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I like to move it, move it…Do you? You may want to stand up while you read this… If history is any guide, next week millions of people will make a New year’s fitness resolution in an annual, usually ineffective, effort to lose weight. From Gym workouts to Yoga, from Zumba to Pilates, from Kettle...
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“Kyun lena hai difficult option?” SRK, a.k.a Dr. Jag, asks Alia Bhat (Kaira) in the movie. He mentions that, often, the answer is that we unknowingly like to punish ourselves, because we believe that until we go through some suffering, there can be no rewards. After watching Dear Zindagi, I came out of the theatre...
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Neglected and underused crops are plant species with a long history of mainly local production and having strong links to the cultural heritage of their places of origin. They have been used for centuries or even millennia for their food, therapeutic and medicinal properties, but have been reduced in importance over time and have been ‘neglected’...
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The pics don’t quite tell you about how frustrating & scary it can get to actually start putting yourself first. About how you need to cajole your mind to start working out, about fighting diabetes at such a tender age, about emerging as a winner when you not only lose around more than 10kgs but...
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Things to do during and post-Diwali: 1. Start your day with a teaspoon of ghee, ajwain and kaala namak 2. Eat small meals frequently throughout the day In the middle of all the preparations, cooking, shopping and socialising, make time to eat. Starving during the day and binging at dinner represents the classical fasting and...
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Open letters are breaking the Internet these days. Farhan Akhtar recently wrote one to his daughter and Amitabh Bachchan to his granddaughters. Also in the very recent past, films such as Pink and Parched have done impeccably well in addressing women’s issues in both rural and urban settings in India. Today we are at the...
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For people like us who have been attached to our land where we come from for thousands of years, food is more than just a sum total of calories and nutrients. Our traditional meals define our identity and represent our relationship with the earth, wind and the sky. This point, so often lost in an...
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Body Transformation: Baani Kaur
Baani Kaur was this typical architect girl with erratic work nature that made her shuttle between Guwahati-Delhi-Ludhiana and an even more erratic sleeping pattern. My meeting with her at one of my seminars is what she describes as ‘life changing’. It’s one thing to lose 6 kgs in a span of just 2 months and...
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Modak - 'A different perspective'
The Ganpati festival has begun and as we prepare to welcome home the God of good luck, the WhatsApp and Facebook timelines of all Mumbaikars get filled with adverts of ‘sugar free’, ‘low fat’, and ‘zero cholesterol’ modaks. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MODAK The first reference to this traditional sweet made of rice dumplings...
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