A ground-breaking book that introduces you to simple, wholesome, delicious drinks.
ABOUT THE BOOK ( INR295, 192PP)
Discover how papaya can help you have a healthy gut.
Learn how to burn fat with a three-ingredient juice.
Experience how kahwa can uplift your mood instantly.
There is ever-growing evidence that relatively simple principles help create a healthy lifestyle. And yet, we seem to be more confused than ever.
Acclaimed nutritionist Lovneet Batra shows you how easy it is to become healthy, happy and glowing! Her book, 50 Desi Super Drinks, is a vibrant guide that takes you on an adventure to heal yourself naturally and introduces you to the exciting world of Indian super drinks. Delicious, simple and nourishing, these super drinks serve as natural remedies for more than 100 conditions ranging from anaemia, excess weight, chronic fatigue, irritable bowel syndromes, headaches and so much more. Not just that, these desi elixirs can also be your energy booster, beauty shot, anti-ageing solution, memory booster and even hangover cure!
The book contains 50 perfectly balanced, delicious drink recipes that can be made in minutes.
So, find the perfect drink and sip your stress and those extra pounds away!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Young, active and accomplished, LOVNEET BATRA is one of Delhi’s most insightful nutritionist, columnist and former host of Restaurant Spy by India Today Group. She has been the celebrity host for various television shows on NDTV, History, India Today, etc.
Founder of Nutrition by Lovneet, she holds a BS and MS in Dietetics and believes in a sustainable, ‘no deprivation’ approach to a meaningful, long-lasting lifestyle makeover. Her unparalleled knowledge and experience in the field of Sport Nutrition has earned her a long-term association with the Sports Authority of India. In the Commonwealth and Asian Games 2014, she played a key role as official nutritionist to various Indian teams such as Boxing, Cycling, Gymnastics, Hockey (Girls), etc.
Going beyond fads and myths, she makes nutrition simple and straight. She constantly encourages her clients and readers to develop a healthy relationship with food. A nutritionist who believes good food and good health are best buddies, she begins her day with a paneer paratha (cottage cheese paratha) for breakfast because it keeps her happy, full and energized for the rest of the day. For her, nutrition is delicious and doable.