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Digestive Health

Lifestyle Diseases (LSDs) have their roots in the gastrointestinal tract, normally called the gut. According to Ayurveda, it is the seat of our Soul and

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Nutrition for Fitness

Did you know that for weight loss or fitness, nutrition contributes to 80% of your results and exercise contributes to 20% of your weight loss?

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Weight Loss

Some common weight loss issues are: “I have reduced my food consumption (calorie intake) but the weight loss is not so significant. In fact I

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Targeted Nutrition

Cancer

Don’t Feed The Cancer! Cancer is such a dreaded disease that you wouldn’t wish it on your worst enemy. That’s why crores of rupees are

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PCOD & PCOS

PCOD is a disease with an enlarged ovary & small follicular cysts which has the potential to grow into PCOS. PCOS is a condition where more

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Aches & Pain

Knee replacement surgeries have become so common in today’s world that, the entire hospital industry thrives on it. The many types of arthritis can make

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Diabetes

Diabetes is not a disease; it falls under the category of metabolic syndromes/lifestyle diseases (LSD), which means that an active healthy lifestyle (guided by a

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Cholesterol

Triglycerides & Blood Pressure Cholesterol is more popularly known by its two varieties i.e., LDL*  and HDL* . LDL above 100 and HDL below 40 (men)/50

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Children's Health

Children’s Health

Weight Loss Childhood obesity is a frequent occurrence in affluent families where over-nutrition in the form of excess calories and under-nutrition in the form of

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Psychology of eating

Healthy Active Lifestyle

Food Groups

Nutrients in the food The nutrients in the food we eat can be broadly classified into the following categories: Energy Containing Foods – Carbohydrates, Proteins

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Allostatic Load

Allostatic Load (AL) to Lifestyle Diseases (LSDs) is, what a mosquito sting to Dengue is. Every time a mosquito stings, you may not get Dengue,

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Insulin Resistance

Weight gain in spite of eating less is a sign of IR. The digested food, in the form of nutrients, enters the blood and the

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Carbohydrate Shocks

Tiredness, mood swings and belly fat, high BP and Triglycerides are two sides of the same coin called Carbohydrate shock (CS). It is one of

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Acidic and Alkaline Foods

Does an alkaline diet work? “May be, but not for the reason it claims,” say scientists. However, several celebrities, especially those from Hollywood; swear by

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HEALTH DIGEST

LATEST INFO ON WELLNESS

RESPIRATORY DISEASES ON RISE DUE TO INCREASING AIR POLLUTION – Central Govt. Survey Pollution is a major issue in our lives. We cannot wish it away.

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MYTH BUSTER

Here are some health and fitness myths that you will find interesting.   Idlis Fruits Meats Cooking Oils

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Blogs

Blogs

Types of Obesity

Type BMI Fat% Nature of Beta Cells Typical Internal Symptoms Typical Extranal Symptoms Benign > 30 > 30 Normal No metabolic syndromes,Only joint pains and

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After the Weekend

The weekend and the partying is over. The challenge is how to get rid of all those extra calories that… Read More

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Stress

These days, it has become a fashion to blame the stress for whole lot of ills and worse is, attribute… Read More

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NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS!!!

NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS!!! One hears it all the timewith health and weight amongst the highest on the priority list of… Read More

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Stress

In other words, stress is an omnipresent part of life. A stressful event can trigger the “fight-or-flight” response, causing hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol to

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Physical Activities

Fitness includes cardiovascular functioning, which is improved by aerobic activities that get your heart and lungs working faster. It also includes muscle strength, flexibility, and

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Sleep

A recent survey found that more people are sleeping less than six hours a night, and sleep difficulties visit seventy-five percent of us at least

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