What Can Binge Eating Do To Your Body?

Today with the advent of increasing restaurants and food joints, our eating habits have turned into the Hogging Trend. Binge eating is a disorder in the eating habit wherein a person feels extremely compelled to overeat on a daily basis. There are people who Binge eat every day, consuming food in large quantities in a very short period. And this is true even when they are not really hungry! The people who Binge eat cannot control their eating. And it is one of the serious problems as it can pave the way for various other diseases if continued.

Binge eating can do a lot of mess to your body. The after effects of Binge eating are worth knowing! Knowing them might also help to overcome the compulsion of eating excessively. Here, we go!

Harmful effects of binge eating

  1. Once the binge eating is cultivated as a habit, it is very hard to overcome it and this will make the blood sugar levels increase resulting in food cravings. So, though you are not really very hungry you would consume excessively.
  2. Even when you are not hungry, false messages are sent to your brain due to an immediate rise in sugar levels.
  3. If a person binges excessively, it can also impact the mental health. Fear of being embarrassed or laughed upon can bring your self-confidence down.
  4. Low self-esteem and unhappiness follow people who binge eat and feel ashamed to do so. They binge eat in private.
  5. Binge eating causes unhealthy weight gain which will eventually convert to obesity. The unnecessary fat might also lead to disturbance in the blood circulation.
  6. You may go into depression and face various anxiety problems. People who binge eat get really anxious about smallest of the things and thus they end up overreacting!
  7. Binge eating might lead to Diabetes as the sugar levels in the bloodstream is increased dramatically.
  8. There are instances where people who binge eat have developed osteoarthritis which is a disorder causing swelling and pain in joints.
  9. Studies also reveal that excessive binge eating causes bowel cancer and breast cancer.
  10. High blood pressure would be developed increasing the risk of heart diseases like stroke or coronary cardio disease.
  11. Binge eating might gradually turn into another eating disorder called bulimia wherein the person after binge eating attempts to puke all the food by vomiting or by consuming laxatives.
  1. The perfect body which was obtained by rigorous gym training is found to be spoilt in just a few days. Irregular and improper body shape may be developed because of excessive unhealthy fat.

In Nutshell

And the list goes on! Thus, if you feel you might be binge eating, please seek help immediately. Ignoring the problem would only worsen it. Who would want to develop deadly diseases like cancer just because they over eat? So, before binge eating, think of all the impacts of and don’t forget to consult your doctor.

Why Are Some Women Always Sick Explained!

Linda: Hey! How is your headache?

Rachel: Oww its still there! Feel like someone is hammering my head.

A week later…..

Linda: Hi Rachel. How have you been?

Rachel: Not good. I am having a severe stomach ache. (wincing)

Two days later…….

Rachel: Hey Linda! Do you have any pill for nausea? I am feeling nauseous and bloated today, since the morning.

God knows why are some women always sick!

Does their body’s immune system grow weaker day by day? Or is this some kind of a psychological syndrome where the woman always feels sick but there is actually no sickness dwelling in her?

Girl, Why Are You Always Sick?

If you really get sick all the time, then let’s find out why and how.

  • Maybe you end up consuming wrong foods every time

There is a saying—‘You are what you eat’. Maybe you are not eating what you should. You fall sick due to the consumption of wrong foods like something too spicy, or too sweet or too sour.

You might not know about some undiagnosed allergies and you might have been continuing to take the food that you are allergic to, without its knowledge. That is why you end up falling sick frequently. Women these days choose to stay svelte and skip meals in order to regulate their calorie intake. Skipping breakfast has almost become a usual habit for the women of the 21st century, irrespective of the fact that whether they are employed or homemakers. Skipping your breakfast or any other meals is too unhealthy and this might cause you to feel sick all round the clock.

To be precise, the deficiency of nutrition and the invasion of wrong elements or allergic compounds in a woman’s body may cause frequent sickness and major fatal diseases.

