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  • Lifestyle Choices and Your Health

    The lifestyle that you choose to lead can have an enormous impact on your health and may even cause certain lifestyle diseases to develop. Despite having choice and control when it comes down to lifestyle factors - such as what we eat, how often we exercise, whether we choose to smoke and the amount of alcohol we drink, lifestyle diseases are becoming the leading cause of death in India - with heart disease being the most prevalent.

  • Easy & Healthy Snacks at Work

    Healthy snacking - takes consideration and planning. Here, we give you some options of healthy snacks during your office hours.

  • Good Fats and Bad Fats

    Dietary fats are essential to the body as it’s an energy source and helps to absorb certain vitamins and nutrients. They provide cushioning to the vital organs and to support the cell growth. 

  • Ayurveda and Nutrition

    According to ayurveda, each of us has a unique mix of three mind/body principles, which creates our specific mental and physical characteristics. These three principles are called doshas. Most of us have one or two doshas, which are most dominant in our nature, with the remaining one(s) less expressed.

  • Why Are Antioxidants Important

    Antioxidants are substances that may protect your cells against the effects of free radicals. Studies suggest that a diet high in antioxidants from fruits and vegetables is associated with a lower risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.

  • Why is Breakfast so Important

    Whoever said have breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper, got it absolutely right!

  • Healthy Breakfast Ideas

    We have put together some nutritious and easy breakfast ideas for you to incorporate in your busy schedule.

  • Why Healthy food Makes you Slim

    People who eat healthy, mostly unprocessed foods, including fruit, vegetables, whole grains, legumes (lentils, dry beans and peas), reduced-fat dairy, and limited amounts of lean animal protein (fish, chicken, and lean cuts of other meats), often find that they can eat as much as they want without gaining weight.

  • Junk Food: Facts

    "Junk food" generally refers to foods that contribute a lot of calories but little nutritional value. They are often high in fat, sugar and sodium. As junk foods are low in satiety, people do not tend to feel full which ultimately leads to over eating.

     

  • Water : The Most Important Nutrient

    Every day, we lose water through urination, sweating and breathing. Since many of the processes within the body rely greatly on water, it is important we replace our fluids regularly to compensate for this loss.

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