A hearty and satisfying soup - tastes as good without the bacon. Serve cold in summer or hot in winter.
An easy to make pea soup with the goodness of yogurt that can be served hot or cold.
Make a super healthy vegetable Zen Soup. It's rich and delicious! Eat it cold on a summer afternoon or warm on a winter's night and it will keep you going.
This is possibly the quickest of all soups we make at home, and along with my watermelon soup (below), it one of the coolest, most soothing summer dishes.
A thick, slushy smoothie with the goodness of bananas, honey and pumpkin seeds.
Healthy and hearty soup of beetroot and bottle gourd, tastes good hot or cold.
A chilled soup of melons, grape juice and lime.
A fresh and fruity soup made with watermelon, beetroot, orange juice and cream. Serve chilled on a summery day!
A salad with tuna, boiled pasta and eggs. Served cold with a light dressing.
Add some color to your palate with this fresh and light-tasting cold salad. A quick and easy breakfast salad with paneer, corns and potatoes. Garnish with honey and red wine dressing.
Eating Vitamin D supplements helps protect against cold and flu, along with tackling high levels of Vitamin D deficiency, according to the study conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital
Should you really avoid dairy when you have cold? Or is it just one of those myths that everyone believes to be true? Lets find out.
Have you ever wondered how cold pressed oils are made? How are they different from refined oils that we use in the kitchens to cook food and do they even make for a healthy alternative ...
According to a study done by University of Helsinki in Finland, taking larger doses of Vitamin C may significantly help in reducing the duration of the viral infection.
Readily available over-the-counter cough and cold medications can do your kid more harm than good, warn Canadian researchers.
Here are 5 amazing home remedies for cold you need to try, immediately.W e've spoken to experts and compiled 5 home remedies that will bring you great relief, quickly.
As we enter cold and flu season, let's dig into some modern myths about the common cold.
People are more likely to catch a cold in cool-weather conditions due to lower immune response to viruses, a new study suggests.
A UK-based company has plans to roll out clean cold technology in India to move perishable goods efficiently from producer to consumer and help the country tackle its food crisis by reducing food loss.
You may have known about the many health benefits of bananas that are a great source of fiber and good carbs but a new research suggests that this wonder fruit can help fight common cold ...