Saturday, August 31, 2013

How To Cut on Your Bad Fat Intake

According to different studies it has been proven that on average; women consume 29% more saturated fat than the recommended daily allowance. Therefore we have put together seven different healthy replacements for the uses of saturated fat, helping you to minimize its intake as much as possible.
1)      Olive oil: If you are used to frying potato chips with butter, then you can replace half a teaspoon of Butter with half a table spoon of olive oil, Making it not only more crunchy but healthier helping you to reduce 2 grams of the saturated fats intake.
2)      Homous: 2 table spoons of Ranch sauce can be replaced with equal amount of homous saving you 2 additional grams of saturated fat.
3)      Omelette: Instead of making omelette with 3 full eggs, try using 1 full egg and 3 egg whites, not only tasting really delicious, this replacement reduces your daily saturated fat intake by 3g.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Healthy Cooking Ideas for Weight Loss and Fitness

The ideas are rare and hard to understand when it comes to healthy cooking. Sometimes healthy usually translates into boring food items. The name health reminds us of hospital or clinic food that looks pale. When you tell your toddler or little ones to eat spinach because it is healthy they make faces. Broccoli, is something that the kids think to be a bad word. It is true that you must eat greens, cut down on fats and prefer a healthy routine diet to tasty ones.
But how possible is it considering the present scenario? You try to plan that from this Monday you will be eating only healthy food but you are not able to keep your promise. Either due to your kids or due to yourself or due to someone else. Therefore, it is essential that you maintain the plan without being obvious about it.
Healthy cooking should be combined with tasty cooking to make your dishes yummy. So, let’s take look at some ideas which will help you maintain a healthy diet regime.
Here, are the top Healthy Cooking Ideas for Your Hungry Stomach
1.  Eat Cottage Cheese:  Eating unsalted Cheese is good for your health. But it is no less tasty than any normal cheese. In fact, I personally find it to be extremely tasty. It is full of health benefits. It has got proteins, phosphorus, calcium and even vitamin B12.  So, you can make sandwiches out of cottage cheese, prefer eating it in kebabs along with other veggies.

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

My Fairy Tale Project : Freshrouge Founder Khadeja Ayead takes on Teaching Moral Stories to Children


Fairy tale stories are a must for almost all children. They are the first door to creativity and inspiration. In fact children take these stories on a more serious way by living those stories and hoping they would be those characters and be part of those fairy tales. When i was a child we were told to make our own fairy tales at school and it didn't go well at all! now please watch this little story my perception on how this could be a very negative approach that we have towards children. Hope you enjoy it and please do share your thoughts and stories with us too by viewing my fairytale project here!