  • Maybe you do not sleep enough

Always falling sick? Do something. Sleep on it! Nothing can be more replenishing and beneficial than a good night’s sleep of seven to eight hours.

Have you ever guessed that your frequent sickness and fatigue might be caused due to the lack of sleep and rest? Modern women are so caught up in their busy schedules that they are never ‘unplugged’ from their electronic gadgets, work files, etc. You sacrifice your night’s sleep for some unfinished project or work file, movies, etc. Maybe this is why you always feel sick and exhausted.

Other conditions that push you towards sickness

There are various other possibilities of women always sick. You can get sick if you are always exposed to unhygienic environments or if you are suffering from immune system disorders, non-allergic rhinitis, and stress.

Wrapping Up

We all have that one friend, colleague, sibling or family member who is always sick. One day it is fever, the other day it’s a stomach ache, the following days it is a back pain, and the list goes on.

Often, it makes us wonder that why are women always sick or it is just a maneuver to grab attention or seek sympathy.

Though there are chances of both the possibilities, remember to be compassionate.

What Does Fat Do?

What’s fat good for?
How do we get it to go where we want it to?
Where does it wander when it’s lost?

This, is Fat Month.

If cells were personified, each fat cell would be an overbearing grandparent who hoards. They’re constantly trying to make you eat another serving of potatoes, and have cabinets stacked with vitamins they never take.

Like that grandparent, your fat cells are always trying to store stuff.
Fats? Of course.
Vitamins? Heck yeah.
Hormones? You bet.
Random pollutants and toxins? Sure.
Adipose tissue will soak all that up like an oily little sponge and keep it safe until you need it again.

That’s the whole point of body fat—to store energy for you.
When you lose weight, your fat cells start shrinking, releasing lipids and other fats into your bloodstream. These get broken down, and eventually the smaller molecules exit via your urine or breath.

But adipose cells release all the other molecules they’ve hoarded, too.
That includes key hormones like estrogen, along with fat-soluble vitamins and any organic pollutants that found their way into your bloodstream as you gained weight.

Adipose tissue’s tendency to store things is an unfortunate side-effect, because often we need those things to be circulating, not sitting around.

Take hormones, for instance.
Female body fat actually produces some of its own estrogen in addition to storing it, and the more adipose tissue a person has, the more estrogen they’re exposed to.
This is why being overweight puts you at an increased risk of getting breast cancer. Many types of breast cancer are caused by malfunctions in estrogen receptors, which are more likely to go haywire when more estrogen is around to stimulate them.

Vitamins pose the opposite problem.
Adipose sucks up available fat-soluble vitamins (those stashed in adipose tissue instead of being excreted in your outgoing urine)—A, D, E, and K—and often doesn’t leave enough for the rest of your body.
Studies suggest that obese people tend to suffer from vitamin D deficiencies because it’s all lurking in their adipose tissue.
These vitamins can come back out as you lose weight, and as you decrease your body fat, you also allow more of your new vitamin D to stay in your bloodstream.
Water-soluble compounds can just be peed out if you take too much of them, but because the vitamins stored in your adipose tissue can continue to build up, you can eventually overdose on them.

It’s rare, but it does happen.

Fat is also a (temporarily) safe space to store pollutants and other organic chemicals that might otherwise pose a threat.
Organochlorine pesticides build up in fat, as do the polychlorinated biphenyls in coolant fluids and other chemicals from the “dirty dozen” of environmental contaminants.
These banned chemicals can get into your food supply in small quantities and are stored in your fat, possibly because your body wants to sequester them away from your organs. Bodies don’t seem to store enough of these to become toxic, but the constant build-up leaves you vulnerable to exposure.
And they do start to re-emerge when you lose weight.

Since you’re not eliminating all of your body fat at once, this doesn’t seem to pose a problem for most people.
You’re dumping toxins into your bloodstream, but you’re also eliminating them through your pee.
There’s some evidence that certain pollutants—so-called “persistent organic pollutants”—can stick around in your body fat for years, but so far it seems that natural toxin-elimination methods (also known as peeing) work well enough to get rid of them.

