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  • Arva Bhavnagarwala
    12:31 PM - 20 November, 2017

    Hi Priya. This is a very informative article. But, I personally started semisolids for both my kids as soon as they turned 5 months along with breastfeeding too.

  • Neha Sharma
    3:59 PM - 20 November, 2017

    This is some great info, but really sad to read those numbers and knowing that India is not among those countries which have exclusive breastfeeding rates above 60%

  • Nayantara Hegde
    9:33 PM - 20 November, 2017

    Priya this takes me back to our early days.. where we would discuss breastfeeding so much. How far we have come. I am glad you are sharing these tips. It will help so many women.

    • Priya Kathpal
      6:35 AM - 21 November, 2017

      Yes it seems it was just yesterday when we shared notes 😛

  • Nandita Gupta
    4:09 AM - 21 November, 2017

    A very informative post and I am sure will help a lot of new mommies out there.

  • seema
    4:24 AM - 21 November, 2017

    This si so informative and it took me back to my breastfeeding days with my toddler… Thank you for sharing…

  • Neha
    7:19 AM - 21 November, 2017

    Very informative post,I am still breastfeeding and keep going until she wean off herself

  • Sapna Krishnan
    3:53 PM - 21 November, 2017

    A very informative post but the numbers are so heartbreaking. I wish new mothers were informed or given classes on the importance of breastfeeding. Even the gynaecologist can provide a pamphlet. But nobody gains anything out of promoting breastfeeding so nobody wants to do it. 🙁

  • Roopika
    4:49 AM - 23 November, 2017

    Breastfeeding- I would say, is not difficult, but it’s definitely challenging!
    Very helpful info.. sharing it with new moms in my group!

  • Renu Vashishta
    8:42 AM - 23 November, 2017

    Wonderful nutritious for the brain too article.Soup seems very good.Going to try!

  • Sapna Krishnan
    2:15 PM - 23 November, 2017

    I have never been a fan of carrots but this post is making me rethink.. hehe 🙂

  • Melani Rayen
    5:29 PM - 23 November, 2017

    Totally nutritious and healthy recipe ! My daughter loves carrot would be trying it over this weekend for her 🙂

  • Akshaya
    8:33 AM - 24 November, 2017

    My mom used to make this soup for me, it brings back memories! Hearty, comforting yumminess in a bowl.

  • Nimmy Joseph
    2:12 PM - 24 November, 2017

    I love carrots but never tried this recipe. Saving this and will definitely try once we move to my husband’s place.

  • Deepa
    2:28 AM - 27 November, 2017

    This is a very informative post about carrots and their nutritional benefits. Winters are the best season to have them.

  • Priyadarshani Panda
    4:41 AM - 27 November, 2017

    this red carrot which we hardly get here in oman is my fav memory of winters…i remember when my mom would come home with a bag full meant we were in for halwa…nothing can beat the halwa in a cold delhi winter night served hot by mom while watching television…This carrot soup looks perfect i am going to give it a try with our fav red carrots orange brother which we equally hate 😉

  • anupriya
    7:05 AM - 27 November, 2017

    It is funny that just today I gave my son sauted carrots for tiffin and now I should come across this post iterating benefits of carrots. Am going to try the Carrot ginger soup soon.

  • Nayantara Hegde
    6:43 PM - 28 November, 2017

    “Cooking the carrots in fat or oils, pureeing or juicing them increases the availability of carotenoids by 600 percent. Fats also help the absorption of carotenoids into the blood by 1,000 percent, as carotenoids are fat soluble.” this is an eye opener for me. No wonder gajar ka halwa is so popular in the winters and it is no surprise that nature provides this to us in plenty at this time.

