OVERNIGHT CHOCOLATE CHIA SEED PUDDING

OVERNIGHT CHOCOLATE CHIA SEED PUDDING

I love chia seeds and use them all the time. Chia seeds are mini powerhouses packing more calcium than milk, more antioxidants than blueberries, and more omega-3 than salmon.

They are very versatile and are a great protein-packed addition to many recipes because of their ability to thicken and gel.

What is Chia Pudding?

Chia seed pudding is a simple and delicious way to easily get the benefits of chia seeds. It takes minutes to make and has enough protein and nutrients to be a quick, on-the-go breakfast option.

This chia pudding could be put in reused baby food jars or small mason jars, Personally, I love this with some chopped soaked nuts, fresh fruit, or even chocolate shavings for breakfast or a delicious low-sugar dessert.

Do consider this recipe my whittled down, super simple version that’s naturally sweetened, vegan and gluten free. Anyone can make it! Plus, it’s so healthy it’s actually suitable for breakfast

This recipe is simple, requiring just 6 basic ingredients that are totally versatile.

This is the beauty of chia pudding. Once you have the chia seed-to-liquid ratio right, the flavor possibilities are endless.

Make this the night before for a decadent breakfast or mid-day snack. Or prep it in the morning for a hands-off, simple dessert to unwind from the day.

You can’t go wrong either way! And it lasts for a couple of days in the fridge – if you can resist sneaking spoonful that long.

OVERNIGHT CHOCOLATE CHIA SEED PUDDING

Simple, 6-ingredient chocolate chia seed pudding that’s naturally sweetened and so thick and creamy. Loaded with nutrients and perfect for breakfast, a snack, or dessert!

PREP TIME3 hours 10 minutes

TOTAL TIME3 hours 10 minutes

Servings:  (1/2-cup servings)

Category: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack

Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Vegan

Does it keep? 4-5 Days

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup cacao powder or unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 3-5 Tbsp Honey 
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon (optional)
  • 1 pinch sea salt
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups Almond milk Original Unsweetened (or light coconut milk for creamier texture!)
  • 1/2 cup chia seeds

Instructions

  1. To a small mixing bowl add cacao powder (sift first to reduce clumps), Honey, ground cinnamon, salt, and vanilla and whisk to combine. Then add a little dairy-free milk at a time and whisk until a paste forms. Then add remaining dairy-free milk and whisk until smooth.
  2. Add chia seeds and whisk once more to combine. Then cover and refrigerate overnight, or at least 3-5 hours (until it’s achieved a pudding-like consistency).
  3. Leftovers keep covered in the fridge for 4-5 days, though best when fresh. Serve chilled with desired toppings, such as fruits, granola, or coconut whipped cream.

6 Tips to Stay Hydrated While You Exercise This Summer

6 Tips to Stay Hydrated While You Exercise This Summer

It is finally summer time! Unfortunately, summer comes along with hot and humid conditions that can have a terrible effect on your body if you have not properly hydrated and with the extreme Humid conditions and heat it gets difficult and uncomfortable to exercise. 

It is important to consider the effects that the sun and warmer temperatures can have on your body and your performance, and to be sure to get appropriate hydration.

Female drinking a fresh water from bottle.

Here are six helpful tips to keep you hydrated and healthy as you exercise outdoors this summer.

  1. Carry water with you during your workout. Not only should you drink water in the few hours leading up to your workout, but you need to be drinking water during the workout as well. It is recommended to drink a cup of fluid every 15 minutes during your exercise session.
  2. Replace the fluid that you have lost. A good rule of thumb is to drink two cups of fluid for every pound that you lost due to water loss during the activity. If you have weight-loss goals, don’t be fooled into thinking that the weight you lost during the workout is a good thing. It is just water weight.
  3. Avoid exercising outdoors during the hottest hours of the day (generally between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.). This will make for a more comfortable training session and decrease your likelihood of becoming dehydrated.
  4. Recognize if you are dehydrated. There are many symptoms that determine if you are becoming dehydrated, including feeling thirsty, tired, or dizzy; and having a headache; to name a few. If you start to experience these side effects, you must rehydrate yourself before the situation becomes a medical emergency. Do not try to continue exercise if you feel you are becoming dehydrated!
  5. Be aware of hyponatremia! This occurs when you are consuming more fluid than you need during an activity, resulting in a low level of sodium in the bloodstream. Consuming a sports beverage rather than water during endurance activities can be beneficial to you if you experience this.
  6. Your water requirement may go up if you sweat a lot during the work out session. If you indulge in outdoor sports, you need to drink more water to stay hydrated. Ensure that the water that you drink is safe for consumption. Carry a bottle of water with you to ensure that you don’t fall sick or get water-borne diseases.
Female drinking a fresh water from bottle.

