Indian Superfoods: Include These 5 Superfoods to Improve Your Health
Indian foods can be superfoods too. Whenever we hear the term 'superfoods,' we think of exotic, foreign things like kale, broccoli, etc. Due to lack of awareness about Indian foods, or maybe we associate 'cool' with only imported and foreign things, we usually overlook the high nutrition content and merits of Indian foods.
However, a glance at the average Indian meal will tell you that Indian foods that are common in our country have also gained overwhelming popularity worldwide as superfoods.
Here is a list of Indian superfoods that are known to improve diet when incorporated as a part of a balanced and healthy diet:
Readily available in every Indian household, Turmeric has gained widespread popularity because of its medicinal properties and its potential to combat inflammation. Regular consumption of turmeric can improve diet, promote the healthy functioning of the cardiovascular system, help fight certain cancers, and detox the liver. The best and easiest way to include Turmeric in your diet is to mix Satvic Foods' Golden Milk Masala with your regular milk and have it before bed.
Amla/ Indian Gooseberry
Loaded with vitamin C and high antioxidant properties, Amla can improve eyesight, regulate blood sugar levels, and fight disorders like anemia and gestational diabetes. Amla is excellent for promoting hair, skin, and nail growth.
Primarily consumed during summer, curd fulfills almost 20% of our calcium needs. Regular consumption of curd can help strengthen bones and muscles, boost immunity, improve digestion, and also help in improving cardiovascular health.
Nuts are a rich source of minerals, amino acids (proteins), fiber, and vitamins and are very helpful in restoring bone health. To eat healthily, include nuts in your daily diet. You can also try Satvic Foods’ Protein Dry Fruits Ball, which provides a convenient nutrition source for almonds, cashews, walnuts, dates, and several natural seeds.
In Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is referred to as Rasayana, which means it helps lengthen our lifespan. Even modern medicine classifies ashwagandha as an adaptogen that helps the body adapt to stress. The herb is also well-known for its rejuvenating and therapeutic properties.
Improve Diet With Indian Foods
Indian foods have high nutrition content, are available in abundance, and significantly improve digestion, boost health and promote weight loss. An article by Vikram hospital also talks extensively about the benefits of including these Indian superfoods in our daily diet.
So before trying those expensive exotic foreign superfoods, we request our readers to give these affordable and easily available Indian foods a fair try.