Healthy Eating and Gifting Diwali


Diwali a profusion of Lights and Sweets. The nation has lit up like sun and the stage is set for the majestic grandeur of DIWALI. While the historical meaning of Diwali marks the return of Lord Ram to ayodhya along with his wife Goddess Sita, the millennial term it as a festival of light and […]

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Low-Calorie Sweets for Festive Season


[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ith Navratri almost over and Diwali around the corner, the country is gripped in the festive mood. Every corner of the nation is set to dance in its own tune; while the north prepares to grip in the Halwa Poori Mood, the west is all set to dance to the tunes of Garba and the […]

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Protein Supplements Vs. Foods


Insufficient Information, Diet Gimmicks and quick result marketing has put fitness aspirants at the mercy of Supplement manufactures and vulnerable to pharma companies marketing ploys. From weight loss pills to meal replacement shakes, many aspects of Fitness industry are being driven by marketing hype rather than physiological reality. The Supplementation world revolves around a lot […]

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Guilt-free late night snacking options


[dropcap]W[/dropcap]inters have finally arrived in Game of Thrones, Narcos is scheduled for launch of Season 3 in September 2017, Netflix is on an all-time high in south Asian market and Binge watching is a trend we have started living by with. Maybe staying up at night is your work demand, or you don’t want to […]

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Healthy Indian Snacks for Munching Times


[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen you are chained to a desk or binge watching Netflix it is extremely difficult, almost impossible to resist snacking. Snack vending machines at work and local markets have a magnetic field whose force feels far stronger than earth’s gravitational field. As monsoon picks up pace across south Asia who would not want to gorge on a crispy […]

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Common Sugar Names on Ingredient Labels


[dropcap]I[/dropcap]rrespective of the diet you follow (if it’s not one that makes you eat till you lose its charm) sugar always remains as a category that must be depleted. While pundits might engage in fiercely contrasting views when it comes to diet plans with arguments on the content of Fat, or time of meal, even […]

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High Sugar Foods we eat daily


[dropcap]C[/dropcap]utting back on sugar is probably the diet De jour these days, but there is lot more than the regular sweets and coffee sugar we need to check. If you are cutting down on regular sugary foods, you might be lured to think you are clear of the sugar radar but you still might be […]

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Fitness Hacks for the Working Professionals


[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ake Up and Run, these two words probably sum up the life of a working professional, entrepreneur or a parent. As a working professional, we get so involved in work and work related schedules that we tend to undermine other aspects of life. There is always a sense of panic, stress and deadlines that prevails […]

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Foods to stay warm this winters


[pullquote-right]Hibernating is just not a solution to stay fit this winters.[/pullquote-right] [dropcap]C[/dropcap]hilly winters is not only about wearing the best pullover from our wardrobe and hiding the chocolate puddings inside the layer of a baggy cloth. As temperatures continue to drop down so does our energy levels. Winters bring along with them reduced energy levels, […]

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Indian Gooseberry: The Power House


Indian gooseberry commonly known as “Amla” across the Indian subcontinent is a tree that grows primarily in the Asian subcontinent, Middle East and some Southeast Asian countries. Packed with high value of vitamin C; the fruit has an endless list when it comes to health benefits. Amla is taken by mouth and deserves the stature […]

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