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PC Is 36 Today, And We Can’t Believe It! Here’s Some Fitness Inspiration Parul Gupta
18 Jul 2018Array min read

Piggy Chops turns 36 today. Can you believe it?! What is the secret behind such agelessness?

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Former Miss World Priyanka Chopra turns 36 today, and she’s moving forward in leaps and bounds! From being crowned Miss World in 2000 to taking Hollywood by storm – there’s no stopping her. She acts, dances, sings, and has been blessed with the gift of the gab too. Is there anything this sassy woman can’t do? Her career started on the ramp, moved through Bollywood, and is now firmly on the Hollywood red carpet. She has everyone from the Prime Minister of India to Jimmy Fallon of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon wanting to meet her.

Piggy Chops, the foodie

Priyanka Chopra, aka Piggy Chops, earned the name because of her love for food. During one of her movie shootings, her co-star Abhishek Bachchan gave her that name. She can eat just about anyone under the table. Blessed with a metabolic rate most would give an arm and leg for, Priyanka loves Indian and Italian food. Her weakness, however, is desserts – from cheesecakes to jalebis, she loves them all!

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But looking at her super sexy body, can you tell she’s such a foodie? It’s because she knows how to work hard to maintain her body and remain physically fit. While she loves everything connected with food, Priyanka steers clear of unhealthy and greasy food. A well-balanced diet of vegetables, fruits, and lean protein is what she has every day. In order for her metabolism to stay the way it is, she eats every 2-3 hours, and coconut water is her go-to drink to stay hydrated and energised. It also does wonders for her already glowing skin.

In the exercise arena, she’s fierce, and we’ve seen that when she trained and muscled up to play Mary Kom, the boxer. Her acting was flawless, as was her physique. Given that she’s an actress, she needs to change her appearance as per her role in every movie. So from being a muscled, bulked-up boxer, she dropped those extra kilos for her next role in a matter of 20 days only. How did she undergo this transformation so fast? A protein-rich diet, coupled with loads of determination and dedication, and some heavy duty exercising. Something she’s never been shy of engaging in. This well-spoken and strong girl has won the hearts of people across the world, and shows no signs of slowing down. She continues to prove and reinvent herself with each role that she plays. We wish you a very happy birthday, Priyanka Chopra!    

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Former Miss World Priyanka Chopra turns 35 today, and she’s moving forward in leaps and bounds! From being crowned Miss World in 2000 to taking Hollywood by storm – there’s no stopping her. She acts, dances, sings, and has been blessed with the gift of the gab too. Is there anything this sassy woman can’t do? Her career started on the ramp, moved through Bollywood, and is now firmly on the Hollywood red carpet. She has everyone from the Prime Minister of India to Jimmy Fallon of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon wanting to meet her.

Piggy Chops, the foodie

Priyanka Chopra, aka Piggy Chops, earned the name because of her love for food. During one of her movie shootings, her co-star Abhishek Bachchan gave her that name. She can eat just about anyone under the table. Blessed with a metabolic rate most would give an arm and leg for, Priyanka loves Indian and Italian food. Her weakness, however, is desserts – from cheesecakes to jalebis, she loves them all!

PC’s fitness love 

But looking at her super sexy body, can you tell she’s such a foodie? It’s because she knows how to work hard to maintain her body and remain physically fit. While she loves everything connected with food, Priyanka steers clear of unhealthy and greasy food. A well-balanced diet of vegetables, fruits, and lean protein is what she has every day. In order for her metabolism to stay the way it is, she eats every 2-3 hours, and coconut water is her go-to drink to stay hydrated and energised. It also does wonders for her already glowing skin.

In the exercise arena, she’s fierce, and we’ve seen that when she trained and muscled up to play Mary Kom, the boxer. Her acting was flawless, as was her physique. Given that she’s an actress, she needs to change her appearance as per her role in every movie. So from being a muscled, bulked-up boxer, she dropped those extra kilos for her next role in a matter of 20 days only. How did she undergo this transformation so fast? A protein-rich diet, coupled with loads of determination and dedication, and some heavy duty exercising. Something she’s never been shy of engaging in.

This well-spoken and strong girl has won the hearts of people across the world, and shows no signs of slowing down. She continues to prove and reinvent herself with each role that she plays. We wish you a very happy birthday, Priyanka Chopra!

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PC Is 36 Today, And We Can’t Believe It! Here’s Some Fitness Inspiration
Piggy Chops turns 36 today. Can you believe it?! What is the secret behind such agelessness?
Here’s Why This Fitness Trainer Always Insists On Stretching Preeti Chima
16 Jul 2018Array min read

Your trainer was right to nag you about stretching. Stretch, stretch, stretch!

