Indian foods are quite popular all over the world for its amazing flavors. The wide variety of spices and condiments used in Indian cuisines not only make the food delicious but also nutritious and healthy. Many dieters often avoid typical Indian foods since most of the dishes are spicy, and prepared with excessive oil or butter. However, there are certain Indian foods that can actually help you to lose weight if you use the right ingredients and select a healthy cooking method. Read more... View Thread
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