Amaranth benefits

Amaranth (Amaranthaceae): Health benefits

April 30, 2019 Dr. Sapna Baghel 0

Edited by Dr. Asha Jyoti Bharati Amaranthus of family Amaranthaceae is collectively known as amaranth. It is a gluten-free, highly nutritional pseudocereal. Amaranth is gaining popularity recently because of the studies done which describe its high nutritional value and agronomic potential. Amaranth was an important food crop in the Aztec, [Read More]

lentils health benefits

Lentil health benefits and Side effects

April 24, 2019 Dr. Sapna Baghel 0

Edited by Dr. Asha Jyoti bharati Lentil belongs to Lens culinaris species of Family Fabaceae or Papilionaceae. It is one of the ancient cultivated crops and is an excellent supplement to cereal-based diets. Lentil is rich in protein and is also cheaper than regular protein source. It contains twice the [Read More]

Understanding Ayurveda of healthy food

April 16, 2019 Dr. Asha Jyoti 0

Understanding Ayurveda of healthy food Ayurveda is a traditional system of medicine native to India. It is very important to regulate diet and is the key factor of Ayurveda. As we all know what we eat shows up to your body or effects the body. Food is directly related to [Read More]

Tofu health benefits and side effects

Tofu: Health benefits and Side effects

April 11, 2019 Dr. Sapna Baghel 0

Edited by Dr. Asha Jyoti Bharati Tofu Tofu (Curdle Soy Milk), is becoming very popular and replacing dairy products due to comparatively low cost with a high-quality protein. Preparation of Tofu includes soaking of soy beans, grinding, filtering, boiling, coagulating and molding (1). Because of its high nutritive value, it [Read More]

Health benefits and side effects of buckwheat

14 Health benefits of Buckwheat (Fagopyrum species)

April 8, 2019 Dr. Sapna Baghel 0

Edited By Dr. Asha Jyoti Bharati Buckwheat an introduction Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) is a gluten-free pseudocereal that belongs to the Polygonaceae family. There are two very well-known and widely cultivated buckwheat species namely Fagopyrum esculentum Moench (common/sweet buckwheat) Fagopyrum tataricum (L.) Gaertn. (Tartary/bitter buckwheat). It is native to central [Read More]