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Low Veg Glycemic Index recipes


Last Updated : Apr 02,2018




Low Veg Glycemic Index Recipes, Indian Veg low GI Recipes

When you see a lean or fit person, you know that they have understood what food does to the human body. Its not a fluke. Over many years, they have eaten correctly and more important they have exercised on a regular basis. That takes us to the issue of correct eating. We will explain the best Indian foods to have in your low GU Veg diet and present you with a list of Healthy Recipes.
 

What is Glycemic Index?

Well, for one, the glycemic index isn't just some random diabetic diet you can find online or in a book somewhere. It's actually a scientific system to deal with your blood sugar levels. Always keep in mind that spikes in the body sugar levels can be devastating for health! Basically the glycemic index ranks carbohydrates on a scale of 0 to 100, and it's based on how they can raise your blood sugar levels after you eat. Foods with a higher GI level are digested faster, and therefore create a spike in your blood sugar levels. However, foods with a lower ranking are digested much slower. This allows the sugars to gradually be introduced in the body, and that means no spiking of the levels.

What is Low Glycemic Index Food?

A food with a glycemic index of less than 55 is considered a Low Glycemic food while 56 to 69 is Moderate and over 70 is considered High. Most of the vegetables, dals and legumes, nuts, oilseeds, milk and products and some fruits are relatively low on GI.
 

Avoid Processed Foods and Packaged Foods

As far as possible, try and eat home based food. You know what you are cooking and over time it is common sense of what to have and what not to. The biggest culprit is SUGAR which creates major inflammation in the body once its consumed and will raise your blood sugar rapidly and shut down your fat burning. The other obvious things to avoid are cornflour, maida and potatoes. Most packaged food has hidden ingredients like fructose corn syrup which is nothing but hidden sugar and then lots of preservatives which you may have not even heard off.
 

Low Glycemic Index Veg Breakfast Recipes

You can make some healthy paratha like Green Pea Paratha with a tasty raita like Pudhina Raita and a cool glass of Chaas for a complete breakfast. We have lots of options availabe at Low Glycemic Index Veg Breakfast Recipes.
 

Low Glycemic Index Veg Lunch Recipes

We can avoid maida and cornflour for our lunch options. Try this Paneer Methi Roti or a Whole Wheat Roti with some the Punjabi favourite Palak Paneer and some Onion Raita. Another interesting option is to try our range of Healthy lunch salads which are a meal by itself. Try this Anitoxidant salad rich in Vitamin C called Kale Masoor Salad. We have lots of options availabe at Low Glycemic Index Veg Lunch Recipes.
 

Low Glycemic Index Veg Dinner Recipes

The base of every Indian dinner is a good Whole Wheat Roti with some good Subzis. Try some Stir Fried Bhindi with Onion Raita. Loads of combinations given here Low Glycemic Index Veg Dinner Recipes.
 

Low Glycemic Index Veg Snacks, Starters

Snacks must be had through the day as you really dont want to be left without food in your bosy. We want to maintian of insulin levles constant when awake and nothing like a healthy snack. Try some Homemade Almond Butter which has good fat and protein and can be carried to work or holidays. Then you can have the Red Capsicum Carrot Apple Juice which is good for your EYES and rich in Vitamin A. Try this Fibre rich Green Apple Papaya Smoothie which will give you sustained energy. Check here for more recipes on Low Glycemic Index Veg Snacks


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Recipe# 3592
16 Jul 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This is the real thing - a healthy snack that is full of protein, calcium and fibre. You'll be amazed at how easily this traditional Gujarati dish can be made 'healthy' by skipping the oil that is considered so essential to cook them. They also make a great travelling snack, as they stay well for ....
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Recipe# 35023
30 Jun 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
Let’s give a healthy twist to the evergreen Aloo Tikki! Using sprouted moong increases the nutrient-value by at least 15 per cent, while coriander and mint give an aromatic spin to the tale. Serve these fibre-rich Sprouts Tikkis hot and crisp, as soon as you prepare them. Serve with
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Recipe# 40159
30 Jun 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
A unique dosa that is made with a fermented batter of soaked and ground urad combined with the right proportions of four readymade flours, the 4 Flour Dosa is super tasty and notably satiating! Rather than using high glycemic index rice, this sumptuous pancake is made with fibre-rich flours li ....
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Recipe# 22796
25 Jun 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
Palak or saag is one of the favourite leafy vegetables in north Indian households. They use the versatile palak in a variety of preparations such as raita, gravy and even kofta!
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Recipe# 38028
11 Jun 18

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by Tarla Dalal
Diabetic-friendly ingredients like chana dal and cabbage, flavoured elegantly with mint leaves and cumin seeds powder, make brilliant tikkis! The crispness of the Chana Dal and Cabbage Tikki brought about by the interplay of chana dal and curds is indeed remarkable, but must be had fresh off the tav ....
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Recipe# 37774
13 Jun 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Paneer capsicum stir-fry, a great combination of paneer and capsicum stir fried with other vegetables and Indian herbs to give that special taste. Worth a try !
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Recipe# 5286
21 Jun 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
Oats are a rich source of soluble fibre 'beta-glucan', which is a potent cholesterol-lowering agent. Serve these rotis hot with fresh low-fat curds (dahi) or a cholesterol-friendly subzi for a really healthy treat.
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Recipe# 42153
31 May 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The Oatmeal Almond Milk with Oranges is not a typical breakfast. It is a meal-in-a-jar that is unbelievably easy to make but exceptionally nutritious too! All you need to do is put all the ingredients into a jar, give it a shake and stow it into the fridge. After it sits there for a few hours, i ....
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Recipe# 42308
26 Mar 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This super-duper lunch salad, loaded with the goodness of millets, veggies and greens, is bound to gain you lots of compliments and enthuse your colleagues also to make a healthy shift towards salad lunches ! An exciting medley of jowar, kale le ....
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Recipe# 32991
04 May 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
Fruit and Vegetable Salad with Low Calorie Thousand Island dressing, not just for weight-watchers, but for everybody. This delicious salad also contains all the vitamins A and C needed for the eyes and a glowing complexion. Eating raw fruits and vegetables preserves both fibre and other nutrients.
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Recipe# 42228
06 Jul 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
This is surely one of the yummiest ways to enjoy fresh and crisp broccoli! Marinated with lemon juice and black pepper, and then grilled to perfection, the Grilled Broccoli has a nice texture and fabulous flavour, with spicy and tangy tones. This delicious treat is also equally healthy, being ri ....
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Recipe# 41964
26 Mar 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The all-time favourite South Indian snack appam features here with a healthy twist. We have combined two wholesome flours with grated pear to make a naturally-sweet batter. Laced with cardamom and honey and cooked with ghee in an appe mould, the Jowar an ....
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Recipe# 41610
25 Jun 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Homely and quick, this is a no-fuss recipe that you can make on any day. It is made with everyday ingredients and the all-time favourite vegetable bhindi. And most importantly, it tastes awesome! Try serving it to your family and nobody will believe that it was so easy and quick. The Stir-Fried ....
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Recipe# 4660
24 Apr 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Fibre, calcium, protein and loads of energy come together in a tasty roti flavoured with spring onions and green chillies! jowar pyaz ki roti is a gluten-free, cholesterol-free recipe that you can prepare even every day. You just need a spot of practice in flattening the dough with your palms, or al ....
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