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.
Myth: Eating fat will make you fat. Fact: Eating fat could make you slim down. Yes, surprising as this sounds, eating fat could actually help you slim down when combined with the low-carb or ketogenic approach. The trick is in getting your body to stop being addicted to carbohydrates and do the hard work of burning fats. If you’re confused, it’s understandable! The food industry has been using low-fat as a marketing tag to get you to buy more. Watch…
They seem innocuous enough and form part of one meal or the other every single day. And yet, they’re exactly what’s stopping us from shedding the excess flab. Here are five everyday foods that make us fat:
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.