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Indian spices

Millets: Coarser grains like millets, jowar, ragi and bajra are high on fibre-content and great for controlling cholesterol and melting fat.

Indian foods that help with weight loss

3 December 2012

Love your desi food? Can’t trade up ghee for olive oil?

Well, here’s good news - you don’t need to! Indian food can be tasty and

healthy at the same time. Make sure you include these ingredients in your daily

diet and you’ll find yourself on the path to good health in no time at all.

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