Safe or not, it’s best not to give your body a spot to stash all the hormones and vitamins it can hoard.
Our bodies aren’t designed to hold onto excess body fat and stay healthy—that’s why obesity is a risk factor for so many diseases.
Getting rid of fat storage is just another reason to try and cut down on your own adiposity this year.

Letting someone shame you into thinking you don’t look the way you should is not a wise reason to lose weight, but doing it to be healthier usually is.

Just think: every time you lose a pound of fat, you’ve also literally detoxed yourself without ever having to do one of those terrible juice cleanses (which, by the way, do not work).

You’ve used the power of your own body’s filtration systems to get rid of them—and it will thank you for it.

How to Stop Sabotaging Your Fitness Goals

Ugh.. you’re tired of being out of shape.

You stumble across that new popular fitness plan, and decided to commit.
This time it’s no sugar, low carbs, and an hour of exercise a day.

Everything goes great on day one. You have the veggie platter for lunch, chicken and veggies for dinner, and you nail your workout. You’re pumped.

A few days later, you begin craving sweets. You tell yourself, “just once won’t hurt.” Next, you crave something greasy. You skip your next workout, order fast food, and binge eat in front of the TV.
Soon, you begin feeling guilty.
You wonder how you’ll stick to your plan, and just like that, you’re back into your old habits.

Sound familiar?

This is one of the four most common ways that people sabotage their fitness goals. Learn to tackle this challenge, as well as three others, to set yourself up for success.

1. Expecting perfection

That one sweet? Not so bad.
The fast food binge? Not great, but manageable.
Letting a few setbacks ruin your fitness plans? Definitely bad.

Don’t expect perfection in following your new diet or workout plan.

Instead, we suggest that you look for progress and allow yourself one cheat meal a week while you learn to create new habits.

2. Expecting too much too soon

Everywhere you turn, fitness ads claim instant success. Results now. One-week weight loss.

In reality, these promises are too good to be true.
If you are unhappy with your current fitness, it likely results from years of bad habits. How can you expect to turn it around quickly?

Start your fitness journey with the right expectations.
There is no instant gratification.
Fitness is a process that takes time, goal setting, and commitment.

3. Focusing on that single big goal

Goals are a tricky thing.
Setting fitness goals is great, but focusing on a single big goal can be paralyzing.

To avoid being paralyzed by your goal, break it down into smaller goals.

Create attainable goals for each day, week, and month.
Then focus on one goal at a time, and create a plan for attaining the goal.
What will your actions be? How often will you take these actions? How will you measure your goal?
When you accomplish a single smaller goal, then set your sights on the next one.

For example, if my overall goal is to lose 30 pounds, my first goal might be to lose one pound a week.
This is a trackable, attainable goal.
To achieve that I plan on working out 3 days a week. After sticking with this plan for two months I might increase my commitment by following the nutrition plan and adding a 4th workout each week.

4. Fixating on what you can’t have

When you begin a new diet, it is easy to focus on the things you can’t have: cookies, chocolate, fast food, and sugar.
The problem is this often makes you want them even more. To counteract this, quit focusing on what you can’t have, and start focusing on what you can have.

At first, you might fell limited by all of your dietary restrictions. However, while searching for tasty, healthy foods, you will soon realize that the list is actually endless. Options include chia seeds, flax seeds, quinoa, amaranth, millet, and more.
There are so many possibilities!

Healthy eating can taste great, and isn’t as hard as it seems.
Just experiment with healthy recipes to find the foods and spices that work for you.
Combine healthy grains, spices, meats, fruits, and veggies for tasty meals that don’t take hours to make and give you great nutritious meals.

How to achieve your fitness goals

OK, enough about sabotaging yourself.

