New Delhi: Frequent tea breaks is not the healthy answer to avoid afternoon slump. Have a light lunch to stay active and fit, says an expert.
Honey Tandon, chief executive dietician, Columbia Asia Hospital, Gurgaon, emphasises that a lot depends on what goes into the preparation of dishes.
“Rajma and dal makhni are generally considered to be heavy dishes, and any dish with high calories leads to lethargy. But the way to prepare makes a lot of difference. Replace butter and ghee with low fat milk. Add curd too. This way you'll get a low fat dish, which is also tasty,” Tandon told IANS.