Oatmeal Smoothie Recipe

Hi All,

If you’re someone who is looking to make breakfast smoothies for weight loss a part of your 2019 goals or add extra servings of fruits and veggies to your diet or need a balanced smoothie for post-workout recovery, or just want a yummy, filling way to nourish your body, this banana oatmeal smoothie recipe is one you’ll want to sip over and over again.

If you’re amateur to the smoothie game, it’s also a delicious, great place to start. With its sweet banana base, warm oats and cinnamon, and the decadent taste of peanut butter, this smoothie tastes like an oatmeal cookie.

About This Oatmeal Smoothie Recipe

The ingredients you will need to make this quick and healthy breakfast smoothie are:

  • Oatmeal. A seriously underrated smoothie ingredient! Oatmeal is rich in fiber, and it makes smoothies satisfyingly thick and ultra-filling. This Oatmeal Smoothie will keep you full all morning, and the oatmeal is a big part of that. I most often use rolled oats, but quick oats work too.
  • Frozen Banana. The next time you have spotty bananas on your counter, peel and cut them into pieces, then freeze them in a zip lock bag. They make any smoothie thick, naturally sweet, and creamy. If you don’t have any frozen bananas, you can use fresh banana. Your smoothie will be liquidier, so pop in a few ice cubes at the end to thicken it up.
  • Peanut Butter. The healthy fat and protein in peanut butter are a big part of what makes this Oatmeal Smoothie so filling. It’s just the touch of richness the smoothie recipe needs to taste satisfying and not like something you’re stuck eating.

Any kind of creamy peanut butter will work here, so feel free to use your favorite. You can use crunchy peanut butter also, though I prefer the smoothness of creamy.

  • Honey. I love the flavor of Honey and oatmeal together. A half tablespoon was plenty for me, but feel free to adjust to your taste.
  • Almond Milk. Unsweetened plain or unsweetened vanilla almond milk is my favorite for smoothies.

That said, feel free to use any milk you like. The Oatmeal Smoothie is quite thick as the recipe is written, so if you prefer a thinner texture or your blender is struggling, splash in a little extra.

  • Cinnamon + Pure Vanilla Extract. Solidifies the oatmeal cookie flavor factor.

Optional Oatmeal Smoothie Recipe Additions

The beauty of smoothies is their flexibility. Stock up on a few essentials, and you’ll have super healthy breakfast smoothies on demand!

  • Strawberry Oatmeal Smoothie. Replace half of the banana with frozen strawberries. If you’d like it to be a peanut butter oatmeal smoothie no bananas, you can replace the bananas with strawberries entirely.
  • Extra Protein Oatmeal Smoothie. Add a scoop of your favorite vanilla or chocolate protein powder.
  • Green Oatmeal Smoothie. Ready to embrace the green? Add a handful or two of spinach. It will change the color, but the taste is imperceptible. If you are looking to slide a green oatmeal smoothie past picky eaters and hiding the green is important, consider adding oatmeal to a darker, berry-colored smoothie like this Blueberry Avocado Banana Smoothie or add a few handfuls of blueberries or raspberries to this recipe.

Oatmeal Smoothie Recipe

Prep time:  5 MINS, Total time:  5 MINS

Creamy Oatmeal Smoothie with peanut butter and banana. With fiber, protein, and healthy fats, this vegan breakfast smoothie is filling and delicious!

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup old-fashioned oats or quick oats
  • 1 banana — chopped into chunks and frozen
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk (or any other milk)
  • 1 tablespoon creamy peanut butter
  • 1/2 tablespoon pure Honey — plus additional to taste
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/8 teaspoon sea salt — don’t skip this, as it makes the oatmeal pop!
  • Ice — optional, add at the end if you want a thicker smoothie

Instructions

Place the oats in the bottom of a blender and pulse a few times until finely ground. Add the banana, milk, peanut butter, Honey, vanilla, cinnamon, and salt.

