Wheat forms a part of the staple diet for most cultures across the globe. A type of grass, wheat is processed and consumed in various forms making it the most widely cultivated cereal grain in the world. For centuries, people have consumed wheat with little to no adverse effects on their health and well-being. In fact, … Continue reading Wheat, Flour & Gluten
Sugar and processed food have been inextricably intertwined for decades now. Sugar or sucrose as some call it, has many technological properties that are beneficial for large scale food manufacturers. Before food processing turned industrial, sugar along with salt and fat were used primarily as preservatives. They were added to homemade condiments jams, ketchup, pickles, etc. … Continue reading Sugar: What does it do to our food?
A growing trend amongst all weight loss diets in the recent years has been that of increased protein intake. Protein makes up one of the three macronutrients that form our diet. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, build muscle, increase stamina or just maintain good health, most experts will usually recommend increasing your protein consumption … Continue reading Macronutrients: Protein
With Diwali just around the corner, the big question on everybody's mind is what sweet to gift. Gone are the days when a box of delicious sweetmeats from the neighbourhood vendor could make the cut. Now, unless your gift is free of sugar, gluten, calories, preservatives, artificial colours, fun and animal products to name a … Continue reading Chocolate v/s Mithai