Just like that last point, we don’t want to focus on what not to do. We want to focus on what you should be doing. To wrap things up, here are four ways to think about your fitness goals that improve your chances of success:

  • Work on making progress. There is no perfection; only progress (and the occasional setback!).
  • Have patience. Change takes time. Fitness is a lifestyle, which takes a lifetime to achieve and maintain.
  • Take small steps. Set small achievable goals and tackle them one at a time
  • Focus on the cans. Spend your time and effort on what you can have, and what you can do.

Lastly, enjoy the ride and look at this as a new adventure!

How Hydration Plays An Important Role in Weight Loss?

How often do you remember to include hydration as an integral part of your weight loss diet regimen?

This is very common in the individuals to neglect the aspect of hydration when preparing a diet routine.

You never forget to calculate how many calories, carbohydrates or fats you are consuming every day. Then why forget to be meticulous about the quantity of water to be consumed each day?

Importance Of Hydration While Dieting

Whether you are on a weight loss diet, hydration is the most crucial component of it. But unfortunately, many of you choose to remain ignorant about this fact.

Hydration is so important for your body that a mere 2% dip decrease of water in your body can cause your brain to shrink. It can also decrease your concentration by affecting your neuromuscular coordination, resulting in a slow muscular response, cramps in the abdomen and reduce of strength.

Hydration In Weight Loss Diets

Weight loss diets can be really demanding and taxing because in such diets you are always in a continuous state of a fight with your own appetite. You may have heard that low-calorie diet is enough for you to cast off those extra pounds of your body.

But those diets hardly work in the absence of proper hydration. Until and unless you keep your body hydrated, the weight-loss diets would not be effective enough. This way you lose faith on the diets and those extra fats remain unattended.

Drinking water before every meal in a day would help you bring down your appetite and also the consumption of calories. Water keeps you filled, reducing your cravings and accelerates the rate of metabolism in your body. This fact has been validated by a study in 2003 published by The Journal Of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.

Hydration In The Bodybuilding Diets

It is truly important to drink water if you are training yourself in the gym to build muscles and do weight-training. Adequate hydration in your bodybuilding diets enables the flexibility of your muscles.

Since the muscular responses of your body are controlled by the neuromuscular co-ordination, so a good quantity of water in your body will balance itself with the electrolytes and enhance the body’s muscle control and strength.

Hydration also increases the toning of your muscles and prevents cramps, contractions, and sagging of the skin.

Wrapping Up

You should always keep your body well hydrated to reduce the risk of diseases like bladder cancer, colon cancer or safeguard the urinary tract from any infections or the formation of stones in the kidneys.

Well, in terms of diet, hydration has proven to be essential as it nurtures the body with vitamins, minerals and keeps the body weight in control by lowering down the calorie intake. Hydration also helps to wash out the toxins and harmful compounds from your body through excess water and ensures a healthy digestive system as well.

So do not wait to feel thirsty and then get up for a glass of water. Place the water bottle in front of you and keep drinking water within hours.

Stay hydrated. Stay healthy!

Oatmeal – The Powerhouse of Goodness

Oatmeal, as the name suggests, is made from hulled oat grains which have been grounded or milled.

How often have we come to enjoy a bowl of hot oats and milk in the morning? This is because they are healthy and nutritious.

Furthermore, oats are even useful for the skin.
This makes them a perfect ingredient of face scrubs and the likes.  In general, oatmeal is also known to lower the chances of heart attacks and keeps your blood cholesterol in control.

Ways Oatmeal Benefits You

Oatmeal presents a number of different health benefits when either consumed directly or applied as a skin product. Here are some ways in which oatmeal can be advantageous for you.

