Pankaj's health challenge is

I want to eat healthy, but I do not have enough healthy recipes
Pankaj's Program Timeline
Day 21

iHealthU suggests...

Stuff it up!

Stuff it up!
Take that daily roti of yours and turn it into something mouthwatering. Stuff your whole wheat roti or paratha with veggies and treat yourself to wholesome, yummy Indian cuisine.

Benefit : A simple and healthy twist to staple Indian cuisine

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Day 20

iHealthU suggests...

Go Green!

Go Green!
Are you sick of those leafy vegetables leaving a bitter taste in your mouth? Load up on folates and vitamins while gorging on yummy leafy fare like Palak Paneer or Egg Palak with Rotis
Benefit : Instead of loading up on trans-fat, you've packed in vital nutrients

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Day 19

iHealthU suggests...

Keep it fresh

Keep it fresh
On your way back home today, stop by the market and load up your shopping bag with veggies like carrots, potatoes, capsicum etc. Fresh vegetables when cooked minimally are a great source of vitamins, fiber and other nutrients.
So go ahead, and try marinating those carrots in chicken broth or make a mixed vegetable bhaji to serve with your daily rotis.
Benefit : Loading up on the goodness of veggies while not compensating on the taste

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Day 18

iHealthU suggests...

Fix it

Fix it
As Indians, rice is something that forms an integral part of our diet. To eat healthy, you don't need to compensate on eating rice since it's a very rich source of carbohydrates.
Try our Healthy Pulao cooked with brown rice and lots of vegetables or tweak it by adding chicken and enjoy your everyday fix of rice.
Benefit : Whole grains are more nutritive than polished ones and taste better too!

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Day 17

iHealthU suggests...

Stir-fry your dinner

Stir-fry your dinner
Want to try something easy, colorful and crispy as a meal option? Then these recipes might just be God-Sent for you!
Stir-frying your dinner is not only a visual treat but with minimal oil it makes for a healthy and yummy supper alternative too! Pack on the goodness of vegetables with these two recipes.
Benefit : Stir-frying minimizes the greasiness, retaining the heat-sensitive nutrients

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Day 16

iHealthU suggests...

Bring out the roast

Bring out the roast
Who doesn't like crunchy food that's yummy too? Beside it being a simple and flavor-enhancing technique, roasting foods is one of the healthiest routes you could adopt. Today, try having a roasted side-dish with your chapati or phulka. Our picks are the Roasted Fish and the Roasted Brinjal which aren’t just healthy but delicious too.
Benefit : Roasting retains the nutritive value while enhancing the flavor.

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Day 15

iHealthU suggests...

Back to basics

Back to basics
How many times have you heard that 'a balanced diet is a healthy diet' and wondered what you could possibly eat? Your body needs an adequate supply of all the nutrients - be it carbohydrates, proteins, fiber or the much-dreaded fats!
Today, tweak your roti with the goodness of ragi and have it with Paneer Babycorn Masala or a Dry Chicken Curry.


Benefit : A balanced diet with all the nutrients makes for a healthy diet.

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Day 14

iHealthU suggests...

Stuff it up!

Stuff it up!
Take that daily roti of yours and turn it into something mouthwatering. Stuff your whole wheat roti or paratha with veggies and treat yourself to wholesome, yummy Indian cuisine.

Benefit : A simple and healthy twist to staple Indian cuisine

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Day 13

iHealthU suggests...

Go Green!

Go Green!
Are you sick of those leafy vegetables leaving a bitter taste in your mouth? Load up on folates and vitamins while gorging on yummy leafy fare like Palak Paneer or Egg Palak with Rotis
Benefit : Instead of loading up on trans-fat, you've packed in vital nutrients

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Day 12

iHealthU suggests...

Keep it fresh

Keep it fresh
On your way back home today, stop by the market and load up your shopping bag with veggies like carrots, potatoes, capsicum etc. Fresh vegetables when cooked minimally are a great source of vitamins, fiber and other nutrients.
So go ahead, and try marinating those carrots in chicken broth or make a mixed vegetable bhaji to serve with your daily rotis.
Benefit : Loading up on the goodness of veggies while not compensating on the taste

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Day 11

iHealthU suggests...

Fix it

Fix it
As Indians, rice is something that forms an integral part of our diet. To eat healthy, you don't need to compensate on eating rice since it's a very rich source of carbohydrates.
Try our Healthy Pulao cooked with brown rice and lots of vegetables or tweak it by adding chicken and enjoy your everyday fix of rice.
Benefit : Whole grains are more nutritive than polished ones and taste better too!

