Losing weight and getting fit is a dream come true for an average man or woman. But between your busy schedules of working a job and running a home, weight loss plans take a second seat. With less to no time for any physical activity in your day to day life, you turn to diet. Read More..
One of the top sellers in the health market has become “intermittent fasting”. What is “Intermittent Fasting” and what does it do? Who is it for? Who can do it? Who can’t do it? Why to do it? Is it effective? Read More..
Are you conscious of your eating habits? Do you stop yourself from eating as you think you might put on a few pounds? We should love our body and not judge anyone by their shape, figure, or looks. Today, around 70 million people are victims of anorexia, bulimia, and other eating disorders which is almost 3% of the total population. Eating disorders are characterised by abnormal eating habits and disturbing weight control behaviour. These disorders tend to affect your physical health and psychosocial functioning. Two of the most common eating disorders are anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Read More..
Snacking is something which is normally done to avoid overeating. It not only helps in controlling your hunger but also regulates your blood-sugar level. However, you have to pick a healthy snack that is not packaged and does not have any sugar content in it. One way to avoid this is by preparing your own snack. You can make a healthy, delicious, and a fulfilling snack prepared by just following a few easy steps. Read More..
Cholesterol is an essential component of body fats that are naturally found in the blood. It plays an important role in the metabolic processes of the body. Some of the vital functions include the production of hormones, Vitamin D, and bile. Cholesterol is found in several animal source foods like butter, eggs, red meat, and high fatty cheese. However, high values of cholesterol in the blood can lead to coronary artery diseases. Read More..