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Drink More Water! With Avni Kaul

Posted in Expert Advice by  •  June 16, 2018

- Avni Kaul, Guest Editor   Everyone needs different amount of water to lead a healthy life depending on one’s general health and the level of activity one indulges in the place of residence or away from it. HEALTH BENEFITS A human body’s most important survival need is sufficient water. Water is needed...

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Celebrating International Day of Happiness with Avani Parekh, Director of Empathy at SHEROES. We asked her to share a few words on "happiness" with us. Have a read, relate, smile & spread the love!  Today on World Happiness Day I am sure all of us are thinking “Crap! I am still not happy – what’s the...

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Himalayan Rock Pink Salt is here! Be it an Athlete’s Diet for aesthetics, an Ayurvedic or Pranic Diet for overall well-being, salt is always a part of our food. In our quest for the perfect body and thoughtful mind, salt seldom sees the spotlight of our scrutinized diet charts. Salt, born of the sun and the...

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Ayurveda has always been revered in India. The doctors, known as Vaids, have demonstrated an uncanny knack of being able to dispense both cures and treatments with natural herbs and medicines that are both effective as well as suitable for the patient. I Say Organic decided to take a look at what one should eat,...

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We’ve long been interested in pranayama, or the control of breath. So when we got the opportunity to get a short introduction to it from Mini Thapar Shastri, owner of Om Yoga Shala in Vasant Vihar, Delhi, we jumped. Mini first trained in Hatha Yoga in Kerala 18 years ago. Successive learning from masters in...

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Monsoon is on its way and there needs to be something healthy nourishing and wholesome to make that will support you without it being too fatty. It is common for people to reach for food with extra fat in the rainy season; this gorgeous and simple raw recipe accompanied with sauce is well worth a try if you want a...

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Whether you’re a newbie at working out or an almost-pro, the goal is to get the most benefit out of how much (or little) you work out, eat right to aid your body in exercising and recovery. We spoke to Zoe Modgill, Founding Partner and Instructor at Studio 60 by Club Xcell, on moderate workouts and eating better,...

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How To Use Millets

Posted in Expert Advice by  •  May 8, 2015

If there’s one modern trend that demonstrates just how far we’ve gotten away from traditional food, it’s our ability to eat whatever we want, whenever we want it. This trend totally ignores things like locality and seasonality that our nanis and dadis relied on, and it’s a big reason people are dealing with...

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Our stressful lives, erratic sleep hours, reduced immunity and genetic predisposition pose serious health risks that show up as inflammation. Luckily for us, there are a few spices and herbs that can help fight inflammation, boost immune function and ward off chronic diseases. The focus, this time, is the brilliant...

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Here's Yoga, a healthy physical lifestyle, and the absolute zen spaces behind cooking and eating healthy. Yoga with Zubin Atre Millets workshop with Himanshu Kapoor Oil Free Cooking class with Meenu Nageshwaran            

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