 Blend until smooth and creamy, stopping to scrape down the blender as needed. Taste and add additional sweetener if you’d like a sweeter smoothie. Enjoy immediately.

Few great Breakfast Foods for Weight Loss and Fitness.

Starting your day with healthy breakfast foods can help you maintain energy, fend off hunger attacks and lose weight.

Need ideas for a healthy breakfast? Mix up your morning meal and try one—or a few—of these 5 healthy breakfast foods that help you lose weight.

A healthy breakfast should be balanced and deliver a mix of protein, complex carbohydrates, fiber and healthy fat to keep you full and fueled up for your day.

1. Blueberries

A cup of Blueberries delivers a whopping 8 grams of fiber (that’s more than double what is in a cup of strawberries and about the same amount in a cup of some types of beans). What’s so great about all that fiber? Eating more fiber as a way to prevent weight gain or even encourage weight loss.

2. Oatmeal

Oatmeal can help you lose weight in two ways. First, it’s packed with fiber and it keeps you feeling fuller longer. Second, eating a breakfast made with “slow-release” carbohydrates—such as oatmeal or bran cereal—3 hours before you exercise may help you burn more fat. Eating “slow-release” carbohydrates doesn’t spike blood sugar as high as eating refined carbohydrates (think: white toast). In turn, insulin levels don’t spike as high. Because insulin plays a role in signaling your body to store fat, having lower blood sugar levels may help you burn fat.

3. Yogurt

Protein is naturally filling and takes longer to digest than simple carbohydrates. When people drank a whey protein drink, they lost about 4 pounds more and about an inch more from their waists over 6 months and felt less hungry than people given a carbohydrate shake instead. Whey protein is found naturally in yogurt and other dairy.

4. Peanut Butter

Nuts were also among the top 5 foods that promote weight loss. That’s probably because peanut butter and all nuts and nut butters deliver a good dose of healthy fats, fiber and protein—all satisfying nutrients.

Try spreading tablespoon or two of peanut butter onto whole-wheat toast (another “slow-release” carbohydrate) or adding nuts or nut butter to your oatmeal (another “slow-release” carb) for a balanced meal.

5. Eggs

One large egg has 6 grams of protein and 70 calories. Compared to carbohydrates and fat, protein keeps you satisfied longer.

EAT WELL LIVE WELL

Benefits of using the Pilates Reformer

Benefits of using the Pilates Reformer

“If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old; if it is completely flexible at 60, you are young.” ~ Joseph H. Pilates.

Whether you do Pilates as your mainstream workout or to supplement other activities, exciting news for everyone is that a new study shows that regular exercise slows down the signs of ageing.

I started my Pilates journey few years back along with YOGA, when I was almost immobile due to a lower back spasm. It was Reformer Pilates and Yoga which helped me to recover, gain my strength back and be fit.

A very recent study has shown that the muscles of older men and women who have exercised for decades are extremely distinguishable in many ways from those of healthy 25-year-olds, according to the study these men and women also had much higher aerobic capacities than most people their age, the study showed, making them biologically about 30 years younger than their chronological ages.

What is Pilates Reformer?

The Pilates Reformer is an exercise machine used to incorporate the Pilates exercise technique for a challenging and intense workout. Springs, leverage and body weight are used as resistance while performing movements targeting specific muscle groups. Workouts consist of controlled, flowing movements working your muscles through a full range of motion. The reformer adds increased resistance to the movement. By working to overcome this resistance, training results in increased fitness levels.

Few Benefits of using the Pilates Reformer:

Pilates Improves Your Strength – Don’t think that Pilates is a gentle workout.  Reformer Pilates can be a seriously challenging because the movement is so specific, controlled and precise.  Just ask the Leinster Rugby Team, who often use Reformer Pilates to enhance preseason conditioning.

Pilates Improves Flexibility – Using Reformer Pilates to carefully create a movement sequence that works the joints, muscles and bones all together is going to give you a much enhanced level of flexibility.

