If you’ve been following Grow Fit for a while, you’ll know that the prized stallion of our stables is our Lean Machine Keto diet. Here’s a deep dive into how it works!
Thinking of going on a juice fast for a few days to drop a couple of kilos for the party season? You might want to read this first!
If you’ve been looking to lose weight through your diet, you’ve probably looked up ‘Intermittent Fasting’. So what’s it all about?
Diabetes is a real evil, and India is seeing a massive spike in the number of cases diagnosed each year. The prescription to those already suffering from it, as well as to those trying to avoid it, is largely the same — avoid sugar. But is it really as simple as it sounds?
We’ve been taught that a plant-based diet provides us with all the protein we need. Why then, are 9 out of 10 Indian protein deficient? We debunk a few myths, and offer a solution!
So you’ve been strict with your diet, faithful with your workouts, and you’re seeing results. But there’s a potential speedbump around the corner — Diwali. Fret not, we have a few handy solutions for you!
Pre-pregnancy health of both parents genetically influences…
The metabolic syndrome is not a disease but a group of factors — increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels — that occur together, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes. The prevalence of obesity and the metabolic syndrome is rapidly increasing in India and other South Asian countries, leading to increased mortality and morbidity. Chat with nutrition experts now
Blood pressure is the force exerted by the blood against the walls of blood vessels and the magnitude of this force depends on the cardiac output and the resistance of the blood vessels. Hypertension or high blood pressure is defined as having blood pressure higher than 140 over 90 mmHg with a consensus across medical guidelines.
Obesity is a state in which there is generalised accumulation of excess adipose tissue in the body, leading to more than 20% of the required body weight. Factors responsible for obesity: Hereditary: Although genetically, the child is not determined to be obese, yet obesity in parents influences obesity in the child owing to the the food habits of parents. Social and cultural: People in the upper economic strata tend to be more obese mainly due to their rich food intake and…