@rujuta.diwekar says 'Bengalis eat lots of coconut, which is why their skin is flawless. So, have daab water, eat tender coconut, eat coconut when it is ripe, and surely eat it in its dry form (desiccated) in laddoos and barfis. Coconut is antibacterial and antiviral, especially good for kids who keep falling ill with every change of season. Garnish your vegetables with coconut, make chutneys out of coconut, make laddoos'
Content taken from The Telegraph article published on 5th Jan'18
Your body is the result of your habits. It is what you feed it.
People who think someone's body is a result of better metabolism and gifted genes, though better metabolism does contribute but to keep that strong one needs to have a healthy lifestyle, it doesn't just come easy.
So get up from your comfortable bed now and workout.
Say no to junk and start including greens and protein in your diet
Mid-way weight loss motivation @kapooria.neha has been working on the diet chart and workout plan made by me since the last 1.5 months, she hasn't just lost weight and inches off her body but has also learned a way to healthy eating and understanding what her body needs the most. She logs her meals, takes account of her macros and targets to reach her optimal goal.
I'm proud of you girl! You have a long way to go. Keep it up! 😊
Legs are the most neglected part when it comes to workout, yes legs do pain but its no excuse to miss a leg day.
Even at the beginning I used to miss my leg workouts a lot but it is not something to be missed completely.
Workout courtesy @blogilates
One diet trend we all follow religiously is diets that make us eat less or almost nothing. We follow it for a week or a month and once its over we hog like crazy.
Diet we should follow - Diet that consists of food items that are eaten in the are you live in. We Indians rely on Carbs, low carb diet is beneficial but only for sometime. Instead of eating less why don't you eat properly and take into consideration the macros