What can be more soul-satisfying than legumes and lentils slow-cooked to creamy perfection, with a touch of Indian spices? In ‘The Indian Slow cooker’ Anupy Singla shares 50 healthy authentic recipes passed down in her family and which work well for busy lifestyles.
Posts Tagged ‘heart disease’
According to the World Health Organization, by 2010, 60 % of the world’s cardiac patients will be Asian Indian. The scary part is we are already in 2010! Indeed South Asians are predisposed by genetics for a higher probability of heart disease, but the lifestyle and diet habits can have a huge impact on whether they actually get the disease. It need not be a food-fight between healthy and tasty: One couple’s battle to make Indian food more heart-healthy.
Two recipes from ‘Amrit: Luscious and Heart Healthy Indian Meals’ by Purnima Nandkishore with nutritional analysis by Karen Yee, MS, RD, LN. Read how the diet brought about dramatic changes in the health of Nanda Nandkishore who was at high risk for heart disease.