Now, an atlas points to whats on your plate: 14 member team worked 7 years to bring out Nutrition Guide
Ever wondered what that tasty looking Panipoori laid out in front of you would mean in terms of calories or how much weight you might lose if you sacrificed a masala dosa?
Well, all you need would be a ‘Dr Mohan’s Atlas of Indian foods’. The book, a result of seven years of research and analysis, is the first of its kind published on Indian food.
It provides a pictorial guide to 200 popular cooked foods from various parts of the country with details including calories, nutrients, fibre content and so on. Read More.