One of the best ways of incorporating soybean or soy in our daily diet is in the form of soybean milk or soy milk. Lower in calories and richer in nutrients, soybean milk or soy milk is a great substitute for cow milk or dairy milk.
Since ancient times, people have been using Flax seeds in roasted and grinded powder form in chutney, laddu, parathas, salads, raita, or oats meal.
Soyabean Halwa is a delicious dessert and a smart way to use soy food to fulfill the daily protein requirement of the body. This protein rich dessert dish is made primarily from soyabean seeds, milk and ghee which are readily available in most household.
Beetroot is widely known for its medicinal benefits of boosting the immune system and producing new blood cells. Besides, the amount of vitamiins and minerals are abundant. This dish of beetroot rice incorporated all the goodness of this amazing vegetables. Its easy recipe makes it a great lunch box dish.
Flax seeds also known as Linseeds or Alasi or Teesi. This tiny seed is packed with micronutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and healthy cholesterol that help fight several ailments such as, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, hot flashes.
Indian Gooseberry or the Amla is widely known for its abundant medicinal benefits and its property to provide immunity against diseases. Amla jam goes well with bread, rusks, roti, poori, parathas etc and can be incorporated easily in a regular meals.
Oats are known to be rich in dietary fibres, vitamins and minerals, and oats idli is delicious form of including this wholesome grain in our regular diet.
Sprouted chana and moong sprouts have ample amount of protein and calcium. But many people do not like to eat the sprouts alone. This recipe of chana and moong sprouts chaat is a delicious way to serve the healthy sprouts.