5% off on Axis bank Credit and Debit EMI and 1 more promotion. The Great Indian Diet. by Shilpa Shetty Kundra. Paperback · You Save: 58 ( Shilpa Shetty, a health-freak and fitness expert, collaborates with international health expert and holistic nutritionist Luke Coutinho to present the book, 'The. The Great Indian Diet: Busting the big FAT MYTH by [Shetty, Kundra Shilpa . Its a great book,lot of information about Indian food which we know but neglecting it Yoga. Diet. Cooking. Fitness. See more. Is this helpful? Yes.

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Check out Shilpa's Yoga reviews, ratings, browse wide selection of blu-ray, Shilpa Shetty (Actor), Manish Jha (Director) Rated: U (Universal) Format: Video CD. Shilpa Shetty who is an avid yoga practitioner has launched her new The actress has previously shared her diet secrets in a book titled, 'The. Shilpa Shetty has maintained her toned figure, flawless skin, slender waistline, lustrous hair, stunning body and gorgeous look with aging because of her fitness .

Benchmarked in the top ten leading nutritionists across India and one of the top ten personal trainers across the country, Luk Shilpa Shetty Kundra is a popular Bollywood actor, model, entrepreneur and health enthusiast. A yoga believer, she produced a yoga DVD, and was first amongst actors making yoga 'cool'. Since making her debut in the film Baazigar, she has appeared We want your feedback! Click here. Subjects Fiction Literature.

Will soon recommend this to my friends and also ask my sister in law who will help me with cooking and diet scheduling ;. May 09, Swati rated it it was ok Shelves: Why would I give less rating to this hyped book.. There is no reference, nothing about the mentioned facts..

Without any valid references, its hard for me to believe anything written on it, even though when its correct! I like how she breaks the food category and explains about the active component and how the later helps.

Overall gave me information on Indian food, most of which we already know. It's a nice book but strictly an one time read. Feb 08, Gopalakrishnan rated it liked it. I was pretty apprehensive while downloading the book as mostly the books by celebrities has its own way of deviating from the focus of communicating the idea to self-advertising vehicle.

Thankfully this was not a complete one such book. Luke is one important person I personally follow and was pretty much eager to know what has he brought to the table. The book starts with giving great inputs about certain indigenous foods and how to take it.

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Sometimes we do take foods in a wrong manner which defeats the purpose of the food on the first hand. The authors have slowly introduced the foods and methods to take those foods.

This in a way gives you a good idea of living healthily with just Indian foods. In the age of westernisation books like these gives a glimmer of hope for local sustainability. On a holistic point of view, these books can help in striking a balance in food consumption. Having said all that, I find this book to have a little slower pace and I am unable to agree with all the points mentioned in the book.

The first thing that came to my mind when reading this book is the work of Rujuta Diwekar. Although many of the thoughts of both the nutritionists align they do differ at certain points drastically. Rujuta's books on similar subjects can hold your interest with many real-life examples while this struggles a bit on that account.

Secondly, few foods are said to be healthy while the facts about that a not elaborately explained. Also saying Fructose cause no harm or helps in diabetes is not making any sense.

And also suggesting fruits as a dessert too is a bit harmful. What makes this book readable and likeable is bringing people back to their roots. Also, This is a good book for beginners to get an idea about the diet with Indian foods. The key points discussed in this book are cut out processed foods, eat locally grown foods and differentiate good and bad fats.

Opt for local oils and use in moderation. Also above all keep your calorie intake in your mind. Despite the title being Great Indian Diet, the authors have included a few foreign names such as Stevia, Oats and so on into the diets along with the regular Indian staples. A good read and you can know a bit more about the Indian Staple foods along with some recipes and a model diet chart. Apr 02, Apurva rated it liked it. I picked this book up because I wanted to lose weight without involving anything that said 'gluten free, paleo keto' etc.

If you google weight loss or diet you will find so much information that it is actually overwhelming. Every article will tell you something totally different.

You will find everything from a banana only diet to a green juice diet for 'amazing' results. I found all this very confusing especially because everyone was raving about things like avocado on multigrain toast and I've I picked this book up because I wanted to lose weight without involving anything that said 'gluten free, paleo keto' etc.

I found all this very confusing especially because everyone was raving about things like avocado on multigrain toast and I've never even seen an avocado in my life.

Then I saw this book and was delighted. It is written in simple, easy to understand language which basically tells you that everything your grandma told you was right.

Ghee, jaggery ,mangoes, pickles are all great. Most Indian spices like turmeric, cumin, flaxseed alsi are even better.

