HappleyFit Indian Food Combination Do and Donts

Indian Food Combination Do’s and Don’t

What is Food Combination? Certain foods when combined together provides best of the nutritional value and are termed as the technique of food combination. Macronutrients like carbohydrates, proteins and fats get absorbed in the body to almost around 90% but same is not the case with vitamins and minerals. Few food combinations can be the […]

Staying Healthy In The New Normal HappleyFit

Staying Healthy in the New Normal

Covid-19 or the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way of life and the regularities completely making it take a turn. The old normal of going to regular work, attending social events, dining out or having get-together have completely changed to the new normal of working from home, social distancing and having video calls. This has […]

HappleyFit Curry Leaves A Must Have Food For Diabetics

Curry Leaves: a Must Have Food for Diabetics

Curry leaves or widely called as Kadi Patta as called in India are leaves of the curry tree, Murraya koenigii are native to India and Sri Lanka. They are used in a variety of curry or rice preparations especially in the Southern parts of India. But did you know they have enormous nutritional and medicinal […]

HappleyFit 5 most common nutritional deficiency among Indian adults

5 most common Nutritional Deficiencies among Indian Adults

Nutrients are building blocks of our body. Macro and micronutrients play a variety of roles starting from metabolizing and providing energy, formation of blood cells, bones and muscles to providing immunity to fight diseases and many more. Nutritional requirement of every individual varies depending on factors like age, sex, medical conditions and physical activity. Most […]

World Food Safety Day, Food is not good if its not safe

Food is no Good, if it is not Safe!

Safe and hygienic food is as important as nutritious food. Food mishandling can make food unfit for consumption due to various reasons like contamination, spoilage or adulteration. The second World Food Safety Day (WFSD) will be celebrated on 7 June 2020, to draw attention and inspire action to help prevent, detect and manage foodborne risks, […]