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Steam Your Food to Stay in Shape, Cite Health Experts

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Steam Your Food to Stay in Shape, Cite Health Experts

March 15
14:42 2016

steamNew Delhi, Tuesday, March 15 – The advantages of steamed food have been known for ages. Despite the fact that it is a different point that people in the earlier years focused more on eating oily & fried items, considering the greasy ingredients essential to make bones get strong and impart pivotal role in adding life to their existence on the planet.

If truth be told then the ingredients full of butter or ghee are not healthier than the meals cooked on steam. If truth be told then these add to extra weight on the body that gets tough to shed. In contrast, steamed foods are full of nutrition. It takes around 15 to 20 minutes time to create scrumptious dishes using the steamer, not including the preparation time. But at the end of the day, people get to enjoy something that is nutritious and keeps a balance between nutrition required by the human body and weight.

Planning a meal is highly important. Need of vitamins, minerals, folic acid, carbohydrates and proteins may vary from person to person given the change in routines. But these are necessary to everyone. If a sincere view is to be mentioned then unhealthy snacking has become an inseparable part of lives. There are several ready-to-eat meals in the market that promise to meet daily nourishment without playing with the health of food lovers but one can’t rely on it completely.

The key step individual should take is to jot down calorie requirement on a daily basis and prepare a chart accordingly, taking into consideration the kind of work they do. It is a myth that nothing can taste delicious in lack of extra spices & oil. In fact, appetizing cuisines require simple preparation. If the mode of preparing dishes is steaming then positive and considerable effects will soon be witnessed. Steamed vegetables, rice flour, baby corns, mushrooms, barley or suji idlis and dhokla are best to have, said a team of health experts.

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