What is Oat Flour? It’s basically oats ground into a powder form. It’s an excellent wheat free alternative and a more nutritious option. If gluten-free is required, you can purchase gluten free oats. Alternatively, Bob’s Red Mill offers both options.
Here’s the recipe!
A friend of mine in Mumbai was headed back to USA and had a pantry full of goodies to share. Being in Mumbai has been an eye-opening experience from the food and nutrition perspective. When she suggested I take bags of nuts (including almonds), baking goods and other yummy treats I couldn’t say no. With 4 bags of whole almonds, I beg [...]
Thanks to Got Milk?’s classic ad campaign, we know that calcium and vitamin D boost bone health. But have you ever thought about the foods that cause the opposite effect?
As kids, our parents often stressed the importance of building healthy bones by pouring us a glass of milk at breakfast or sneaking some leafy greens into our lunchbox [...]
When Katie Uhran emerged from winter feeling sluggish and run-down, she knew she needed a change. So, when friends mentioned they were starting an Ayurvedic-based cleanse, she was intrigued.
“I wanted to feel lighter, energized and like I had washed away all the cobwebs that built up during the winter months,” says Uhran, a Nantucket-based pe [...]
Haldi Doodhi has gotten a global makeover. So wow
Golden Mylk and the Golden Latte are having a moment on the world food stage. So it may not be long before we shell out upwards of Rs 200 for one of these healthy concoctions. After all, the ochre-coloured drink is being championed by wellness gurus in America and the UK as a sort of miracle h [...]
Even though it’s melting outside and all you want is ice cold hydration — I’ve noticed that many people are more susceptible to colds, coughs and increased phlegm. I think it’s primarily due to the drastic change of your body temperature between indoors and outdoors. You’re freezing inside, hiding under sweate [...]
I’m always thinking of ways to incorporate vegetables into baked products so that my son will eat them willingly. To be honest, he’s a pretty good eater when it comes to vegetables, however, the more the better. The first thing I do is look in my pantry and fridge to see what I have because I look to come up with recipes based o [...]
As a dietitian, I have a hard time dealing with all the nutrition clutter out there being delivered to people. It’s rather frustrating because it’s not always explained properly and of course, the media over hypes everything. I’ve had close family and friends come to me and ask me several questions on why a specific food p [...]
When you’re pregnant, you’ve got all sorts of hormones going haywire and all sorts of cravings creeping up. It’s important to understand that the two are correlated. During pregnancy, your dietary habits are especially important because maternal glucose is the main energy substrate for intrauterine growth. As a dietitian [...]
For some mothers, getting your child to eat vegetables is a challenge. When my son was eating pureed foods, making a mixed vegetable soup was my go-to on many occasions. Now, as my son enters pure toddlerhood, creativity is required. However, I decided to delve into my soup basics and create a minestrone soup from scratch. Thought I’d [...]
For busy parents, busy moms, busy everybodies – I’m sure we can’t get enough of food prep tips. I always like asking my friends for what they do to prep for the week so that they are able to cook at least 50% of the time for their families. Comparing notes is a great way to potentially enhance your current efforts.