  • Oatmeal can hugely reduce the cholesterol level in the body. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, one should consume 3 grams of oatmeal on a regular basis. For better results, you should combine it with fruits containing vitamin C.
  • Oatmeal also works well against skin acne. When it is used as a facial mask, the oatmeal works treats and cleanses your skin well.
  • According to studies, oatmeal also helps you in losing. Since it is high in protein content, consuming a bowl of oatmeal in the morning keeps you satiated for a long time. This, in turn, reduces the fat intake of the body and keeps the metabolism rate high.
  • It has also been found that oatmeal can actually decrease the chances of childhood asthma. According to researchers from across the globe, when a child consumes oats on a regular basis, he or she has lower chances of suffering from asthma or any allergic diseases.
  • Oatmeal can also act as a great moisturizer for the skin. This can be attributed to the high protein and lipid content in these grains. In effect, it helps soften the skin and keeps it hydrated. Add to that, the soothing properties of oatmeal can actually help the skin recover from sunburn.
  • When you are out in those bright sunny days, an oatmeal sunscreen can help you protect the skin from the harmful UV rays and prospective sunburn. 
  • Oatmeal is also known to benefit your hair greatly. It can be used to treat dandruff and prevent hair loss. When mixed with fresh milk and almond milk, and applied on to the hair as a mask, oatmeal can help strengthen the hair roots.

Home Recipes for Oatmeal

Oatmeal can be used to prepare a lot of recipes at home. Read on.

  1. Exfoliating skin mask

Oatmeal can clean your skin and treat your acne. All you need to do is mix some rose water, honey, applesauce and oatmeal. Use this mask on your face for 10-15 minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water.

  1. Oatmeal mask for oily skin

If you are one of those suffering from an extremely oily skin, an oatmeal mask can help you in the process. Add some cooked oatmeal, honey, and plain yogurt and mix it well. Apply the mixture thoroughly on your face. After 10-15 minutes, wash it off with cold water.

  1. Oatmeal scrub

Oatmeal can also work well as a face scrub. Add one tablespoon of oatmeal, some warm water, and wait till it gets soft. In a circular motion, apply it on your skin in circular motion for best results.

  1. Oatmeal breakfast

If you want to consume oatmeal for breakfast, all you have to do is add it to a bowl of milk, and top it with fruits like apples, almonds, and the likes. This will give you a healthy and filling breakfast option.

Why Cutting Calories Could Be Sabotaging Your Health Goals?

One of the many reasons why most of the diets fail is because they ask you to count your calories, weigh your food or remove certain food groups from your diet.

However, even though various diets just don’t mention anything about watching, tracking and counting calories, most people would still believe that they need to reduce their calorie intake if they want to lose weight.

This whole concept of tracking and restricting our calorie intake is so deep-rooted within us that even if we allow ourselves to eat breakfast, we will limit ourselves to consuming a protein bar, a hard-boiled egg or a green juice.

But, here is the truth – calorie restriction would not help you in losing weight, but it backfires. Keeping a rigid check over calorie intake ignores your biological needs, hormonal reactions and blood sugar responses.

Let’s have a quick look at few more such truths related to calorie counting, and what should be done instead.

  • It makes it difficult for you to meet your nutrient needs

We often tend to underestimate the importance of vitamins, fiber, minerals and other nutrients to our well-being.

But, anything that is not visible, doesn’t necessarily mean, that it won’t impact your quality of life in long-term. Let’s understand this with the help of a simple example. Dietary calcium is important for our body functions like blood circulation and muscle control.

For the first 30 years of our life, our body stores excess calcium in bones. After 30, your body stops gaining muscle mass and starts relying on existing calcium storage. Thus, if you don’t consume the right food, your body won’t be able to meet the calcium needs after a certain age, and you will become prone to the risk of hip fractures and osteoporosis.

  • It slows down your metabolism

When you start eating less just to limit your calorie intake, your body switches itself to survival mode and would start breaking down the muscles to release the stored glucose.

Losing muscle mass can have an adverse effect on your body. Further, it can even impact your weight loss goals, as our muscles burn calories 24 x 7, and when you have fewer muscles, they will burn fewer calories.