Improves Breathing – Pilate’s workouts emphasize proper breathing. Breathing becomes deeper and less frequent, resulting in improved relaxation. Benefits include increased lung capacity and breathing efficiency during workouts and at rest. Your lungs are better equipped to supply your body with increased oxygen during workouts. Energy levels increase during exercise and at rest.

Pilates Reduces Mental Stress & Fatigue – Breathing properly can also super charge your core strength.  Your diaphragm and core muscles work in tandem so when you improve your breathing, you improve your dynamic core strength too.

Reduces Body Fat – Exercise increases your metabolism, your body’s ability to burn calories. Increased muscle mass increases the number of calories burned. When the amount of calories burned is more than the amount of calories eaten, excess body fat is burned and used for energy to meet the increased demand.

Pilates Makes You Happy – But the biggest benefit Pilates brings to your life is that it can really improve your mood.  Whether it is all that  spine movement, an hour of head space or just being in the incredible environment of the studios, Pilates leaves you feeling better on the way out every time.

Keep your body moving and let Pilates take your health to a new level.

10 Benefits of Practicing Yoga

The word YOGA has been derived from the Sanskrit word “YUJI” meaning union, yoga is an ancient practice that brings together mind and body. It incorporates breathing exercises, meditation and poses designed to encourage relaxation and reduce stress.

I started yoga when I got major spasm in my lower back few years back it helped me a lot to release the pain and recover. I practice yoga generally thrice a week at the break of dawn. 

Yoga practicing is said to have many benefits for both mental, spiritual and physical health.

This blog takes a look at 10 benefits of yoga.

1. Relieves Anxiety

Many people begin practicing yoga as a way to cope with feelings of anxiety, it emphasizes the importance of being present in the moment and finding a sense of peace, which could help treat anxiety.

2. Can Decrease Stress

Yoga is known for its ability to ease stress and promote relaxation.

In fact, multiple studies have shown that it can decrease the secretion of cortisol, the primary stress hormone. When used alone or along with other methods of alleviating stress, such as meditation, yoga can be a powerful way to keep stress in check.

Studies show that yoga can help ease stress and lower your levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

3. Improves Quality of Life

Yoga is becoming increasingly common as an adjunct therapy to improve quality of life for many individuals. Studies have found that yoga may help improve sleep quality, enhance spiritual well-being, improve social function and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression in patients with cancer.

4. Could Improve Heart Health

From pumping blood throughout the body to supplying tissues with important nutrients, the health of your heart is an essential component of overall health. Studies show that yoga may help improve heart health and reduce several risk factors for heart disease.

High blood pressure is one of the major causes of heart problems, such as heart attacks and stroke. Lowering your blood pressure can help reduce the risk of these problems. Some research also suggests that incorporating yoga into a healthy lifestyle could help slow the progression of heart disease.

5. May Reduce Inflammation

In addition to improving your mental health, some studies suggest that practicing yoga may reduce inflammation as well.

Inflammation is a normal immune response, but chronic inflammation can contribute to the development of pro-inflammatory diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Some studies show that yoga may reduce inflammatory markers in the body and help prevent pro-inflammatory diseases.

6. May Fight Depression

Some Researches show that yoga may have an anti-depressant effect and could help decrease symptoms of depression. This may be because yoga is able to decrease levels of cortisol, a stress hormone that influences levels of serotonin, the neurotransmitter often associated with depression. Yoga may decrease symptoms of depression by influencing the production of stress hormones in the body.

7. Could Promote Sleep Quality

Poor sleep quality has been associated with obesity, high blood pressure and depression, among other disorders. Studies show that incorporating yoga into your routine could help promote better sleep.

Another research looked at the effects of yoga on sleep in patients with lymphoma. They found that it decreased sleep disturbances, improved sleep quality and duration and reduced the need for sleep medications. Although the way it works is not clear, yoga has been shown to increase the secretion a hormone that regulates sleep and wakefulness.

Yoga also has a significant effect on anxiety, depression, chronic pain and stress — all common contributors to sleep problems.

8. Could Reduce Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a persistent problem that affects millions of people and has a range of possible causes, from injuries to arthritis.

Although more research is needed, incorporating yoga into your daily routine may be beneficial for those who suffer from chronic pain.

9. Improves Flexibility and Balance

Lot of people add yoga to their fitness routine to improve flexibility and balance.

There is considerable research that backs this benefit, demonstrating that it can optimize performance through the use of specific poses that target flexibility and balance.

