Fasting during the month of Ramadan

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Fasting during the month of Ramadan can be good for your health if it’s done correctly.If you’re overweight, it can be an opportunity to lose weight – provided you eat healthily when you break the fast. What happens to your body when you fast The changes that happen in the… Read more »

Gut Bacteria And Health

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It’s funny how often we hear the expression “go with your gut” when trying to make a big decision. Our “gut instinct” is our intuition—a vibe or feeling we get that comes from many sources, including the sum of our experiences and wisdom. But our real gut is even more… Read more »

Things that Slow Down Your Metabolism

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Metabolism plays a very important role in fat burning and weight loss. It is also a very difficult process to measure accurately as there are so many factors which can affect its mechanism. However, there are few common factors which can be modified to positively increase your metabolism. 1. Timely… Read more »

Heart Disease In Women: Understand The Factors

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Heart Disease in women is one of the most overlooked while it is one of the leading killer in developed countries. Following information can help keep tab on the heart disease in women. Women, beginning 10 years post menopause, and with a family history of heart disease or are obese… Read more »

Basic Guidelines To A Well-Balanced Group Exercise Schedule

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Cardio respiratory Exercise: These exercises involves continuous, rhythmic and continuous movements with large muscle groups such legs, shoulders or chest muscles. For a normal healthy individual, 30 to 60 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise 5 days per week or 20 to 60 minutes of vigorous-intensity exercise 3 days per week is the… Read more »

Take That First Step – Walk Daily

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Walking is something most people can do, regardless of their individual level of fitness. Regardless of whether someone has an active and physical lifestyle or whether the normal physical activity is a short trip from the couch to the refrigerator, increasing the amount of daily walking has significant benefits for… Read more »

Why You Need to Do Calisthenics?

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There is no question that lately calisthenics has become a buzz in the fitness world. However, this sort of physical activity has been always been around. Just think about the burpees, push up, pull ups and dozens of other aerobic exercises we usually do besides weight training. Bodyweight exercises have always… Read more »

Why Swiss Ball Training Should be Part of your Exercise Programme

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The Stability Ball or “Swiss balls”,”Physio Balls”, “Balance Balls has a prominent role in the world of Fitness industry. Gym balls are all about instability. Using one in the gym for an exercise makes all your stabilizer muscles – those unsung heroes that play second fiddle to the pectorals, biceps, and triceps – work… Read more »

How To Lose Stubborn Abdominal Visceral Fat?

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There are two types of body fats namely visceral fat and subcutaneous fat. Subcutaneous fat is mostly the layer of fat just underneath the skin and which can be pinched and touched externally. As for visceral fat, it’s invisible to the eyes as it’s located around our internal vital organs… Read more »

Exercising with Osteoporosis? Stay active the safe way.

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Osteoporosis is a much talked about lifestyle condition which targets the elder strata of the society and is silent killer. Osteoporosis is associated with bone fragility and resulting fractures which presses the alarm button. Osteoporosis has been operationally defined on the basis of mineral density (BMD) assessment .According to the… Read more »