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I Want Healthy Kids

What is your child’s favourite tiffin / lunch for school? Send us the recipe at and find the winning recipe of the week on Alia’s blog. Hurry – last day for receiving this week’s entries is Friday, 22nd August.


Alia Almoayed – BSc, MA, Dip BCNH, MBANT


Alia Almoayed is a Nutritional Therapist qualified at the reputed UK College of Nutrition and Health in London. She runs a busy nutrition consultancy in the Kingdom of Bahrain, offering nutrition advice to the Middle East community. Author of The Dream Body Eating Plan and co-author of 101 Ways to Improve Your Health, she also writes health articles for various publications, conducts lectures and seminars about health and nutrition, and heads a number of weight loss projects.


Alia is an active mother of two young children, from whom she derives a big part of her inspiration and motivation to keep kids healthy. She applies most of her nutrition knowledge to her children and also learns a lot from them! Currently, Alia lives in Bahrain, the country of her origin, and spends most of her free time on extracurricular activities with her family. An ex-marathon runner, she now focuses her fitness regimen on what she loves most: yoga.


I Want Healthy Kids

Send in your entries for the “Lunch Box recipe of the Week” contest. Email your entries to

I Want Healthy Kids

So have you sent your lunch box recipe? Remember the email is

I Want Healthy Kids

Our contest for the “Children’s Lunch Box Recipe of the week’ is open. Every week Alia will select the best entry and post it to her blog. So what are you waiting for? Send in your recipes to us on with your name clearly mentioned. This contest is open to all.

I Want Healthy Kids

From today we are starting a contest for the “Lunch Box Recipe of the Week”.

Please send your entries to

Winners will be selected by Alia Almoayed. Winning entries will be posted to this page and to Alia’s blog.

So what are you waiting for, Hurry and send your entries…….

Elixir for Zylake

Rainwater Harvesting – is it here to stay or will man find a new solution to conserve fresh water?

Grasus and his World


—– an extract from Elixir for Zylake

With a thumping heart, Grasus looked into the pond to see his reflection.

He was flabbergasted. The antennae on top of his head had vanished. Two of his eyes had vanished. He had only two now. His bright green colour had become a pale brown. His red hair, which pointed upward beautifully, had turned black and was all flattened. His lovely purple teeth had become white. His long nose had become pretty small now. And…instead of flowers and leafs, he was wearing a strange thing, a stretchy substance which had two pieces, one for the upper part and one for the lower part of his body. The only thing that remained of his former self was the multi-coloured pendant from his parents, around his neck. That little pendant still being there was very comforting in the face of the shocking transformation.

‘Don’t worry,’ reassured Rorix. ‘That’s what a human looks like. The human is the highest being on Planet Earth. You have to go there NOW. Your mission is to go to Planet Earth to find a magic liquid that will save our planet. This you can find only where humans are present. Now that you look like one of them, you will be able to go there and find the liquid,’ said Rorix, gently.

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A Review for – Elixir for Zylake


“I read Elixir for Zylake and shared it with my ten year old grandnephew Abhiraman who lives in Singapore. He absolutely loved it and wished it was longer! That shows the way Jamuna connected with the audience. Its a tale of an imaginary planet Zylake, which is threatened by a poisonous cloud sent by an enemy planet Traxon. Two children notice this cloud and go their chief wizard Rorix. He guides the children to finding a solution. He helps identify the child who would go to earth and get the elixir which would save their planet. Of course, Grasus, the child is nervous for being the chosen one. But with Rorix’s help, he manages to go to earth and get the elixir. The story on earth shows how our lifestyle is so obviously out of synch with the natural processes. This is brought out by the innocent questions by Grasus to Raju, the earth child who befriends him. Jamuna also shows through Raju, that there are still good people around who are trying to save the earth’s natural resources.
The elixir is finally found to be plain water that is filled with love – a strong message even for adults. We believe that ‘amruth’ or ‘nectar’ is some divine concoction that gives immortality. But if we just bless whatever we eat and drink with lots of love, it can work like ‘amruth’.
My grandnephew particularly liked how Grasus mistakes a soft drink for the elixir because it bubbles in the goblet and he also liked how Grasus finds that Raju’s dog is a spy from Traxon who wants to thwart his attempts to get the elixir. There are several such incidents to keep the audience glued to the book.
Overall, Elixir for Zylake is a heartwarming story of friendship between two children from different planets woven around the issues of pollution and misuse of natural resources. It also has an appendix with activities for water conservation.
The best compliment was Abhiraman saying, “I am looking forward to a sequel!”

– Uma Garimella

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Rainwater Harvesting Art & Slogan Competition

Water day for this year was on 22nd March 2014. Oops!! we missed it. Still, we all love water, don’t we?

Send us your best water moment. This could be during rains, in a waterfall or even at home.
Let us also know how we can make sure we will always have water moments in our lives.
Send in your thoughts and/or paintings/images along with your picture and profile.

The five best pictures, slogans and comments shall be selected for our ‘international’ hero of the month in April on our website and social media sites.

HURRY !! Last date of receiving entries is 5th April 2014 before midnight.
Mail your Entries to :
Do write “Contest” in the subject line.