Practicing just 20–30 minutes of yoga each day could make a big difference for those looking to enhance performance by increasing flexibility and balance.

10. Promotes Healthy Eating Habits

Mindful eating, also known as intuitive eating, is a concept that encourages being present in the moment while eating.

It’s a lot about paying attention to the taste, smell and texture of your food and noticing any thoughts, feelings or sensations you experience while eating. This practice has been shown to promote healthy eating habits that help control blood sugar, increase weight loss and treat disordered eating behaviors.

Because yoga places a similar emphasis on mindfulness, some studies show that it could be used to encourage healthy eating behaviors. For those with and without disordered eating behaviors, practicing mindfulness through yoga can aid in the development of healthy eating habits.

Summary

Multiple studies have confirmed the many mental and physical benefits of yoga.

Incorporating it and making it a daily habit into your routine can help enhance your health, increase strength and flexibility and reduce symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety.

Finding the time to practice yoga just a few times per week may be enough to make a noticeable difference when it comes to your health.

**For all my Mumbai readers – Yoga Institute in Santa Cruz East is what I would personally recommend as they have been consistently the best since 100 years .

Is Skipping Breakfast Really That Bad for Weight Loss?

There has been a very strong belief that those who eat breakfast are less likely to be overweight and it’s also been suggested that people who eat breakfast tend to eat less later in the day.

It’s resulted in the idea that eating breakfast will help prevent weight gain and is important for those trying to lose weight. However, a recent study has found the opposite might be true.

Here’s what you need to know about whether breakfast helps or harms weight loss.

EATING BREAKFAST DOESN’T MEAN YOU’LL LOSE WEIGHT …

Recent research’s examined the connection and found no association between eating breakfast and weight maintenance for women; men who ate breakfast were slightly better able to keep their weight down.

… BUT IT COULD HAVE OTHER BENEFITS

Some research has found eating breakfast may be important for helping to decrease risk of Type 2 diabetes. Eating breakfast may also help enhance performance for tasks requiring attention, memory and executive function, according to another study.

It’s also worth noting a few studies have found those who consume the highest percentage of their daily calories at breakfast had lower BMIs than those who filled up at lunch or dinner.

SKIPPING BREAKFAST DOESN’T MEAN YOU’LL LOSE WEIGHT … EITHER

Yes there have been lot of discussions going on about Intermittent Fasting, which general includes fasting for 16 hours and most people skip breakfast to achieve the same. But it depends on what works for your body and it’s not advisable to follow a Diet fad just because someone said so.

CONCLUSION

Breakfast is just another time we take in calories. In order to prevent weight gain we have to watch our overall calorie intake and match it to our calorie needs. What’s more, the decision to eat (or skip) breakfast is an individual one: If you’re hungry first thing in the morning, eat; if your stomach doesn’t start rumbling until a few hours after you wake up, skipping breakfast is OK.

If you eat breakfast, make smart choices. Skip sugary processed foods and pick protein-rich options that fill you up and provide important nutrients. Greek yogurt topped with nuts and berries or a breakfast sandwich made with eggs and vegetables — both meals offer a combination of protein, mono- and polyunsaturated fats and fiber.

10 keys to Proper Hydration

Proper hydration isn’t a summer specific conversation; it’s a year-round commitment because consuming enough fluids is vital for maintaining every function of our bodies — from our brain to our muscles and organs, including our skin and heart.

In fact, water makes up roughly 65% of our bodyweight. The good news is there are more ways to stay hydrated than drinking the standard recommendation of 3 litres of water a day.

Here, 10 keys to ensure proper hydration:

  1. THIRST ISN’T THE ONLY SIGN OF DEHYDRATION

By the time you’re thirsty, you’re already mildly dehydrated. Beyond thirst, the color of your urine offers insight into your level of dehydration — the darker it is, the more dehydrated you are. Sticking to a hydration schedule is a good idea for all.

  • HUNGER IS A COMMON SIGN OF DEHYDRATION

If you’re watching your weight, common advice is to drink a glass of water if you’re feeling hungry to see if you were simply dehydrated. Also, the more water you drink, the less room you have for consuming calories. Carry a water bottle with you during the day and keep a glass of water on your nightstand when you sleep so you have easy access to around-the-clock hydration.

