The High Road

Eating Fit: Fruit Snack
Fruits! We loved them when we were  children and we still grew up to love them, well most of us do. You might have a preference for some fruits more than others, but that is how choice works. However, did...
Eat or Skip - Cheat Meals
  Cheat Meals. There is something so alluring and tempting about cheat meals that it becomes a craving. This becomes truer when we start following a healthy lifestyle. To put a comedic twist to Shakespeare’s quote, “To eat or not...
Eating Fit - Carbohydrate snack
Carbohydrates are one of the most common nutrients known to our planet. They could possibly be the single most consumed nutrient in every country and plays a big role in the Indian diet. Carbohydrates provide the body with a source...
Eating Fit - Protein Kick
We all know how important micronutrients like vitamins and minerals are. However, tracking macronutrients such as proteins, carbohydrates and fats is just as important. They make a major part of our diets and it is necessary to balance them all...
Eating Fit - Salads
We previously busted all the myths on salads and how they are one of the most beneficial additions to a balanced diet. But you may be wondering what makes a good salad? We spoke to our favorite coach Shubhag Rao...
Eat or Skip - Breakfast
The word ‘breakfast’, when broken down literally means breaking your fast. Your body should be at rest, ideally for 7-9 hours every day. When you go all this time without eating, it leaves you feeling hungry in the morning. This...
Eat or Skip - Salads
Tofu, low-fat paneer, beans or skinless chicken are some ingredients that will help make your salad filling, substantial and tasty, when included in salads
Proteins are okay, but what about vitamins and minerals?
Proteins, carbohydrates and fats are necessary but what about vitamins and minerals? Here is the comprehensive guide to the importance and sources of micronutrients.