There is nothing better than to start a day by gaining some knowledge.
So we have started a series called #didyouaddvegetables. Today we talk about sweet potato and what we at #snaximum made of it.
Sweet potatoes are high in Vitamin B6, which reduces chances of many degenerative problems in the body
They are a good source of Vitamin C, which is good for cold and flu but it also aids digestion, blood cell formation and bone and...
Why are Makhanas good as a snack?
Makhana or fox nuts or called lotus seeds, is a water crop heavily grown in Eastern Asia. Having medicinal properties, they have been in use for more than 3000 years!
They are perfect as an in-between snack. An in-between snack is to make sure you don't feel hungry in between 2 meals.
They are low on cholesterol and low in saturated fats.
They are high on magnesium. Magnesium helps increase energy, calms nerves, helps with digestion, prevents migraine (Yeah, this is important for those who work a lot).
Makhanas are low on...
What is a perfect product... we have often wondered? Something that will be the awesomest thing in the world for everyone who has it. While articles have been written that there is no such thing, we always like to think otherwise.
While it's true that each person comes with his/her own parameters in judging a product, there has got to be something that rises above all this and comes across as a perfect product.
The answer is simple. It's undoubtedly 'Food'.
It is the only commodity that caters to all 5 senses, if you give it a deeper thought.
Makhana or fox nuts are one of the healthiest snacking items available. It sort of tastes like popcorn, but is possibly 50 times healthier (For a full health benefit, see link given below).
Which means we had to figure some twist to this amazing snack item, keeping up our #twistintraditional ethos. Seeing they already come in a a few flavours of the shelves, we decided to do something a little more interesting.
We decided to make the Makhana travel! Seeing India is such a diverse set of cultures, traditions, people and cuisines, we figured why not let the Makhana discover...