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Should you maintain a Food Journal?

Should you keep a food journal?

A food journal is a daily log of what you eat or drink throughout the day. It involves jotting down everything you consume and is probably the best tool to practice mindful eating.  All of us keep a record of important stuff like important office or college work, a to-do list, etc. And, some even maintain a diary or a journal to write their personal experiences. We do all of this to track and reflect.  Keeping a food journal might…

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Got a desk job? Here’s how you can stay fit

Staying fit with a desk job

You were all motivated to start your fitness journey this year, but then your office hours came between you and your fitness. This is the most common excuse you can hear or give to yourself or your trainer. But, just because you have a desk job that demands 8 hours of your day doesn’t mean you should forget about your health and fitness. There are many ways to stay fit even with a desk job (stop giving excuses first). Here…

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Frozen foods and their impact on health

frozen foods vs fresh foods

Frozen foods are getting popular nowadays, and this will increase with time. With everyone being busy in their lives, frozen foods are one of the most convenient options. Though they simplify our lives but have their advantages and disadvantages. Here we will explore the nutritional value of frozen foods and their impact on health.┬áSo, let’s get started and see what frozen can offer over fresh food. Don’t worry, we are not asking you to remove those packets from your refrigerator.…

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GO NATURAL WITH YOGA BARS

GO NATURAL WITH YOGA BARS

Yoga Bars, are trending in the health industry as they provide you nutrition equivalent to one meal (let’s check their claim). My first trial was on yoga bars whose founders are two amazing sisters: Suhasini and Anindita Sampat Kumar. Their main focus was to make something that could be both healthy and tasty for everyone. It is the best substitute for chocolates as well. Yoga Bars: TASTE: Yoga bars have different flavors like apricot fig, almond coconut, apple cinnamon, blueberry…

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