Benefits of bitter taste

Bitter foods should be combined with other tastes in the sattvic method. Bitter foods help us to maintain the health of the small intestine and help to control bloating. Bitter foods could be the most healthy, and tasty thing for your body!

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Do we need sugar in our diet?

Do you know that sugar is one of the main reasons for obesity and other diseases? In this video, I share more information with you regarding how to cook delicious and healthy meals without using sugar.

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Molasses

Molasses is a sweet syrup that is separated from sugar during the refining process, when sugar is produced from sugar cane. It's often used for cooking and baking, but also as a health tonic because it contains iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and other minerals.

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Know more about Brown Sugar

Many of us use brown sugar as a substitute for white sugar assuming that it is a healthier alternative. Watch this video to learn more about how brown sugar is made and decide for yourself! Our sattvic method challenge helps you eat for your health, wellbeing, and consciousness.

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Jaggery- what is it?

Jaggery is a traditional sugar that has been used in India for centuries. It's a healthier alternative to regular sugar and it tastes really delicious! In this video I'll share how to use jaggery in your diet.

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Types of Sugars

More than 10 different kinds of sugar are available in the market today. Not all of them are created equal.This video provides you with more information regarding the types of sugars. Sattvic method provides you with tools and recipes to eat without additional sugar.

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Why Sattvic food?

Sattvic food is significantly different from eating organic food or produce. It is not the same as ayurvedic food. Understanding sattvic food encourages more in-depth thinking and grounding with the…

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