  • It compromises your brain’s performance

This might not be expected, but once you start cutting your diet, you also start losing your mental edge. This is because our brain runs on glucose, and it needs enough of it to keep working. If you keep yourself hungry, it is only obvious that you won’t be able to work at the top of your capacities.

  • It might give you gallstones

Low-calorie diets of around 800 calories per day can help you in losing the weight, but would also make you prone to the risk of gallstones. In the worst scenario, it might cause abdominal pain and would need surgery.

The bottom line here is to eat right and intake all daily nutrients, after all, at the end, it is your health that matters.

Are You Maintaining Your Health While You’re Young?

Health is an important part of being young.

Isn’t it energizing to cherish the peak years of your life?

Oh yes! It is believed that the age of 20s is the most life-changing, vivacious and integral phase of one’s life.

It is in your twenties when you embark upon a professional career, start earning your livelihood and some set forth with their conjugal life as well. Some even turn into proud parents. Well, in the midst of the paraphernalia of twenties’ life, you tend to forget the important aspects of your health.

Aspects Of Health To Think About In Your 20s

This is the right time when you can build some healthy habits that will let you have a great 30s and 40s life ahead.

  • Start exercising and paying attention to your fitness

Working out for an hour or more wouldn’t do any harm to your limbs or bones. The more you start paying attention to your fitness and exercise regularly, the muscles and bones would grow stronger and more flexible, reducing the chances of getting knee pain, backaches, joint pains, arthritis, etc. in the later years.

It also helps you to maintain a proper posture and prevents you to slump for the rest of your life.

  • Start eating healthy and cutting down on alcohol & unhealthy snacks

It is quite evident that this is the very age when you love to booze, binge on pizzas, pasta, burgers, hotdogs, wafers, etc. No one is telling you to stop consuming all this. However, it is highly recommended to lower down the intake of and restrict yourself to one or two cocktails.

Try it. It is not so tough. You can fill in by gorging on fresh fruits, veggies, whole grains, nuts, etc. This will benefit your health for a long, long time.

  • Sleep for 7 to 8hours

Going sleepless for nights may not show any serious effects now but it will definitely hamper your health in the next few years. So do not sacrifice your good night’s sleep for anything else.

  • Apply sunscreen every 4 to 5hours during the daytime

Whether you step out of your house or stay indoors, whether you have a field job or sitting in front of a computer, apply sunscreen to protect the skin from pigmentation, dark spots and tanning.

This habit is not only for your cosmetic appeal. It will slow down the aging of your skin and protect your body from the harmful UV rays that cause many skin and neurotic diseases.

  • Go for a health check-up twice in a year

You might feel that it is unnecessary to go for a health check-up as everything seems to be fine at this age. There is no harm in keeping a tap on your health aspects.

Wrapping Up

Since there are no serious health issues, the vital aspects of health might easily be ignored. But, just as the age-old saying goes—‘Prevention is better than cure’.

“I look back on my 20s. It’s supposed to be the prime of your life, the most vital, and beautiful. But you’re making your critical decisions and sometimes your most critical mistakes.”

–Ann Brashares

Get a Flat Stomach with These Amazing Tips!

Who doesn’t want a flat stomach? We all have tried sucking our stomach in just to fit into our favorite pair of jeans, or to look beautiful in a group photo.

But, there are various less painful and easier ways through which you can flatten your stomach.

Be it eating at the right time or eating the right things, here are some tips that would take care of your bloated stomach and would help you in fitting into your favorite bodycon dress:

 

  • Say no to raw vegetables!

We all understand how important vegetables are to our body and for getting a flat stomach. But it is a myth that vegetables are best eaten raw. This is because our body works hard and struggles to break down these uncooked vegetables, which makes your stomach look bloated.

Thus, we would highly recommend you to steam vegetables before eating them. This makes sure that the veggies are not raw while also ensuring that the nutrients are not lost because of overcooking.

