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March 2012 Issue

Spice It Up with Healthy Indian Food

Much of Indian food is based on vegetables, beans, lentils, peas, whole grains, and spices, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s all good for you. While you can eat an extremely healthy diet of Indian food, be aware that India has many different regions, and they all have their own style of cooking. Some use more high-fat ingredients like coconut milk, cream, ghee (butter), and oil, while other regions rely on lighter, leaner vegetable- and bean-based entrees with simple grains.

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