Thursday, 24 April 2014

Top 5 Healthy Chili Recipes that You can Try even in Summers

Summers are here and it’s essential to have something refreshing and cool, something which can beat the heat. Here in California nights are usually cold if compared to sunny day time and at times its really chilling. So it is important to have something soothing and appetizing for dinner.

Chili recipes are usually considered as a winter food because of its warmth and heat which keeps us warm during the cold weather. But what if you want to have chili recipe in summers, it’s not crime – right! Anyways after a long, tiring day at beach when you return home your family definitely look for something refreshing yet satisfying.

A chili recipe is a healthy recipe that we all know; you can easily make a nice warm bowl of chili especially on a rainy day. This recipe is so comforting that it actually relax your senses and also helps you to have a good sleep. At time, kids are allergic to beans or some people have the gastric issues having beans and spices, for them it is always advisable to have no-bean chili recipe.

In today’s post I will share 5 chili recipe that you can make in summers; it includes a vegan chili recipe, a no-bean chili recipe, vegetarian chili recipe and more. These recipes are not just healthy but are easy to make and scrumptious too.

Summers are here along with barbecuing, enjoying at beaches, having get together outdoors it’s important to hydrate your body and also not to forget to apply some suntan lotion before you go outside. Drink plenty of water and fruit juices and eat healthy. Nevertheless, let’s jot down the recipes – 

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Easy and Healthy Shrimp Recipe: Omelette

Shrimp recipes are always healthy! It’s rich in protein, tasty and got no fats in it. I personally enjoy shrimps a lot; it’s a versatile seafood and can be cooked in many ways. Moreover it’s healthy so it becomes quite an obvious meal in your family.

Shrimp may look like a tiny seafood; in fact it is considered as an insect in the sea. But don’t go on its size because it’s healthy. Shrimp has low-fat and low-calorie protein, i.e. a 4 ounce serving of shrimp provides 23.7 grams of protein for a little 112 calories and less than a gram of fat. Often shrimps are mistaken or given a bad repo that it contains high cholesterol content but from the studies done by many health organizations, it has been proved that shrimp cholesterol may not be that bad for you. Actually, it’s a good source of omega-3 fatty acids which reduce the risk of cardiovascular problems because it reduces cholesterol in the blood.

**Omega-3 fatty acids used to ease the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome which we all women face; avoid blood clots, prevent the development of rheumatoid arthritis, decelerates the growth of cancerous tumors, and also helps prevent Alzheimer's disease.