 

  • Bring in more fluids

Fluids are the most important part of your regular diet. You need to keep your body hydrated at all times. This also helps flush the dirt out of your system.
The best way to consume a lot of fluids is to drink at least 8 glass of water on a regular basis.
It helps detoxify the body, improves your body metabolism and also keeps it hydrated.

 

  • Don’t ignore fiber

We consume a lot of things on a daily basis, but the most important aspect here is digestion. Your body needs to digest and accept the foods that you consume. And this is where fibers come to your rescue.

Consuming some high fiber cereals in the morning for breakfast can help the body digest food for the rest of the day. This aids in flattening your tummy since fibers help in digestion.

 

  • Maintain your meal times

The trick to getting a flat stomach is eating every 3-4 hours. This is because you need to maintain a balanced blood sugar count in the body.
When the blood sugar count decreases, the insulin count decreases as well and this leads to fat accumulation in your stomach.
Keeping a protein bar, or some almonds handy and eating them every 3 hours can be of help here.

 

  • Chewing your food

This sounds like a rather simple plan but proves to be very useful.
The whole digestion process begins right inside the mouth.
It is imperative that you chew the food properly and break them down into smaller particles that can be easily digested.
If you swallow unbroken food particles, the body finds it more difficult to digest them, thereby resulting in fat accumulation in the stomach.

 

  • Avoid chewing gums

People chewing gums is a rather common sight.
While this keeps the mouth engaged and might reduce food cravings, the sugary contents can cause abdominal bloating.
As a good replacement, we would recommend you to chew dry fruits like almonds.
This would not only satiate your hunger but would also provide required nutrients to the body.

8 Ways to get in Shape Without Trying too Much

Are you planning to improve the shape of your body, but not able to take out time from your busy schedule? Just remember that your life can always be what you make it to be.

So, wait no more, and get started in the right direction and get a body shape of your dreams, that too without hitting the gym!

Check out.

  • Say good bye to stress

Stress makes you eat even when you are not hungry, thus making you gain weight.  Thus, whenever you are in a stress, go outside and have a walk in fresh air. It will not only help you in relieving stress but will also help in burning extra calories from your body, maintaining your body weight and will help you to come in shape faster.

  • Stay active throughout the day

You might have a 9-to-5 job, but let not your busy office schedule interfere with your body health. Stop being a couch potato and make sure that you are doing enough physical activity throughout the day. A simple two-minute brisk walk or small exercises and lift-ups in your workstation can increase your fitness levels.

  • Eat right on right time

Try to take your food on time and never skip your meals. Don’t live in misconception that skipping meals would help you achieve your body shape quickly. This way your body will only find it difficult to function properly, thus making you weak and dull.

  • Balanced diet is the key

Avoid taking junk foods and plan your food according to the demand of your body. Incorporate foods items that are low in calories and boost your energy and activity levels. Eat food from each food group every day such as pulses that are rich in proteins, fruits and vegetables rich in fiber and whole grains.

  • Watch your water intake

Water is an important constituent of our body. This pretty much explains why you should drink enough water daily along with other liquids. Drinking enough water would not only keep your skin glowing but would also help you in cutting down extra calories from your body.

  • Go for gardening

This might sound a bit weird, but gardening is a strenuous exercise that doesn’t require any investment. You may choose to grow fruits, vegetables and flowers regardless of your choice, without knowing that you are burning enough of your calories. It is also one of the easiest ways to take a break, forget about all your troubles, connect to nature, and get in shape faster.

  • Enhance your sitting skills

Regular sitting for more than 6-7 hours on office chairs may lead to spine and other health problems. Thus, it is highly recommended to sit on a stability ball as it activates the abdomen, hip and the back muscles and balances your body perfectly.

  • All work and no play?

Do you remember when you had played your last game? Try to remember your childhood memories and play your favorite game whenever you are free. This will not only relieve you from stress but would also help you burn calories.

Wait no more. Get started today.