Onam signifies the unity of various castes and religions through the joy of flowers and grand feasts. Onam preparations kick off with Atham and culminate on the 10th day with Ponnonam, highlighted by the sumptuous Onam sadhya — the hearty spread. Amidst the festivities, here are some quick tips for a healthier version of sadhya to deal with diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol.
Krish Ashok, author of Masala Lab: The Science of Indian Cooking speaks to Happiest Health on the best biryani, algorithm to find credible information and why eating home-cooked food is any day better than eating out.
We asked parents in Bengaluru what they like giving their kids for breakfast, lunch and snacks. Do they go by what the children demand? Do they give ultra-processed food or do they choose something made at home? Here's what they said.
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