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 Fitness and Weight Management

  • Eating Healthy while Eating Out

    While we relish what we eat outside, when you are trying to lose or maintain your weight at a healthy level, choosing unhealthy foods can throw our resolutions off balance.

  • Weight Loss - Am I doing it Right?

    With all the diets, pills and weight loss equipments out there to help us succeed, why is it that sometimes we are not able to lose weight and keep it off?

  • Eating Smart during Festivals!

    For the ones who are on a weight loss regimen, it's one of the most difficult times. Here's how to manage your calories during the festivals...

  • Does Water help you Lose Weight?

    Is there any science behind the theory of water helping you with weight loss? Let's try to find out!

  • How to control calories in the game season

    Summer, holidays and games go well together...watching games on TV, that is !  Find out how to be calorie conscious and control mindless eating while watching your favorite games..

  • 7 power exercises to do at your desk

    Lose those extra kilos gained during the festival with these simple exercises.

  • 7 tips to stay on the health wagon

    With Diwali around the corner, it is time to be well prepared for the onslaught of calories ! Use these smart tips to stay slim before and after the festival.

  • Body Mass Index (BMI)

    Body Mass Index (BMI) helps you to determine if your weight is in the normal range, or if you are underweight or overweight.

  • Why Women Need Exercise

    Working women can hardly find the time or inclination to do what is necessary to stay fit. Weight issues are not uncommon with having to work at odd hours and nature of work being desk job these days. Not only does regular exercise aid in weight loss, it reduces your risk for several chronic diseases and conditions. Finding activities that you enjoy and which become part of your daily routine is the key to a long and healthy life. 

  • Walking : The Beginner's Schedule

    Walking for 7 hours a week is associated with a decreased risk of type II diabetes and breast cancer. Walking for 30 minutes day or 3 hours per week is associated with a decreased risk of heart diseases. It is recommended that you walk an hour a day on most days of the week. 


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