Improving your Basal Metabolic Rate will bring about health benefits, including burning fat and preventing weight gain! Let’s take a look at some pointers.
Superfoods are just a marketing term. If you’re thinking of making an impact on your health, go for functional foods like oatmeal and quinoa.
You might think that the consumption of any “freshly squeezed” and packaged fruit juice in the morning before you leave for work is a healthy start. It could’ve been a healthy start if that orange juice you just drank was actually freshly squeezed, blended at home and consumed.
Zoyna Khatri is one of Grow Fit’s diet specialists who is also observing the Ramadan fast. These are her recommendations: “Ramadan is a holy month for purifying your heart and soul. Through fasting, you attach your soul more to Allah. I have a few ideas to make your Ramadan healthy, so you can make your soul more attached to Allah through mindful eating. Binge eating leads to fatigue and low energy and hinders our ability to offer peaceful namaz and recite the Quran. Ramadan is a great opportunity to bring…
For years, we’ve been told to switch from full-fat dairy to skim milk. The lower fat content was thought to help with weight loss and prevent diabetes. Recently, large population studies designed to look for links between full-fat dairy consumption, weight and disease risk are starting to call that recommendation into question.