Posts Tagged ‘Rujuta Diwekar’

We live in times of food confusion. For simple questions like ‘how can I stay healthy?’, ‘what should I eat?’ there are tons of complicated answers, most of them contradicting each other. Health is not an instant revolution. Any diet plan or fitness routine that aims to make you healthy must be effortless,...

February has been the month of love and Sourav Ganguly at Juggernaut. Here are the most-read books our readers loved on the Juggernaut app. The top five books for the month of Feb are… Rice: The Grain That Sustains by Rujuta Diwekar • Announcing The End by Sourav Ganguly • A Century Is Not...

Aliv is full of so many miracles that sometimes it strikes me as a tragedy that its benefits are not fully known or celebrated. Traditionally, grandmas would soak these seeds in coconut water and then cook them with grated coconut, ghee and jaggery and roll them into bright red laddoos. These laddoos are the ultimate...

The very virtue of jackfruit, its heady sweetness, has won it the reputation of being a fattening or a sugary fruit. We would rather talk of blueberries and kiwi or say things like an apple a day…for health and weight loss. There is more prestige associated in taking exotic fruits than native ones. Bangladesh though...

Here are the top 10 books on Juggernaut this February

जगरनॉट से प्रकाशित आपकी पसंदीदा किताबें अब हिंदी में भी उपलब्ध हैं! Your favourite Juggernaut Books are now available in Hindi!

Here are the top 10 books on Juggernaut in January

The addition of ghee to your meals reduces the glycaemic index of food. Now I know you went off ghee the minute you were declared diabetic but this is based on reduction of calories without giving a damn about where these calories come from and how they affect your blood sugar levels. PCOD, diabetes and obesity arise...

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