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Himalayan Rock Pink Salt is here! Be it an Athlete’s Diet for aesthetics, an Ayurvedic or Pranic Diet for overall well-being, salt is always a part of our food. In our quest for the perfect body and thoughtful mind, salt seldom sees the spotlight of our scrutinized diet charts. Salt, born of the sun and the...

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We’re happy to get this New Year off to a healthy, delicious start. We’ve got some new products, all organic, all full of flavor and nutrition, so your taste buds get a treat and your body gets nutrition. Let us tell you all about our new introductions! Organic Chikki Bars – Peanut, Sesame Seed and Mixed...

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2017 might go down in history – as the year you changed your life and health for the better. I Say Organic makes it easier to make a difference this year – by breaking your transformation into tiny steps you can take every day. Practice the See-food diet Make healthier food easy to see and grab. Place foods...

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In India, there’s one thing in summer that’s bigger than Game of Thrones or The Avengers. The king of fruits, the mango, is back. And not only do you plot to eat as much of it everyday as possible, but given how versatile it is, you like to incorporate it into as many dishes as possible. Rich in vitamin C,...

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Beaches, mountains, museums, new cultures – there’s so much we look forward to when you’re travelling. And while some people also enjoy the actual travel itself, the plane rides and airport duty free carousels, the one thing everyone is united on is our collective hatred of airline and airport food. Shriveled...

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Soup For Summers

Posted in Anna Steele, Recipes we love by  •  June 20, 2016

This raw vegan soup is very simple to make with minimal clean-up and they are very easy to digest. You can also add your favourite herbs and spices to the mix  and once you feel confident with the method start adding other water rich veggies such as cucumber, celery etc bringing more and more nutrients. Because...

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Recognised by the United Nations, June 21 is now a day that is dedicated to this physical, mental and spiritual practice that has only positive effects and benefits for every single person. Why June 21? Quite simply, because it is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, and already...

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Top 5 types of Millets

Posted in More than cooking by  •  June 15, 2016

One of the oldest foods known to mankind, millets were the first cereal grains that were consumed by human beings. Cultivated in East Asia as many as 10,000 years ago, this drought-resistant grain, in prehistoric times, was more widely eaten than even rice, particularly in what is now China and the Korean...

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Whether you’re a newbie at working out or an almost-pro, the goal is to get the most benefit out of how much (or little) you work out, eat right to aid your body in exercising and recovery. We spoke to Zoe Modgill, Founding Partner and Instructor at Studio 60 by Club Xcell, on moderate workouts and eating better,...

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Haven’t we all said it at some point or another? “It’s too hot to eat!” We thought it was just us or the tropical India weather but it’s actually science. Studies conducted in animal models and military settings have shown that the Thermal Neutral Zone, or TNZ, an ideal range of temperatures in which the...

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