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IT'S ALL ABOUT HEALTH AND FITNESS LIFESTYLE
July 2019 -
Faddish diets are not the solution for losing weight and staying fit. Why Keto, Paleo, and other fad diets are not magic pills. Here are some strategies to welcome a sustainable and enjoyable approach to weight loss!
January 2019 -
ARE WELLNESS FADS STRESSING YOU OUT? Choose simplicity: a nutrient-rich, planned diet, mindful eating, and an enjoyable fitness routine are the simple secrets of wellness and weight control.
August 2018 -
DITCH SUGAR & SYRUP, NOT SMOOTHIES: On-the-go breakfasts are convenient and popular—but they can also be healthy. Some tips for making tasty smoothies.
June 2018 -
ARE GHEE & COCONUT OIL GOOD FOR YOU? Moderation would be better for South Asians. South Asians have restricted their use of the two ingredients to curries and the occasional ghee parathas.
March 2018 -
THE UNIQUE DIETARY NEEDS OF SOUTH ASIANS: Changes in diet, climate, and lifestyle have led to nutritional deficiencies. Consider Vitamin D, and Fats, especially Omega-3 & Omega-6 fatty acids.
January 2018 -
South Asians are prone to a group of risk factors causing metabolic syndrome. Resistance training (or strength training) has been shown to offer protection.
December 2017 -
US residents with Indian ethnicity have greater risk for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Causes and prevalence of ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease are both considered here (part 1).
December 2017 -
We all enjoy dining out, but now that we are all health conscious, it can also be a major guilt-inducing decision. Here are ways to make it less so, while not sucking out all the joy from it.
November 2017 -
The average American typically gains several pounds during the holiday season. Parties, sweets, and drinks can be a trap. Here are some tips to help you enjoy without weight gain.
September 2017 -
Activities such as jogging, walking, or biking will make a difference when they are done with enough intensity so that your heart beats in the range of 50 to 85 percent of its maximum rate.