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  • 6 Tips to Keep Healthy During the Pandemic

    The sudden onset of the recent pandemic has changed everyone’s lifestyle in an unprecedented way. These   changes in lifestyle weren’t limited only to work.  With several lockdowns in place, it also affected in every dimension of life. (1) Studies show that, the change in the daily grind has led to an increase in anxiety and stress levels. 

  • Health Challenges of being Underweight

    While obesity is a serious public health issue, being underweight is also a challenge that many people deal with. Since weight loss is an issue in the limelight, we may not be aware that there are those who also struggle to gain weight. 
     

  • A super woman?s guide to eating right

    Women have an inborn talent to multitask.  Starting from taking care of groceries, kids, chores at house and balancing their career at par with everything else without breaking a sweat makes her a superwoman!  While being busy taking care of everything else, they often forget the need to take care of themselves. This can lead to fatigue and overlooked health issues.
     

  • Working Around the Diet and Exercise Challenges of Shift Work

    Working on shifts can often take a toll on your eating habits, sleep patterns and exercise schedule. Rotational shifts can further throw things out of balance. Many shift workers eat unhealthy foods, skip exercise and also have disturbed sleep. This can lead to weight gain and other associated lifestyle related diseases.

  • Healthy Eating for 3 Shift Patterns

    Working night shifts and trying to stay healthy may seem like a complicated balancing act. Granted that shift work comes with its own set of challenges- regulating sleep timings, non- availability of healthy foods, skipped exercise, sedentary work, weight gain etc.

  • Beat Back PMS with Nutrition

    PMS or Premenstrual Syndrome usually happens within one to two weeks before a woman gets her period. This could lead to mood swings, headaches, tiredness, body pain, feelings of anger or irritability, bloating, certain food cravings and depression. Fitness and a healthy diet may make significant differences in PMS symptoms.

  • 5 effects of sugar on the body

    Know why is added sugar bad for you.

  • Know about acne

    Proper care and treatment can help you prevent the frequency of skin breakouts and reduce the prevalence of acne.

  • Why don't you need a protein supplement?

    Proteins are one of the most important macro nutrients in the body. However, excess intake especially in the form of processed protein supplements is not healthy.

  • Home-made Supplement for Muscle mass

    Commercial supplements tend to be expensive and consumers shell out a lot of money   to meet their protein requirements. However, most of the time, the same can be met with natural ingredients available on our kitchen shelves.  

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