  • Gayathri
    1:07 AM - 2 December, 2017

    Turmeric! Ah! My goto spice in the kitchen! I cut somewhere .. the turmeric is my dettol ! I catch cold .. turmeric milk without sugar is sure to set everything right! loved the glorifying post on turmeric

  • Sapna Krishnan
    1:05 PM - 2 December, 2017

    Oh yes, definitely the king. Turmeric in milk is not used in our homes but I have heard my friends swearing by it. Should probably give it a shot now that you have brought out all the benefits. 🙂

  • Ophira
    1:24 PM - 2 December, 2017

    Turmeric is my favorite spice to add a little flavour to everything. My new favorite is turmeric tea. Lovely read, bookmarking as a resource.

  • Renu Vashishta
    2:28 PM - 2 December, 2017

    Definitely Turmeric deserves the crown of a King.The turmeric drink seems to be very appetizing going to try it.Right now fortunate enough to be able to grow it in my home garden ,I am able to have pure ground powder year round.If you get fresh turmeric rhizome then like I do little can be grated every day to have with lunch as a salad too with a dash of lemon.Works wonders for so many of common skin,joint ailments as well as in diabetes and any other ailments caused by inflammation of any other internal part of body too.

  • Priyanka Pavan
    9:07 PM - 2 December, 2017

    There’s no Indian kitchen without turmeric. Hot chocolate with turmeric is something new and interesting. Will definitely try it

  • Priyadarshani Panda
    10:37 AM - 3 December, 2017

    Turmeric no doubt is the king of species …no dish in our house is cooked without adding a pinch of turmeric to it…the health benefits makes it all the more useful..

  • Neha Jain
    11:46 AM - 3 December, 2017

    Turmeric is the crown of all..without it no cooking is done in our kitchen..From cold to beauty everything…well..hot choclate and turmeric is new

  • anjana
    5:07 PM - 3 December, 2017

    Turmeric is versatile spice available in every Indian kitchen .the health benefits make it very useful.

  • Aritra
    9:28 PM - 3 December, 2017

    I swear by turmeric. For skin and for immunity. This is a very important post indeed. Thanks for sharing the little details about turmeric.

  • Nayantara Hegde
    2:16 AM - 4 December, 2017

    I would have never thought of making hot chocolate with turmeric. This is brilliant. Thanks fr the post Priya

  • Kinshoo Agrawal
    2:45 AM - 4 December, 2017

    Hot chocolate with Turmeric sounds interesting. I am a Turmeric fan and I also add little black pepper as it enhances bioavailability or absorption of turmeric.

  • Deepa
    7:49 PM - 4 December, 2017

    Turmeric is a great spice with many different benefits. Not only as an antiseptic but also as something which can help in improving immunity.

  • Vidhi Duggal
    7:22 AM - 5 December, 2017

    Wow. Turmeric is my favourite spice too. But I did not so many benefits. I am certainly gonna try hot chocolate with turmeric for my kids.

  • Disha Bhandari Dadala
    3:39 PM - 6 December, 2017

    Woah! Hot chocolate with turmeric? I am trying this tonight.

  • Shrishti bansal
    10:26 PM - 6 December, 2017

    Ginger turmeric available in the market with vegetable vendors is excellent for healing after delivery

  • Shipra Trivedi
    1:03 PM - 7 December, 2017

    Out Indian kitchen spices are full of benefits and yes Turmeric is king among them. This is a nice post for today’s people who tend to forget how good our homely things can be.

  • Lavanya
    11:27 AM - 16 February, 2018

    A must read for new mom’s.

  • Princy Khurana
    6:27 PM - 16 February, 2018

    this is very useful information for new mothers. most often mothers have no idea abt the feeding process.

  • Sapna Krishnan
    6:23 PM - 19 February, 2018

    A very informative post. I wish there was more awareness about the benefits of breastfeeding or even the fact that nutrition for the first year for a baby comes from breast milk or formula. The pressure to replace either with more solids or cow’s milk is alarming.

  • Parul jain
    9:33 PM - 20 February, 2018

    A must read article for new moms. I wish i could read it 6 years back. Mine was just very struggling period.

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