  • STAYING HYDRATED IS IMPORTANT ON MANY LEVELS

On top of helping manage your appetite, staying hydrated keeps your body functioning efficiently. By avoiding dehydration, you can keep your energy levels up and regulate your mood. Also, when exercising, water helps keep muscles cool by circulating heat and also through sweat.

  • WATER ISN’T THE ONLY THIRST QUENCHER

Fortunately, there are options beyond water to keep us hydrated. Beyond regular water, you can also naturally infuse water (with fruits) or try coconut water, green tea and even coffee.

  • FOOD CONTAINS WATER, TOO

In fact, 20% of our daily fluid intake comes from food. Think: water-rich fruits and vegetables like cucumbers, strawberries and, of course, watermelon. Also, soups and smoothies pack in the fluids.

  • GOOD PERFORMANCE REQUIRES HYDRATION

When hydration levels are low, performance suffers. Just a 2–3% level of dehydration results in reduced endurance and power. The way you hydrate before, during and after a workout can make or break your performance.

  • SOMETIMES WATER ISN’T ENOUGH

Water alone isn’t always sufficient, especially during hectic activity. One needs to replenish your electrolytes to get enough sodium, which is an element of hydration.

  • STAYING HYDRATED AIDS WEIGHT LOSS

A study showed the more water you drink, the fewer calories you consume. Also, drinking water has been shown to boost your metabolism. While water is an obvious choice, green tea, and even coffee are drinks that can help weight-loss efforts.

  • TRY TRACKING YOUR HYDRATION

We know how important hydration is, so how exactly do we go about creating a healthy lifestyle habit? Some suggest tracking your hydration as you do food. Not only does it keep you accountable, it can highlight your patterns and the times you’re typically prone to falling short.

  • RESTRAIN OF DRINKING TOO MUCH WATER

Since most people struggle to drink enough water, the concern around drinking too much water seems unfounded, but it can happen leading to a condition called hyponatremia.

Also you should not be consuming 3 litres of water at once. The primary concern with drinking too much water  and at once revolves around low sodium levels, which is where electrolytes come in to play as this is more common in endurance athletes.

Introduction to Health Dimensions

This is a blog for the average person who wants to know about all the dimensions of HEALTH.

From boot camp to long walks , Masala Bhangra to Zumba, proper hydration body necessities , food journaling and calorie counting, this blog will explore the methods (and madness) of the everyday person trying to get in – and stay in shape and most importantly attaining the epitome of being healthy.

This is not just about reaching a weight goal by a certain deadline – although we can talk about that. This is not just about training for a big-time event like a marathon, but changing just basic few things in your regular lifestyle – to be healthy and fit forever.

This blog is about the daily steps on the road to health and fitness for all of us, whether it began years ago in youth sports – or just in the last five minutes. It’s about going to the gym or going outside, and getting a good workout. It’s about improving water consumption according to the needs of our body, It’s about finding ways to shop, cook and dine in a way that supports a healthier lifestyle.

This blog is not about spending the whole day at Gym and not even enjoy a box of macaroons once in a while. This blog will be coming from a place of years of dedication to health and fitness in totality , it’s my knowledge of what I eat , how do I hydrate myself , and how do I mix up my exercise patterns to attain the maximum level of fitness and energy possible at the age of 50+.

Saying that, this blog isn’t only for 50+ people, it’s about starting to care for yourself as early as you can to reap the maximum benefits. As I always say, it’s never too late to take care of yourself, don’t get down and stay down. Keep fighting.

After years of research about beneficial diets, water consumption habits, best exercises and workout techniques, I wanted to share my love for fitness and good health with a bigger audience.

So, if you’ve ever sought a bike ride to clear your head…

Or thrilled in the delight of finishing your first 5 Km Run

If you’ve ever gone to the gym instead of Krispy Kreme…

Or gone to the gym after your trip to Krispy Kreme…

If you’ve ever been so sore after working your triceps that it hurt to shampoo the next day…

Counted the glasses for water consumption for proper hydration

Or replaced your regular dinner with a bowl of soup or salad.

Then I invite you to come back here and check out the blog, post your comments and suggestions and share your struggles and triumphs. Or, just read about my journey and health beliefs.

Sudesh

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