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“Chana masala, baingan bharta, palak paneer, chapati or roti, [and] cucumber raita would be some of my recommendations for a healthy meal,” says Sheth.
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Comfort food means different things to different people, but for many of us, they’re rooted in tradition—they’re the kind of foods we grew up on, that we’ve learned to associate with these feel-good emotions.
Vandana Sheth, author of My Indian Table and a registered dietitian, explains how nutritional guidelines based on Western dietary patterns can be adapted for traditional Indian cuisine.
Healthy eating doesn’t have to be reserved for “when you have the time.”
Carefully planning your meals and changing eating behavior are the most difficult aspects of improving your health.