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Face Yoga

“Aging gracefully” can be a frightening figure of speech in our world filled with anti-wrinkle crèmes and serums loaded with toxins and chemicals. But what if there was an easier, more natural way of boosting youthful beauty without harmful ingredients? Or even a cream? It certainly seems strange to think that our faces need exercise too. But doing facial exercises or Face Yoga, is a completely natural way to make your face look younger by toning the muscles. Even if you work-out regularly, you probably neglect these muscles. clenching your face muscles improves blood circulation......

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Ankylosing Spondylitis in Men

Dr. Saziya Salmani It is one of the most common rheumatic diseases found in both men and women but what lies underneath this is the difference in its prevalence and clinical presentation with relation to gender. What is Ankylosing Spondylitis? Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) comes from Greek word origin ankylos meaning stiffening, spondylos meaning vertebra, and -itis meaning inflammation, which together means stiffening of the spine. It primarily affects the spine, although other joints can also get affected. It is a chronic, progressive and painful inflammation of the spinal joints (vertebrae). In advanced cases this inflammation......

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Veganism- the new way of life

Is being vegan just going off all meat, non-veg and dairy foods? In terms of diet yes it is giving up all animal foods such as meat, fish, eggs, dairy and dairy products, honey etc. Most vegans in terms of diet follow a plant based diet . One may go vegan to feel more healthy or to live a cruelty free and guilt free life ( by causing least harm to animals) or because they are allergic to dairy and meat products or to lose weight or to recover from a disease etc. The reasons......

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World vegan day

01st November – WORLD VEGAN DAY PRESERVING HEALTH THORUGH A VEGAN DIET Do it not because someone is asking you to do it or someone else is doing it. Do it because you have tried it first hand and found it worth continuing. – Anonymous Who are vegans? Vegans are those who eat no meat, fish, poultry, eggs, or dairy products. Veganism is becoming popular by the day not just because of its cult status but because of the amplitude of health benefits it brings along for those who follow it. Anyone with a rational......

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Yoga if you have no time

No matter where you find yourself on your fitness journey (including not being on that journey whatsoever) there is one thing we all have one thing in common: the need to stretch. But some days, it’s just not possible to put in a full hour of yoga. But most days will allow for this 10-to-15-minute sequence that stretches the back, hamstrings, and hips—the key problem areas for many people. Home practise is hard but there are many reasons why you should make an attempt: 1.Helps Stiffness and Sore Muscles 2. Increases Range of Motion 3. Relieves......

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The wellness garden – 1st July 2018  Celebration of health Plan Be – Dr. Rajan Sankaran Dr. Rajan Sankaran ascertained many pearls from his beautiful journey.He shares this in Plan B In Wellness Garden – the other song. Plan B in his own Words- In this plan of action , achievement , attraction, aversion, advancement and adventure , We forget to live in the moment , Just to be in this very moment, Whole realm of peace is within us , to enter this space , Let us listen to the words of saints, And......

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1. Consume food that can balancae 3 omega or 6 omega essential fatty acid. An imbalance can result in dry skin, dandruff, cracking, and early skin aging. Every eczema and Psoriasis sufferer must address this aspect of nutrition, especially as both these conditions are inflammatory in nature. 2. A diet rich in Vitamin A, C, and E is the best antioxidant and is most helpful in maintaining healthy skin. It may include different types of fruits and vegetables like black grapes, oranges, and blueberry. 3. The most important B vitamin for the skin is biotin.......

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Treat your tummy with a nutritious breakfast All you need is 2 cups sprouted moong beans ½ tsp turmeric 1 potato, steamed and cubed 1 tomato, diced 1 cucumber, diced Lemon juice Red chilli powder Coriander, chopped fine Amchur powder Chaat masala 1 finely chopped onion (optional) Preparing it Steam the moong beans with some turmeric for about 15 minutes. Add in the rest of the ingredients and serve. It is as simple as that! Nutrition facts Moong is a rich source of protein in this dish as it is simply steamed and not cooked......

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“The Belly” – An Epidemic Lifestyle Problem

Corporate or non-corporate, our hectic lifestyle and busy schedules often leave us burned out and tired. Additionally, unhealthy eating habits, lack of exercise, and high-stress levels – all of these give rise to a vanity devoid concerning problem – A Flabby Tummy. Yoga, a centuries-old way of relieving stress and improving strength and flexibility helps you to have a healthy body and mind surpassing the inevitable stress levels of our lives. “The Belly” – An epidemic lifestyle problem; is forcing people to be cautious of their expanding waistlines that result in instances of metabolic disorders......

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Basics of Diet for Diabetes

By Dr. Namrata Lohade 1. All the food should be Plant based.  This means no animal products including meat, chicken, eggs, and dairy products like milk, cheese, butter, curds, ice-cream. 2. All the food should be whole.  This means no sugar, no oil, no packaged food, white rice, maida, rava, sabudana etc.  Do not remove the skin of groundnuts, vegetables, fruits as far as possible. 3. All food should be organic. 4. Do not consume more than 10 nuts in a day. 5. Patient can eat as much of fruits, vegetables, seeds, and grains. There......

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