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In other words, a simple home cooked desi meal is much better for your health than eating imported fruits or low-fat yogurt. So go forth fellow Indians and eat everything your mom makes to your heart's content. All those planning to shed some pounds or those who are already on weightloss journey can give this one a try. Unlike the previous book on food and nutrition I read, this one is completely different. Shilpa and Luke's concept of eating local might not be new to the readers but the way they present it in five segments is absolutely wonderful.

The book has all the basics a person needs to know about how to lead a healthy lifestyle with locally available and affordable foods.

Plus, the fourth chapter has some sample diet charts that would help the readers whip up their own. The book does mention adjusting m Unlike the previous book on food and nutrition I read, this one is completely different.

The book does mention adjusting macro and micro nutrients in everyday's foods, however it is not mentioned in the sample charts though. Apart from this, I like the whole arrangement of the book as well as the flawless language.

This book surely has the power to draw international readers who want to change their food habits to lead a better life.

Well, I am in nutrition majors from last 5 years, this book emphasizes on basic Indian foods and food habits. I would have rated it with more stars, had they cited the scientific rationale with the concepts.

Also, regarding the milk thing - no milk almond, soya etc etc etc can replace the 'milk'. Others are not milk, but the extracts. Yes the highlighted importance of whole grains and Indian spices is noteworthy. Additionally, the 'impressive' words should have been from Registered Dietitians Well, I am in nutrition majors from last 5 years, this book emphasizes on basic Indian foods and food habits. Additionally, the 'impressive' words should have been from Registered Dietitians and not from self-claimed dietitians, may be that could add explain more of scientific attitude of the book, because these days everyone is aware.

Aug 27, Kumar Satyam rated it really liked it.

This is my first book on diets and I can say confidently that I have learned a lot from this book. I have come to understand a lot about my daily diet and what should i eat to be energetic and healthy all the time and what food should I avoid.

This book is complete guide on Indian cuisine nutritional value.

The Great Indian Diet Book-By Shilpa Shetty Review

The writing was also interesting and page turner. I would have read more page if there would have been any.

Good insights The author has been an role model for this book and also experimented her diet herself and her family members. The glow and the health she exhibits makes her book truthfully and scientifically authentic. Must read for the ones who are health conscious and more for the unawares. Oct 15, Amit Thumar rated it it was amazing.

It seemed to have practical tips and insights for not only weight loss but overall healthy food. I will certainly try to follow the indian food and hope that others benefit from it as well. Processed junk food and it's harmful effects will certainly make readers avoid it and turn to indian traditional food. Nov 08, Shrinidhi Venkat rated it it was amazing.

While Indians reach out to all kind of imported health products, this book which is co-authored by a foreigner not an Indian gives in immense details on our food and culture. It's really a satisfactory read.

Are you kidding me? Vaccination causes cancer?! Good scientific knowledge It is very good book ,it gives us knowledge of carb,protien, vitamins scientifically, it gives us food knowledge, which food eat or not eat,it gives knowledge us to how to cook ,about ghee,oils,fruits.

Jan 10, Aneesha rated it liked it Shelves: This book makes us Indians proud of the foodstyle we have delegated from generation to generation.

This book is an eye opener and it's a worth read. I was not able to do some things that I used to do earlier as I had put on 20 kilos.

I realised this one day when I bent to pick up Viaan. More than about not being fat it was about being fit. Fortunately, I had a good trainer. After five-and-a-half months of exercise I had lost 18 kilos.

In an interview with India Today, the actor delved into the archives of her mind, and revealed endearing nuances from her childhood, which made her addicted to Indian food, in the first place. Simple dal-chawal with two spoons of ghee, a fish fillet and a veggie—and her lunch is sorted! Shedding some light on the same, she quoted, "My palate is very middle class, my lunch has to be Indian food no matter where I am and what I'm eating otherwise.

I spent most of my first five years with Amma maternal grandmother as my parents were both working at the time. She had magic in her hands and the simplest food she cooked was simply delicious.

She'd make the most mouthwatering tomato saar curry and even a simple serving of steamed French beans with just a chaunk tempering of mustard seeds and curry leaves, with some grated coconut on top—had such a generous dose of love that it tasted amazing!

However, the fitness inspiration detests dieting, and in the introduction to her book, she shares why—"The word diet makes the mind believe that the body is being deprived, and this deprivation leads to cravings.

For instance, during fasts, I start to crave all kinds of things.It's in the mind. Jokes aside, it has some sound advice. With a body like hers, she has definitely tried her hand at everything. Like Loading To enhance your stability, you could stretch out your arms on your sides and place them on a wall beside you for maximum support. It is written in simple, easy to understand language which basically tells you that everything your grandma told you was right.

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