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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Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in our culture today. India is among the top three countries with about 64.5 million people affected by it, till last year. And diabetes will be the seventh largest killer in the world by 2030.

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coverage-update-ndtv-onlineHypertension is one of the most common lifestyle diseases today, with every fifth person we meet suffering from it. A critical step in preventing and treating high blood pressure is making the right lifestyle choices. These lifestyle changes can help reduce your blood pressure along with the use of prescribed medications.


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Find out how you can stay fit despite hectic travel schedule. Read the complete article here


FB-Post Saket Announcement---Copy (1)As a certified Health and Wellness Coach, Preeti Rao will be working with leading doctors in the Cardiology Department at Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket, where she will offer lifestyle intervention programs for improving cardiovascular health and a better quality of life to patients. She will be consulting with patients pre-surgery as well as post surgery, to help them make better choices when it comes to nutrition, exercise, stress management and addiction management. Continue Reading »