Oops... I missed it

Day 10

iHealthU suggests...

Stir-fry your dinner

Stir-fry your dinner
Want to try something easy, colorful and crispy as a meal option? Then these recipes might just be God-Sent for you!
Stir-frying your dinner is not only a visual treat but with minimal oil it makes for a healthy and yummy supper alternative too! Pack on the goodness of vegetables with these two recipes.
Benefit : Stir-frying minimizes the greasiness, retaining the heat-sensitive nutrients

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Day 09

iHealthU suggests...

Bring out the roast

Bring out the roast
Who doesn't like crunchy food that's yummy too? Beside it being a simple and flavor-enhancing technique, roasting foods is one of the healthiest routes you could adopt. Today, try having a roasted side-dish with your chapati or phulka. Our picks are the Roasted Fish and the Roasted Brinjal which aren’t just healthy but delicious too.
Benefit : Roasting retains the nutritive value while enhancing the flavor.

Oops... I missed it

Day 08

iHealthU suggests...

Back to basics

Back to basics
How many times have you heard that 'a balanced diet is a healthy diet' and wondered what you could possibly eat? Your body needs an adequate supply of all the nutrients - be it carbohydrates, proteins, fiber or the much-dreaded fats!
Today, tweak your roti with the goodness of ragi and have it with Paneer Babycorn Masala or a Dry Chicken Curry.


Benefit : A balanced diet with all the nutrients makes for a healthy diet.

Oops... I missed it

Day 07

iHealthU suggests...

Stuff it up!

Stuff it up!
Take that daily roti of yours and turn it into something mouthwatering. Stuff your whole wheat roti or paratha with veggies and treat yourself to wholesome, yummy Indian cuisine.

Benefit : A simple and healthy twist to staple Indian cuisine

Oops... I missed it

Day 06

iHealthU suggests...

Go Green!

Go Green!
Are you sick of those leafy vegetables leaving a bitter taste in your mouth? Load up on folates and vitamins while gorging on yummy leafy fare like Palak Paneer or Egg Palak with Rotis
Benefit : Instead of loading up on trans-fat, you've packed in vital nutrients

Oops... I missed it

Day 05

iHealthU suggests...

Keep it fresh

Keep it fresh
On your way back home today, stop by the market and load up your shopping bag with veggies like carrots, potatoes, capsicum etc. Fresh vegetables when cooked minimally are a great source of vitamins, fiber and other nutrients.
So go ahead, and try marinating those carrots in chicken broth or make a mixed vegetable bhaji to serve with your daily rotis.
Benefit : Loading up on the goodness of veggies while not compensating on the taste

Oops... I missed it

Day 04

iHealthU suggests...

Fix it

Fix it
As Indians, rice is something that forms an integral part of our diet. To eat healthy, you don't need to compensate on eating rice since it's a very rich source of carbohydrates.
Try our Healthy Pulao cooked with brown rice and lots of vegetables or tweak it by adding chicken and enjoy your everyday fix of rice.
Benefit : Whole grains are more nutritive than polished ones and taste better too!

Oops... I missed it

Day 03

iHealthU suggests...

Stir-fry your dinner

Stir-fry your dinner
Want to try something easy, colorful and crispy as a meal option? Then these recipes might just be God-Sent for you!
Stir-frying your dinner is not only a visual treat but with minimal oil it makes for a healthy and yummy supper alternative too! Pack on the goodness of vegetables with these two recipes.
Benefit : Stir-frying minimizes the greasiness, retaining the heat-sensitive nutrients

Oops... I missed it

Day 02

iHealthU suggests...

Bring out the roast

Bring out the roast
Who doesn't like crunchy food that's yummy too? Beside it being a simple and flavor-enhancing technique, roasting foods is one of the healthiest routes you could adopt. Today, try having a roasted side-dish with your chapati or phulka. Our picks are the Roasted Fish and the Roasted Brinjal which aren’t just healthy but delicious too.
Benefit : Roasting retains the nutritive value while enhancing the flavor.

Oops... I missed it

Day 01

iHealthU suggests...

Back to basics

Back to basics
How many times have you heard that 'a balanced diet is a healthy diet' and wondered what you could possibly eat? Your body needs an adequate supply of all the nutrients - be it carbohydrates, proteins, fiber or the much-dreaded fats!
Today, tweak your roti with the goodness of ragi and have it with Paneer Babycorn Masala or a Dry Chicken Curry.


Benefit : A balanced diet with all the nutrients makes for a healthy diet.

Oops... I missed it