Heart Strong

Indian food has its advantages and disadvantages. It includes grains that are high in dietary fiber as well as legumes and vegetables, but can have large amounts of ghee (clarified butter) or milk and also a lot of the food is either fried or sauteed, all of which results in saturated fats that's bad for the heart. But it does not have to be so. With Prakratik Living, delicious Indian food and a strong heart need not be mutually incompatible.

Endorsed By

Saurin Desai

I am a writer, work till late in the night and often wake up early for meets, that combined with my poor eating habits means I have low immunity and I fatigue easily. But ever since I have started consuming products recommended by you'll, I have started to see a noticeable difference. Thank you. Have already highly recommended Prakratik Living to several friends. All the very best and count me in as a regular customer.

Neha Sharma

Good effort with good concept to provide exactly what people need at this hour of time.Liked your concept of baskets , will contact your consultants to know the right way of taking certain products.Would be more glad if my next order comes to be a bit early.

Deepshikha Shukla

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