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Exercising in the new normal and how to stay safe?

EXERCISING IN THE NEW NORMAL AND HOW TO STAY SAFE?

Physical fitness and a good diet aren’t only beneficial for the body but also for a healthy mind and emotional wellbeing. With the pandemic, people are getting used to a comfortable lifestyle and most of the time is spent on the couch watching series or on the desk with office or college work. Let’s explore “Exercising in the new normal “and how to make your workout sessions safer.…

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brown bread vs white bread: which is healthier?

BROWN BREAD VS WHITE BREAD: WHICH IS HEALTHIER?

The tussle between the brown and white continues and this time it is all about bread.It is true that whole wheat stuff is always better than processed ones and has many nutritional values. But, the trap of “ 100% whole wheat” on the front label can make you pick the wrong one, but knowing what to look for can prevent you from falling victim to clever product marketing. Let’s go beyond the front labels and take a reality check.…

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How to boost your immunity with diet and lifestyle changes?

HOW TO BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY WITH DIET AND LIFESTYLE CHANGES?

Increase your immunity with these simple natural tips.Stay at home and Use this lock down time to learn new things. Do what you love to avoid unwanted stress and tension. Make the most out of this time and stay strong. Keep yourself active by doing household chores and home workout.All the tips given here will help you stay fit and active,but none of these can prevent COVID-19. Please follow the instructions given by the doctors and government officials. Report to…

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Why rest days are important?

WHY REST DAYS ARE IMPORTANT?

The gym is not the only place to work out. So, home workouts come to rescue. Don’t use this excuse to stay inactive.Eat well! The biggest blunder one can do is to get back to old eating habits and sitting for too long. A common mistake people make when they stop lifting weights is they stop doing any kind of exercise and eat whatever they please.Add little activity in your daily routine and avoid being a couch potato. Eat good…

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