Flavourful Recipe of Central India to Boost Fertility
September 6, 2022
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Apart from providing the basic essential nutrients, few foods have special qualities, hence making them superfoods. Various food groups that are rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, fibres, high biological protein, multivitamins and other micronutrients are said to have a greater impact on improving overall health along with boosting fertility for both men and women.
Foods to avoid/restrict :
Foods rich in trans-fats and saturated fats.
Foods rich in sugar content.
Refined foods like Maida, cornstarch, sugar, white rice, etc.
Excessive intake of caffeine and alcohol leads to dehydration affecting the cervical fluid levels.
Also Read : Eating fast food leads to infertility in women and hurts pregnancy
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1 Ripened Guava (Seeds removed)
1 cup Roasted Makhana
200 ml Milk
2 tbsp Flaxseed
Blend all the ingredients until smooth in a blender
Transfer into a juice glass and enjoy.
Add crushed ice or water (if required).
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With so much diversity in culture and tradition, India still stands secure together as food brings them together. Along with the great taste, Indian food always proves to be highly nutritious. India’s unique ingredients like spices, dry fruits, millets, cereals, dal, etc. make any cuisine complete. As it is always important to give preference to locally available foods, Central India’s recipes prove to be sumptuous and packed with a variety of nutrients.
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Written by :
Shivani Bavalekar, Vashi
Divya R, Kanakapura Road
Pooja Kedia, Whitefield
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