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Stretch...this word was NOT a friend of mine for a long, long time. Back when I was young and not as smart (although who doesn’t think they are the smartest at that age), agile, and with age on my side, I shunned the word and the thought of wasting my precious time on stretching! Of course, age, experience, and (a wee bit of) wisdom changed my view on it. Now – stretching is my best friend! Even if I miss a workout, I make sure I don’t miss my stretch time.

 

Add to that the fact that practically all of us spend crazy long hours sitting – stuck in traffic, behind desks, in meetings, or in flights – we all experience stiffness in certain areas. Till our late 20s, we have the luxury of being flexible, and having more stamina. That changes as we hit our 30s. Typically, you experience stiffness in your necks, shoulders, hips, and lower back.

 

I have lived with a lower back problem since I was very young (being an over-enthusiastic diver, doing back somersaults, dives without any coaching...a.k.a. glutton for punishment). I started worrying more about it in my late 20s. The pain resurfaced during my pregnancy. Sitting all day at my desk would make me feel like I needed to dismantle my body parts like one does toys, in order to feel better! Even then, I thought stretching was only necessary post a really tough workout. Instead, my body defied my brain, and started demanding it. I started noticing cats, dogs, and even babies stretching all the time (not just after waking up), and realised they were all onto something big that I had completely missed.

 

So why is stretching so good/important, and what does it do?

  • It helps muscles regain elasticity.
  • It helps improve your blood circulation.
  • It helps wash out the lactic acid that builds up in your body after exercise.
  • It helps you take the time out to cool your body down after a workout, and thus avoid injury. 
 

I swear by stretching, and if you speak to my clients and the athletes I work with, they will admit to being converted. In fact, with my athletes and sports players, I insist on them cutting out a few days of training a week and make them stretch for longer on those days. And they will tell you that their injuries have reduced drastically.

 

It’s important for everyone to do a few stretches as below:

Neck

i) Up and down.

ii) Semi-circles, forwards and backwards – 10-12 times each (never do full circles – they can hurt your neck).

iii) Side to side.

 

 

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Shrugs – Lift shoulders up and down 10-12 times.

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Wide arm circles – Forwards and backwards, 15-30 seconds each.

 

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Spine – Stand with your feet parallel and hip-width apart, and raise arms straight overhead. Get onto your toes and look up, holding the stretch for 10-20 seconds.

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Hips – Step forward with one leg, bend that knee, and keep it over the ankle, while stretching the back leg without bending that knee. The front of the hip of the back leg should get a good stretch. Hold for 15-30 seconds/ leg.

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Eyes – Give your eyes a break from your computer/phone screen every hour for 2-3 minutes.

 

Doing these stretches twice a day will make you feel fresh all day long. Those aches and pains you’re starting to live with will start melting away, and you will feel amazing!

[:hi]

Stretch...this word was NOT a friend of mine for a long, long time. Back when I was young and not as smart (although who doesn’t think they are the smartest at that age), agile, and with age on my side, I shunned the word and the thought of wasting my precious time on stretching! Of course, age, experience, and (a wee bit of) wisdom changed my view on it. Now – stretching is my best friend! Even if I miss a workout, I make sure I don’t miss my stretch time.

 

Add to that the fact that practically all of us spend crazy long hours sitting – stuck in traffic, behind desks, in meetings, or in flights – we all experience stiffness in certain areas. Till our late 20s, we have the luxury of being flexible, and having more stamina. That changes as we hit our 30s. Typically, you experience stiffness in your necks, shoulders, hips, and lower back.

 

I have lived with a lower back problem since I was very young (being an over-enthusiastic diver, doing back somersaults, dives without any coaching...a.k.a. glutton for punishment). I started worrying more about it in my late 20s. The pain resurfaced during my pregnancy. Sitting all day at my desk would make me feel like I needed to dismantle my body parts like one does toys, in order to feel better! Even then, I thought stretching was only necessary post a really tough workout. Instead, my body defied my brain, and started demanding it. I started noticing cats, dogs, and even babies stretching all the time (not just after waking up), and realised they were all onto something big that I had completely missed.

 

So why is stretching so good/important, and what does it do?

  • It helps muscles regain elasticity.
  • It helps improve your blood circulation.
  • It helps wash out the lactic acid that builds up in your body after exercise.
  • It helps you take the time out to cool your body down after a workout, and thus avoid injury. 
 

I swear by stretching, and if you speak to my clients and the athletes I work with, they will admit to being converted. In fact, with my athletes and sports players, I insist on them cutting out a few days of training a week and make them stretch for longer on those days. And they will tell you that their injuries have reduced drastically.

 

It’s important for everyone to do a few stretches as below:

Neck

i) Up and down.

ii) Semi-circles, forwards and backwards – 10-12 times each (never do full circles – they can hurt your neck).

iii) Side to side.

