About the Book
HEALTHY AND INFORMED COOKING FOR THE INDIAN KITCHEN Preparing a meal for someone is an act of love, says Charmaine D'Souza, a nutritionist and a writer of many kitchen exploits. In her latest book, The Good Health Always Cookbook, D'Souza, along with her two daughters, Charlyene and Savlyene, offers the reader a peep into her childhood memories and her comfort food. With more than a
hundred recipes using easily available ingredients like jau, ragi and bajra, and local Indian fruits and vegetables, D'Souza gives you ample ideas for dishes that will not only tantalize your taste buds but also provide immense nutritional value. From healthy oatmeal bars to finger millet bread, from amaranth crepes to buckwheat molten cake, from hara channa chaat to spinach brownies, the book infuses a variety of ingredients to reinvent traditional recipes. Anecdotal, easy to follow and packed with useful tips, The Good Health Always Cookbook takes you on a delightful culinary journey.
About the Author:
Charmaine D'Souza is an Indian dietician, clinical nutritionist, health consultant and author. She has three decades of experience in guiding her clients to good nutrition and healthcare. She is the author of Kitchen ClinicCharlyene D'Souza
and Blood Sugar and Spice, published by Penguin Random House India.
has studied naturopathy and has a diploma in nutrition and health education. She has also done a course in culinary nutrition from George Brown College, Toronto. Savlyene D'Souza
has studied sports nutrition and is a certified yoga instructor. She has diplomas in nutrition and health education as well as in food and nutrition.