Healthy Indian Food and Nutrition

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Use these resources to:

  • Prevent chronic disease, like diabetes and overweight

  • Maintain long-term weight control

  • Try delicious, traditional Indian foods

  • Learn how to use nutrition as medicine

  • Access valuable, free resources in Hindi and English

Healthy Indian Recipes

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Don’t miss out on these mouth-watering traditional Indian recipes as well as some of our favorite Western-style recipes.

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This helpful recipe resource provides six cholesterol-free, low-fat, and fiber- rich meals for you to try with your family. They are similar to your regular meals, but with a healthful twist. Give these foods a try, and check out your local restaurant for inspiration.

Use this factsheet to learn about why dairy products are harmful to health.

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Use this factsheet to learn how to prevent and reverse diabetes with a plant-based diet. And find delicious and healthful traditional and Western-style recipes.
 

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The Ingredient Substitution Chart can be used to find alternatives to meat and dairy products and eggs.

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Join us on Facebook to stay up to date with the latest research on nutrition. We offer recipes, nutrition information, and more!  

 

 

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Have family and friends who speak Hindi?

Here are a few nutrition resources available in India’s national language.

   

 

Nutrition resources for physicians

Physician Resources

Are you a health care professional? Click here for scientific evidence and patient education tools.

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"These resources are helping people all over India. Join me in this effort. Get involved now!"

Zeeshan Ali, Ph.D., Kickstart India Program Specialist

   

 

 

Kickstart India Advisory Board Members

  • Anil Narang, Enam India Asset Management

  • Naren Bakshi, International Venture Group

  • Anil Godhwani, Habitera

  • Nandita Shah, L.C.E.H., SHARAN

  • Pratiksha Gandhi, M.D., Institute of Preventive Cardiology