 

 

image02

 

Shrugs – Lift shoulders up and down 10-12 times.

image04

Wide arm circles – Forwards and backwards, 15-30 seconds each.

 

image00

                   

Spine – Stand with your feet parallel and hip-width apart, and raise arms straight overhead. Get onto your toes and look up, holding the stretch for 10-20 seconds.

 image03

 

Hips – Step forward with one leg, bend that knee, and keep it over the ankle, while stretching the back leg without bending that knee. The front of the hip of the back leg should get a good stretch. Hold for 15-30 seconds/ leg.

image01

             

Eyes – Give your eyes a break from your computer/phone screen every hour for 2-3 minutes.

 

Doing these stretches twice a day will make you feel fresh all day long. Those aches and pains you’re starting to live with will start melting away, and you will feel amazing!

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Here’s Why This Fitness Trainer Always Insists On Stretching
Your trainer was right to nag you about stretching. Stretch, stretch, stretch!
An Expert Recommends These 7 Food Items For Lean-Muscle Building Dhriti Udeshi
16 Jul 2018Array min read

Your body uses protein to build new muscle, and recover damaged muscle tissue post-workout, therefore, consuming high protein foods are very important for gaining lean muscle.

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The first and foremost rule for gaining muscle is to challenge your body with weighted physical activities. You should focus on adding more weight to your physical exercise, each time, to get stronger and to increase muscle mass. Doing compound exercises that work on several muscles at the same time is the key.

However, without proper nutritional support, your progress will stall. Your body uses food to fuel workouts, and recover muscles. Your muscles can’t recover and grow if there’s a shortage of food. Your body uses protein to build new muscle, and recover damaged muscle tissue post-workout, therefore, consuming high protein foods are very important for gaining lean muscle.  

My top protein-rich food picks are as follows:

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1. Chicken Breast

There’s a good reason why chicken breasts are considered a staple diet for gaining muscle. They are packed with protein, with each 100-gram serving containing about 26 grams of high-quality protein. They also contain generous amounts of B vitamins niacin and B6, which is particularly important if you are active. These vitamins help your body function properly during physical activities and exercises, necessary for optimal muscle gain.  

2. Eggs

Eggs contain high-quality protein, healthy fats and other important nutrients like B vitamins and choline. Eggs contain large amounts of amino acid leucine, which is particularly important for muscle gain. One whole egg contains 6.5 grams of high quality protein, zero carbs and no sugar.

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3. Greek Yoghurt

Dairy not only contains high-quality protein, but also contains fast-digesting whey protein and slow-digesting casein protein. However, all dairy is not created equal. For example, Greek Yoghurt often contains approximately double the amount of protein as compared to regular yoghurt. Therefore, it should be included in your diet, especially if you are a vegetarian.  

4. Cottage Cheese

One cup (226 grams) of low-fat cottage cheese packs 28 grams of protein. Like other dairy products, cottage cheese can be purchased with varying fat contents. High-fat versions like creamed cottage cheese provides more calories. Choosing the best cottage cheese simply depends on how many extra calories you want to add to your diet (especially important for lean muscle building). Regardless of the type of cottage cheese you choose, it’s a great muscle-building snack.

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5. Peanuts

Peanuts contain a mix of protein, fat, and carbs. Half a cup (73-gram) serving contains 17 grams of protein, 16 grams of carbs and large amounts of unsaturated fat. If you’re having a hard time getting enough calories to drive your muscle gain, eating peanuts could be a good way to get some extra calories and nutrients.

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6. Beans

Many different varieties of beans can be part of a diet for lean muscle gain. Popular varieties, such as black, pinto and kidney beans, contain around 15 grams of protein per cup (about 172 grams) of cooked beans. Moreover, they are excellent sources of fibre and B vitamins, in addition to being high in magnesium, phosphorus, and iron. Hence, beans are a good source of plant-based protein that can be added to your diet.  

7. Protein Supplements

While any good diet should focus on whole foods, there are times when dietary supplements can be beneficial.  If you struggle to get enough protein from foods alone, you could consider adding protein shakes to your daily routine.

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Dairy protein powders, such as whey and casein, are some of the most popular ones, whereas vegan protein powders use soy and peas.  

In order to gain lean muscle, focus on exercising regularly with progressive overload on weights and eating the protein rich foods recommended by me.    

 

Dhriti Udeshi is a Fitness Trainer and Nutrition Consultant. She is also a health council member at healthhunt.  

