In my recent ‘ Future of Health ‘article in Cosmopolitan Magazine , October 2017 issue I shares how lifestyle changes, natural exercises, and alternative healing will change the way we will perceive and experience health. A must read for all who are passionate about health and wellness.22712612_1900828279944188_4677513674129300111_o

5-basic-rules-to-stay-fit #Cosmopolitan magazine talks about 5 simple rules that will help you stay fit and maintain your ideal weight.

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FB Home Page Banner 4The traditional definition that Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food (e.g. phytonutrients, anthocyanins, tannins, etc.) in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism is limiting. Your relationship with food and what you eat, how you eat, when you eat, who you eat with and why you eat essentially affects your health. Continue Reading »


Diabetes is one of the most common lifestyle diseases in the world. India is among the top three countries with about 64.5 million people affected by diabetes till last year. Moreover, it has been predicted that diabetes will be the 7th largest killer in the world by 2030.  Diabetes is a chronic disease with no known cure and the medication available only helps in keeping the blood sugar levels as close to normal to avoid other health complications. But you should know that you can reduce the risk of diabetes by taking certain preventive measures.

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The Post-Festive Detox!


The festive celebrations are over and the one thing that we fear is the weighing scale. Indulgence has been at its peak and all that we most likely need right now is to detox and cleanup. After a heavy and calorie-loaded festive week, it is essential that you detox in a safe and healthy way to recover the body and put your system back on track.

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walking-can-be-a-lifesaverDiabetes is one of the most common diseases in our culture today. India is among the top 3 countries with about 64.5 million people affected by diabetes till last year. Diabetes will be the 7th largest killer in the world by 2030.

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Let’s be honest, your 30s are the most occupied decade of your life. Ages 30 to 39 are prime time for most of us with a lot of commitments, as well as responsibility towards career, home and family.

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Here’s a great article on how #healthcoaches can help break unhealthy habits #TheWallstreetJournalChanging unhealthy habits is hard, doctors say. But with Americans suffering from chronic disease in epidemic proportions, a big push is under way to get more individuals to do just that. To read the complete article click here


1.Eat only when hungry – Reduce unnecessary snacking. Most of us give in to the industrialized regulated lifestyles of today, that prescribes three meals a day as well as snacks and tea breaks in-between. Many times, we eat out of stress or simply to be social. Instead, learn to listen to your body and eat when you feel hungry. Indulge in mindful eating and consume only up to 70-80% of your capacity.

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Why, when and whom to marry – this seems like a tough question. No other decision you will make in the course of your lifetime will affect you as deeply and as irrevocably, for the better and for the worse, as this one. And no other decision will be made in as high-pressure circumstances, and in as subjective a state of mind, as this one. Yet, this is also the most primary relationship of our life, and the one we invest the most time and effort in.
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