Buzzing Chadigarh (Poonam) Chandigarh, July 20, : When the flavor of unhealthy delectable delights allures your taste buds to satiate your hunger-pangs in the best way possible, you usually surrender; oblivious to the fathomless consequences of those unhealthy twists on your healthy & wellness. With the view to curb this menace, internationally renowned wellness expert, Namita Jain has come up with her latest recipe book, ‘Low Fat, Low Guilt’, which features a mixture of vegetarian and non-vegetarian recipes and most-common myths that we tend to follow.
“The recipes which have been featured are given healthy twists, while the calorific elements are kept to a minimum. It includes low-cal recipes of delicious soups, salads, wraps, toasts, rice dishes, pastas and dips, making healthy eating a pleasurable experience,” said Namita, a Mumbai based wellness expert.
She said that the recipes featured in the book use olive oil instead of butter, yogurt instead of mayonnaise, egg whites instead of whole eggs and whole grain instead of refined. It highlights the method in which food is cooked promotes healthy eating – steam, broil and lightly sauté instead of frying or over-cooking.
She said, these days most common fitness & wellness myths are that crash diets are the most effective way to lose weight, stating, although crash diets can result in large amounts of weight loss, it is muscle mass and water, not excess body fat that is lost.
‘Low Fat, Low Guilt’ provides an ideal insight into the challenges of dieters and includes healthy recipes and lifestyle tips interspersed with health advisories; making it a must-read for everyone alike. Felicitated with a Post Doctorate in wellness from Young Scientist University, America, the book stands testament to Namita’s rich knowledge & expertise in the field of health & wellness. Her latest book, ‘Low Fat, Low Guilt’ is available at all leading book stores pan India.