In our last post on new age alternative therapies, we talked about how they are also taking several steps forward to keep up with the fast-paced lives.In this series on new-age alternative therapies, we learn about radionics -
Ask women if they want a curvaceous body like Beyoncé, Bipasha and Scarlett Johansson, and you will get a screaming 'yes' in unison. But, not everyone is lucky to be born with genes that don't cause visceral fat deposits and
Changing social norms on smoking and drinking and a fast-food dominated lifestyle are causing a growing number of young people to fall prey to hypertension and a host of other diseases, warn doctors.
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Strong, luscious locks start in the shower with a shampoo session that maximises your hair’s potential. While an in-salon wash and blow-dry are a treat, you can mimic professional-quality results right at home.
‘Your hair is
Sex isn’t just about self-satisfaction. In fact, if you really want to score high in the bed, it’s essential you build up your sexual stamina to last the distance and keep your other-half happy. Here are some simple tips for
When you have a holiday on the horizon, it’s an opportunity to look forward to some well-earned rest, relaxation and a bit of down-time. However, a couple of weeks completely devoid of any exercise is a guaranteed way to lose a
Receding gums may be one of the first signs of gum disease. When gum recession occurs, 'pockets' or gaps, form between the teeth and the gum line. This makes it easy for disease-causing bacteria to build up. The first signs of
There is a preconceived belief that Indian food is fattening and high on calories. That is the reason why almost all health-conscious individuals are moving to salads and other cuisines these days. However, there are numerous
Shruti Jain was a busy working mother juggling children, work and household chores with aplomb, until she suddenly collapsed in office one day. Diagnosed with a stroke, she had to undergo a six-month recuperation and paid a
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Oats chaat - a chaat that is so healthy yet unbelievably delicious! When hunger pangs strike, this is quick to assemble - oats, vegetables, curd and chana and tangy chutneys. Good health and great taste! Great for serving
Orange segments added to milk flavoured with cardamom and saffron to form a delicious kheer. This orange kheer recipe is a healthy version as we have substituted rice with orange and sugar with sugar substitute to make it
Though cooked using very little ghee it tastes as scrumptious as the traditional puranpoli. I have added low fat mava to give it a shahi touch.
For The Dough
1 cup whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta)
From asking dieticians to draw up cafeteria menus to conducting counselling sessions to keep them fit, multinational companies and others are becoming mindful about their employees' health, given the steady rise in lifestyle