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June 25, 20190

by funadmin

You are trying your best to stick to the diet regime, stick by the portions in all meals, have managed to knock off a few kilos, continuing with the same vigor, and most of the times you do succeed in doing so too. But then there are these weak moments when you tend to slip through.

If you tend to end up overeating in your meals than the prescribed portion, make sure you are not falling prey due to the following facts and if you are, let’s look at fixing it.

The reasons why you overeat are very nuanced and depend on the kind of person you are and the situation you are in. Most of the times, we blame it to our hormones, or some physical stress that’s gets us to falter.

If you tend to end up overeating in your meals than the prescribed portion, make sure you are not falling prey due to the following facts and if you are, let’s look at fixing it.

Fatigue & Tiredness

Attending day-to-day commitments can be an arduous task. Make sure you get 7-9 hours of sleep every night. Learn to say a ‘No’ to a last-minute assignment at work or to the coffee meet with friends late at night.

Boredom

Often eating the same food can make mealtimes monotonous and dull. And out of dullness, you don’t realize but   ironically instead of eating just enough, you seem to have overeaten. To avoid his from happening, try to change the recipe and the same food will start looking interesting.

Depression

It is very normal to stuff yourself with a lot of food, when you have had a bad day at work or an unpleasant situation. Food is often looked at as a comforter, which is quite a wrong do. Instead of engaging in an unhealthy eating ways, try something more therapeutic than food like talking to a pal, venting out the frustration by writing or even speaking it out to yourself opposite a mirror.

Peer pressure

At times; we eat less in a group of people. This pressure of eating less can come from friends or colleagues unintentionally. Eating less than required at one time will drop the sugar level drastically and force the body to eat more at other times. Remember, you are not answerable to anyone but yourself. You are doing this for yourself and not to prove to anyone. No one is and should have the right to keep a tab on you. Eat well at all meals and your body won’t ask for senseless eating.

Call to mind or reminisce that overeating might make you feel better at first, but it’s only going to lead to a bunch of health problems, not to mention, a heaping side of guilt and self-loathing and a downhill to the journey of weight loss. Once you have identified your triggers as to why you tend to overeat, act instinctively and break this habit.

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June 18, 20190

by funadmin

The monsoon brings with it joy and the promise of hope, but unfortunately it also brings along a plethora of monsoon-related health problems such as diarrhea, jaundice, typhoid and many more.

Eat – Fresh Fruits

It is very important to ensure you load up on fresh fruits such as apples, bananas, papaya, etc. during the monsoon. They will not only help provide your body with a high dose of vitamins but also boost immunity and keep your skin clear and blemish-free!

Avoid – Fried Foods

Try and avoid fried and oily foods as they are devoid of nutrition and may only cause you additional health problems during the monsoon.

 Eat – Hot Soup

Drinking hot soups will not only help keep you warm during the monsoon, but will also help boost immunity, and prevent you from catching the flu!

Avoid – Dairy Products

It is advisable to avoid dairy products and fermented products during this season, as they can spoil easily and can cause a string of health problems!

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June 12, 20190

by funadmin

Monsoons bring with them hope, happiness and joy. However, due to the cold climate and untimely rains, children especially can become more prone to sicknesses and disease such as flu, sore throat, thyphoid etc. But don’t you worry! Here is some expert recommended health advice by health coach and fitness trainer Pooja Bhargava, to keep your children safe this monsoon!

Give your kids boiled water

It is essential that you give your children boiled or purified water to drink. The monsoon rain can act as a carrier of germs and diseases, which can make you, as well as your children very sick. Ensure that you keep boiled or purified water readily available in your house. Also, try and wash your vegetables and fruits with boiled water as well to avoid infections.

Load up on vitamins

Coloured fruits and vegetables are your shield against infectious diseases, and health disorders. Add a load of coloured veggies and fruits, such as capsicum, eggplant, pumpkin etc. to your child’s diet. These foods are loaded with essential nutrients and vitamins which will help boost immunity, help them grow strong and of course keep unwanted sicknesses at bay.

Super soups!

Soups are one of the best foods to have during the rains. While most of us usually crave chaat, bhajis and fried food during the monsoon, the best food to have are hot, yummy and healthy soups. All you need to do is boil some vegetables, add in some spices and serve it up hot! It is an easy and healthy food option to enjoy during the monsoon.

Make them play indoors

Children love playing in the rain. But while splashing around in those dirty puddles may be a whole lot of fun for them it can be very harmful to their health. Stagnant rainwater can become the breeding ground for malaria-carrying mosquitos and other insects. Therefore, it is better to prevent children from playing outdoors especially when it is raining. You can keep some board games handy to help keep you kids entertained during the evening time.

Simply follow these monsoon healthcare tips, and your kids and you will have a healthy and joyous monsoon!

 

Want to keep your child safe from health disorders and sickness? Well, then an immunity boosting health plan is just what you need. Call 9619940698 or visit http://bit.ly/2xfsHzW to book an appointment with Health Coach & Fitness Trainer Pooja Bhargava today!

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January 22, 20190

by funadmin

The New Year is a wonderful time to leave behind the past and focus on the present. Most new year resolutions tend to revolve around weight loss or achieving other physical goals. However, while striving to achieve better physical health we often do not give importance to our mental health. That is why this year, we have put together 7 New Year resolutions for better mental health!

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December 24, 20180

by funadmin

Winter may be a fun season for you, but it can prove to be quite tough on your skin and hair. Dry skin, chapped lips, cracked feet; these are some of the common problems faced by majority of us during winters. That is why we have put together these essential winter beauty care tips. Follow these tips to ensure you protect and moisturize your skin and hair this winter!

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