If you want to understand how to become better allies to people with disabilities, then join us at Embracing All Abilities: Including People with Disabilities at Work.
Your diet can make or break you. Here are a bunch of clever tips to get the most from your diet- by adding fruits!
Your diet can make or break you. Here are a bunch of clever tips to get the most from your diet – by adding fruits!
A bowl full of vibrant and colourful fruits, the gooey pulp, and the sweet and tangy flavourful juice is sure to lift your spirits up in minutes, appealing to all your senses. Red, blue, orange, yellow, green, brown, purple, black and white- all the hues can be found in the ‘hue’mongous list of fruits. Sweet, sour, tangy, citric – there is a flavour to tickle each and every taste bud. And the heavenly whiff that hits the nose as you bite into one!
Palatable to the tongue and pleasing to the eyes, fruits pack in a punch and a whole lot of nutrients, bearing a testimony to nature’s bounty. All of us know/hear/talk about an ideal, healthy diet being rich in fruits and greens. But do we know the multifarious benefits of fruits enough to include them in our daily diet? Here is a ready reckoner to the tender and juicy treats, their benefits, and ways to make them a part of your diet:
However, knowledge of these boons bestowed by the nature will amount to nothing if 2-3 servings of different fruits are not incorporated in your diet. The best thing about fruits is that you can nibble on them anytime, anywhere, and even on the move! Fruits can be made a part of your breakfast, brunch, snack time or even dessert. It is always best to have raw, uncut, thoroughly rinsed fruits to retain all the nutrients. But you can add a dash of variety to your diet by whipping up some fruit based recipes.
The knowledge of these boons bestowed by the nature will amount to nothing if 2-3 servings of different fruits are not incorporated in your diet.
Here are some tips to add a fruity zing to your life:
With the great Indian summers already here, it is the best time to make the most of the fresh produce of the season. So this summer, spoil yourself silly with these delicious fruity indulgences without any guilt!
Pic credit: Dave Emerson (Used under a CC license)
Women's Web is an open platform that publishes a diversity of views, individual posts do not necessarily represent the platform's views and opinions at all times.
Stay updated with our Weekly Newsletter or Daily Summary - or both!
Some time ago, Imtiaz Ali and Hansal Mehta respectively spoke of biopics of Madhubala and Meena Kumari. But do these biopics do justice to these women?
I recently came across a Reddit thread that discussed the fact that filmmaker Imtiaz Ali had announced making a biopic of Madhubala, and I wanted to explore this a little.
Of late, biopics based on the lives of beautiful but fatefully tragic women such as Lady Diana and Marilyn Monroe have created waves. Closer at home, we hear about the possibilities of biopics being made on the lives of Meena Kumari and Madhubala as well. These were hugely famous, stunningly beautiful women who were the heartthrobs of millions; who died tragically young.
A new Gallup poll reveals that up to 40% of Indian women are angry compared to 27% of men. This is a change from 29% angry women and 28% angry men 10 years ago, in 2012.
Indian women are praised as ‘susheel’, virtuous and to be emulated when they are obedient, ready to serve others and when they put the wishes of others before their own. However, Indian women no longer seem content to be in the constrictive mould that the patriarchy has fashioned for them. A Gallup poll looked at the issue of women’s anger, their worry, stress, sadness and found that women consistently feel these emotions more than men, particularly in India.
Please enter your email address