is a meal replacement shake replete with carbohydrates, proteins and fats. In addition, this powdered meal comes enriched with necessary minerals, vitamins and dietary fiber. Thus, for a person with a hectic work schedule like me it held the promise of a well-balanced meal that is hassle free and offers ease of preparation and consumption.
So, does myDaily’s proposition work for me?
- Regional Indian Food & Travel enthusiast