Do you find it hard to try and eat healthy, while denying yourself your favourite foods? With the 80/20 rule, we can all indulge a little and still stay healthy!
Summer is coming up and for those of us in India, we all know how intense the heat can be. Drinking lots of water is the number one tip to stay hydrated all day long. But there are other ways to keep your body cool, and one of them is food. Eating certain foods can refresh you and give you the strength you need to fight against that persistent sun. Maybe even help in weight loss. Let’s look at a…
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Ramadan (also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan), the ninth month in the Islamic calendar is a time when Muslims around the world focus on prayer, fasting, giving to charity and religious devotion. Here are a few tips for a healthy Ramadan this year:
Should I eat low fats, or more proteins? What time of day is best to have carbohydrates? Here’s the low-down on common weight loss myths.
Vegetarianism has become immensely popular in recent times, with many non-vegetarians turning into vegetarians and some even choosing to follow a vegan lifestyle where they stop consuming all kinds of animal products, including milk and honey. The change in many cases can be closely linked to the desire to have a healthier life and protect animals; whatever is the reason, going vegetarian has a very deep impact on one’s health and behaviour.
When it comes to losing weight, forgoing a meal or two feels like the fastest way to get started. And yet, we’ve been told time and again that this is a bad idea. A study conducted by Ohio State University last year concluded that skipping meals to cut down on calories could induce insulin and glucose fluctuations in the body that have the opposite of the desired effect.