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The beginning of March sees a surge in renewal of gym memberships, people rushing to the supermarket over the weekend to buy healthy groceries and a conscious effort to avoid bingeing. Longer days and shorter nights means summer is around the corner and you want to be able to feel and look your best, especially […]
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I am 28 years old and born into a Sikh family. I don’t smoke and I seldom drink alcohol except for the celebratory glass of wine once in maybe a few months. I have been diligent and consistent with my workouts for the last 5 or 6 years. I eat pretty clean for the most […]
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This post was originally published in To Be Healthy here Our bodies are subjected to a whole heap of pesticides and preservatives in our food, chemicals from household items and cosmetics and stress from our crazy, hectic lifestyles. We drink way too much coffee in the day to stay awake at work and naturally find […]
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Natti’s Naturals is nestled in a heritage Portuguese house on a quiet stretch of Arpora. The cafe a comprehensive menu that incorporates superfoods, antioxidant rich foods, gluten free grains and ‘acai’ smoothies for every kind of traveller. This cute cafe is a must visit for anyone who likes to eat a healthy breakfast post yoga […]
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The hammam is an ancient purification ritual practiced by the Moroccans, Turkish, Greeks and the Romans. Baths today are a private and solitary activity but traditional hammam rituals were often centered around entertainment and social gatherings. The quarters for men and women were separate but often entire families would get together for the hammam ceremony. […]
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The post was originally published for Vogue Digital here Looking after oneself has never been a bigger priority, with lifestyle diseases steadily on the rise. People are now choosing health sanctuaries for holidays to refuel, de-stress and return revitalised. That’s what healing holidays are all about—getaways to cure and recover mindfully. The Chiva Som in […]
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Originally published for Health Bloggers Magazine See the article here The island of the gods has had a hold on me since I first visited it with my father 5 years ago. I can’t keep myself from going back and if you are a health enthusiast, then you have found your sanctuary. Here are my […]
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Originally published in The Huffingtonpost India and Scribbler. Lead Image Credit – Dhruv Sethi Can eating too clean or exercising too much actually be a bad thing? I didn’t think so either. But, as I discovered, pounding your feet on the pavement, cycling 50 miles a day and swimming 10 miles a week has a […]
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A guest post by Jhilmil Breckenridge The unquiet mind Can you be with this one breath, This moment, this now? —Paul Salmon Mindfulness is defined by Jon Kabat-Zinn, founder of the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts, as “the awareness that emerges through paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally […]
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A guest post by Ambika Singh Rikhye There are butterflies in your stomach when you meet the love of your life. You get sweaty palms and your heart literally skips a beat. You look forward to meeting him every day and introducing him to your friends and family. Finally, you settle down with him. This […]
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