How to Cook without Oil?

How to Cook without  Oil?
In every day cooking it is a pattern to add oil and then masalas. We believe that without oil food cannot be cooked but it is possible with Saaol way of cooking. The Saaol way of cooking is possible with Saaol way of cooking. The Saaol way of cooking is…
–  Heat a kadhai(preferable non-stick pan).
–  Dry roast the jeera(cumin seeds) until it crackles and turns brown.
–  Add ground onion in the kadhai(non-stick pan) and keep roasting it. When it starts sticking upon the hot surface, add small amount of water and keep stirring.
–  Add ginger and garlic paste(according to your taste/wish).
–  Roast the onion,ginger,garlic till it turns to brown. (Note: Do not add more water at a time as it gives the food- a boiled taste).
–  Then add tomato paste in the kadhai and roast it with little amount of water. Roast till the water bubbles start forming.
–  Add the turmeric powder and cook for some time(as turmeric takes time in cooking).
–  Finally add all the masalas/spices like salt, red chilli powder and coriander powder according to the taste.
–  Now, the zero oil masala is ready.
–  If you want to make vegetable-add vegetables.
–  If you wish to cook dal – add boiled dal or soaked dal. Cook as required.
–  Add garam masala(A combination of cloves, mace, nutmeg, black cardamom, red chillies).
–  Garnish it with finely chopped coriander.

Does dietary cholesterol affect blood cholesterol levels?
Dietary cholesterol does affect your cholesterol level. It is true that saturated fat will affect it even more but the amount of cholesterol in your diet is an important factor in your blood cholesterol level. It is shown that even a single meal that is high in fat and cholesterol may cause your arteries to constrict and your blood to clot faster. The amount of blockage in your arteries is only one of several factors that affect your heart.

What are the best ways to lower your Triglycerides?
The best ways to lower your Triglycerides are the following: Reduce oil intake because they are nothing but Triglycerides and also reduce your intake of sugar and other simple carbohydrates, including white flour, white rice, and alcohol, which your body converts to sugar. These simple carbohydrates are absorbed quickly, causing your blood glucose (sugar) level to rise quickly. In response to this, your pancreas secretes insulin to lower your blood sugar to a normal range, which is good. However, insulin also accelerates the conversion of calories into Triglycerides.

Complex Carbohydrates sometimes called”whole foods,” include fruits, vegetables, grains, and beans in their natural forms, such as whole wheat flour and brown rice. These foods are rich in fiber. Fiber slows the absorption of food, so you don’t get a rapid rise in blood glucose and excessive insulin production, Also, you get a more constant source o energy throughout the day.