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The first and foremost rule for gaining muscle is to challenge your body with weighted physical activities. You should focus on adding more weight to your physical exercise, each time, to get stronger and to increase muscle mass. Doing compound exercises that work on several muscles at the same time is the key. However, without proper nutritional support, your progress will stall. Your body uses food to fuel workouts, and recover muscles. Your muscles can’t recover and grow if there’s a shortage of food. Your body uses protein to build new muscle, and recover damaged muscle tissue post-workout, therefore, consuming high protein foods are very important for gaining lean muscle.   My top protein-rich food picks are as follows: image4 (2)   1. Chicken Breast There’s a good reason why chicken breasts are considered a staple diet for gaining muscle. They are packed with protein, with each 100-gram serving containing about 26 grams of high-quality protein. They also contain generous amounts of B vitamins niacin and B6, which is particularly important if you are active. These vitamins help your body function properly during physical activities and exercises, necessary for optimal muscle gain.   2. Eggs Eggs contain high-quality protein, healthy fats and other important nutrients like B vitamins and choline. Eggs contain large amounts of amino acid leucine, which is particularly important for muscle gain. One whole egg contains 6.5 grams of high quality protein, zero carbs and no sugar. image5 (1)   3. Greek Yoghurt Dairy not only contains high-quality protein, but also contains fast-digesting whey protein and slow-digesting casein protein. However, all dairy is not created equal. For example, Greek Yoghurt often contains approximately double the amount of protein as compared to regular yoghurt. Therefore, it should be included in your diet, especially if you are a vegetarian.   4. Cottage Cheese One cup (226 grams) of low-fat cottage cheese packs 28 grams of protein. Like other dairy products, cottage cheese can be purchased with varying fat contents. High-fat versions like creamed cottage cheese provides more calories. Choosing the best cottage cheese simply depends on how many extra calories you want to add to your diet (especially important for lean muscle building). Regardless of the type of cottage cheese you choose, it’s a great muscle-building snack. pasted image 0 5. Peanuts Peanuts contain a mix of protein, fat, and carbs. Half a cup (73-gram) serving contains 17 grams of protein, 16 grams of carbs and large amounts of unsaturated fat. If you’re having a hard time getting enough calories to drive your muscle gain, eating peanuts could be a good way to get some extra calories and nutrients. image2 (6)   6. Beans Many different varieties of beans can be part of a diet for lean muscle gain. Popular varieties, such as black, pinto and kidney beans, contain around 15 grams of protein per cup (about 172 grams) of cooked beans. Moreover, they are excellent sources of fibre and B vitamins, in addition to being high in magnesium, phosphorus, and iron. Hence, beans are a good source of plant-based protein that can be added to your diet.   7. Protein Supplements While any good diet should focus on whole foods, there are times when dietary supplements can be beneficial.  If you struggle to get enough protein from foods alone, you could consider adding protein shakes to your daily routine. image1 (3) Dairy protein powders, such as whey and casein, are some of the most popular ones, whereas vegan protein powders use soy and peas.   In order to gain lean muscle, focus on exercising regularly with progressive overload on weights and eating the protein rich foods recommended by me.     Dhriti Udeshi is a Fitness Trainer and Nutrition Consultant. She is also a health council member at healthhunt.  

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An Expert Recommends These 7 Food Items For Lean-Muscle Building
Your body uses protein to build new muscle, and recover damaged muscle tissue post-workout, therefore, consuming high protein foods are very important for gaining lean muscle.
Moringa Choco Bites Nidhi Bansal
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Moringa Choco Bites is a smart snack that naturally boosts iron levels and systematically nurtures your body. 100% natural. Free from sugar and preservatives. Provides more than 20% of daily recommended iron and magnesium for high stamina.

[:en]Moringa Choco Bites is a smart snack that naturally boosts iron levels and systematically nurtures your body. 100% natural. Free from sugar and preservatives. Provides more than 20% of daily recommended iron and magnesium for high stamina.[:hi]Moringa Choco Bites is a smart snack that naturally boosts iron levels and systematically nurtures your body. 100% natural. Free from sugar and preservatives. Provides more than 20% of daily recommended iron and magnesium for high stamina.[:]
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Divine Cocoa – Body Butter Prakrta
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A heavenly concoction made of raw & pure cocoa butter w/nourishing oils that deeply moisturise & soothe dry skin. It's great for chapped hands, feet, knees, elbows and even lips. Use as belly butter as it helps to prevent stretch marks too!

[:en]A heavenly concoction made of raw & pure cocoa butter w/nourishing oils that deeply moisturise & soothe dry skin. It's great for chapped hands, feet, knees, elbows and even lips. Use as belly butter as it helps to prevent stretch marks too![:hi]A heavenly concoction made of raw &pure cocoa butter w/nourishing oils that deeply moisturise & soothe dry skin. Its great for chapped hands, feet, knees, elbows and even lips. Use as belly butter as it helps to prevent stretch marks too![:]
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