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Yuktahaar - The science of fitness & the art of well being
A holistic approach

The science of fitness & the art of well being

The Gita speaks of Yuktahaar, where Lord Krishna tells Arjun that for a meaningful Yoga practice, balance in food and sleep is crucial. This philosophy sums up Munmun’s program in a nutshell. It is a diet, exercise and lifestyle intervention program that promotes a holistic approach towards sensible and sustainable weight loss and improved health.

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Yuktahaar: Clients Speak

Watch Munmun and her clients talk about the benefits of a holistic approach towards sensible and sustainable weight loss and improved health.
The four elements of health

The Yuktahaar Way

We all have something we are looking to overcome. Sometimes these things can seem bigger than us, greater than us. Munmun’s philosophy, the Yuktahaar Way, is based around taking consistent action using four essential elements of health. Using these four elements help you lose weight, bring sustainable and tailored transformation from within and develop the lifestyle you deserve.

Food - Local food, global spirit

Food

Local food, global spirit

Modify your eating habits to reach your best potential, while keeping the “Desi” in you alive.

Exercise - Non-negotiable

Exercise

Non-negotiable

Make exercise a regular and non-negotiable part of your lifestyle to accelerate your health and quality of life.

Movement -Yuktahaar style!

Movement

Yuktahaar style!

Our bodies are created to be active and in motion. Join in and get moving, Yuktahaar style!

Sleep - A crucial element

Sleep

A crucial element

A crucial element for weight loss and your continued health and well being.

Recent work

AsiaBizToday

The holistic approach to Improved health & lifestyle

 AsiaBizToday exclusively featured Munmun’s interview at TrailBlazers, their section dedicated for women entrepreneurs in Asia who have charted a course for themselves.

To read the full interview, click here 

 

Munmun Ganeriwal in Asiabiztoday

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"Sitting is the new smoking"

Sitting for long hours has been proved by research to be an independent risk factor (as good as smoking) for heart diseases, obesity, diabetes, cancer and even depression.

Even if one is exercising for 60 minutes or more a day, while still being incredibly sedentary, they are at increased risks of death and disease. This is a new and challenging area for exercise science and population-health research.

These findings are also based on a study of “non-exercise activity thermogenesis” or NEAT, which is the amount of calories you burn doing everything except sleeping, eating and exercise. Low NEAT is linked to, among other things, weight gain, poor metabolic health and cancer.

Make your own “Get Moving” action plan to incorporate movements that effortlessly fit into your work life and daily living. Get moving, and stay moving!
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Diwali is just round the corner and like each year, apart from the fun & frolic, the festivities bring along fried food & goodies to savour.

Is it ok to eat my fried savouries: mathri, gujjiya, wada, chakli etc? The answer is an astounding YES, but only till you are frying them in the right cooking oil.

To know all about cooking oils and its effect on the health of our heart, read my article here-http://zigverve.com/fitness/nutrition/healthy-cooking-oils-heart/
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"EAT RIGHT THIS DIWALI"- Simple & practical tips from me in today's HT CITY (Hindustan Times) on how you can have your laddoo and eat it too!! ... See MoreSee Less

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