Some most unhealthy Indian foods,that you should try to avoid eating

Super Unhealthy Indian Food Staples That Need To Be Replaced

Eating healthy is often hastily associated with just weight loss. However, even if you are not overweight, it always helps to cut down on unhealthy foods.And to imagine replacing that evening samosa with a salad leaves most of us with a giant lump in our throats. Luckily, one doesn’t have to go always take such extreme measures.

DHOKLA vs SAMOSA

Calories: 136 Calories: 308

Carbs: 18gm Carbs: 32gm

Protein: 9gm Protein: 5gm

Fat:10gm Fat:18gm

“Two pieces of dhokla instead of a fatty samosa will cut your calories in half without leaving you overstuffed,”

IDlI vs VADA

IDlI vs VADA

Calories:50 Calories: 350

Carbs: 25gm Carbs: 60gm

Fats: 2gm Fats: 8gm

Just because you’r opting for a lighter snack, doesn’t mean you consume triple the amount you generally would.

RASGULLA vs SOOJI KA HALWA

Calories: 100 Calories: 450

Fat: 4gm Fat: 25gm

Carbs: 48gm Carbs: 80gm

The good news is you don’t have to forgo it. Simply go with a sticky rasgulla instead of the super heavy sooji ka halwa.

TANDOORI CHICKEN vs BUTTER CHICKEN

Calories: 230 Calories:450

Fat: 7gm Fat: 30gm

“Though your protein and carb intake stays the same (30gm and 10gm respectively), you’re doing away with a fair amount of fat intake,” says Dr Sharma. This makes Tandoori chicken is an ideal meal for those looking to gain muscle weight.

BHELPURI vs CHAAT PAPRI

Carbs: 40gm Carbs: 60gm

Protein: 3gm Protein: 18gm

Calories: 180 Calories: 380

Fats: 2gm Fats: 10gm

If you have a hankering for some street style chaat, bhel puri’s your friend. It also comes sans any helpings of old dahi which drastically reduces your chances of falling ill.

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