Are You Using Top Indian Super Foods?

Are You Using Top Indian Super Foods?

Are You Using Top Indian Super Foods?

Are You Using Top Indian Super Foods?

Are you in a western culture adoption loop? Or Are you using these top Indian superfoods?

Olive oil, Kale, Quinoa, Broccoli, etc are the food items that have made their way through our Instagram and Facebook feeds and our kitchens in the name of the healthiest options and once again the loop of adapting to western culture has emerged.

Discover what's already in your kitchen to help you strive better mentally, physically and even spiritually. Yes, discover these Indian superfoods, grab them and use them immediately!




An Indian snack that can be a great alternative to popcorn with similar texture, Makhana or popped lotus flower seeds is healthy. Wonder why?

Why is Makhana is a part of every weight loss diet? Why Makhana is Indian superfood?

 Well, just like any other fat-burning food, Makhana, superfood in Indian kitchen, is a good source of protein, carbohydrates, fibre, magnesium, potassium, iron, and zinc.

Magnesium is responsible to heal people suffering from heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity.

A natural flavonoid called kaempferol allows Makhana to be used as a portion of food to remain young. It acts as an anti-ageing agent and helps prevent inflammation in the body.


A tropical Indian fruit rich in protein, carbohydrates, calcium, vitamin A, B, C, copper, and potassium, the jackfruit can be consumed even in its raw form. 

Why Jackfruit is Indian superfood?

With high fibre content, jackfruit aids in easy digestion and improves bowel movements.

The Indian superfood is known to boost your immune system, improve thyroid, skin, and vision function.

Desi Ghee

There is a saying in North India, "Jo na kare maa, na kare payo, vo kare ghyo"

While we are running away from oily food, this century-old clarified desi ghee has been a part of the groceries is making the world follow the suit and applaud its magnificent properties.

What makes Desi Ghee the top Indian superfood?

Yes, Ghee is high in fat, yet recent lab studies have showcased how consuming ghee in adequate quantities can help control blood cholesterol.

Rich in antioxidants, Ghee acts as an aid for the absorption of vitamins and minerals from other foods, thereby boosting digestive health.

A rich source of butyric acid, ghee also helps in lowering inflammation and boosts immunity.


Turmeric is not only effective in giving that rich colour to Indian gravies, but this common Indian spice is a superfood loaded with health benefits.

What makes Tumeric the top Indian superfood?

Curcumin is an active component in turmeric known to help with inflammatory disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis as well as for eye and skin conditions and neurological disorders.

The spice we add to our dals and curries is also used as medicine with natural antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties to heal. A pinch of turmeric powder in a glass of warm milk before we go to sleep is an effective remedy to fight the common cold.

Fermented Food

Today, K-pop and K-drama are taking over the internet especially in India, and people are discovering kimchi, the famous fermented side dish as they explore Korean culture. But do you know, you don't have to go so far to experience tasty yet healthy fermented foods.

What makes fermented food the top Indian superfood?

Indian fermented food is superfoods like the unlimited range of pickles, Murabbas (fermented sweet fruits), Kanji (fermented sour drink) packed with digestion and are full of healthy probiotic that helps the body's immune system.

And if home-made yoghurt is a trailblazer as always.


If we look around in your kitchen, from the spice box to the other containers, seeds are a part of the Indian cuisine. Be it the basic cumin seeds (jeera) or less common names like flaxseeds (alsi), here are the different seeds and why they are top Indian superfoods:

  • Cumin Seeds (Zeera): With unique flavour, strong aroma, warm flavour, Zeera promotes digestion, improves diabetes, help in weight loss and is a rich source of iron.
  • Carom Seeds (Ajwain): This is another common name in the Indian spice box, known for its digestive properties to balance all the spices used in cooking. It is great for acidity, ear or toothache, arthritis pain and is also used as a mosquito repellent, skin cleanser, fighting bacteria and fungi and curing a common cold.
  • Mustard Seeds(Rai): Similar aroma to curry leaves, mustard seeds are a rich source of essential oils, minerals and vitamins. Rai is great to treat indigestion, asthma, migraine, and increase metabolism rates.
  • Flax Seeds (Alsi): Loaded with Omega-3, Alsi seeds are great for heart health and hair along with weight loss. They are rich in dietary fabric and high-quality protein.
  • Fenugreek Seeds (Methi): Methi or Fenugreek leaves are commonly consumed in India and other countries including Turkey, Persia, Ethiopia, and Egypt. They are great to soothe skin inflammation, injury, maintain blood sugar level, cure muscle pain, reduce fat mass, and balance cholesterol.

Now and then, when a picture pops up on your social media, of a smoothie or a bowl fo porridge with all International superfoods, create something from your kitchen, using the desi top Indian Superfoods.  

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