Fertility Specialists Tell You How To Choose The Right Fertility Care

Unfortunately, with changing times, the quality of reproductive health also has been substantially deteriorating. Therefore, you better listen up close when these fertility specialists tell you how to be smart about choosing the right fertility care.

Infertility doesn't make anyone less of a man or a woman. Infertility should not define one's identity. Fortunately, that time is passé when so much stigma was attached to infertility/impotency that it was considered more of a sin than a medical condition.

At the same time, with changing times, the quality of reproductive health has been substantially deteriorating. However, with the right treatment and technology being made available in recent times, the success rates of Assisted Reproductive Treatments (ART) have significantly gone up in the country.  

Research is key

A patient who needs help with fertility requires specialised care. Additionally, quite a lot of confusing and contradictory opinions from peers and family can make the situation worse. It is extremely important that each patient finds the most appropriate doctor to advise them on the right treatment. Infertility treatment can be a frustrating and emotionally challenging experience, if one does not approach the right care provider. Reliability, a proven record, and good reputation are essentials for patients to be able to trust the doctor they go to.  

Stay away from quacks

Fertility is a highly lucrative industry, especially in India, due to which, more and more players are entering the market at a rapid pace. With the rising number of such clinics, it is important to do a thorough research on the facilities it offers, and the qualifications of the specialists.  

Regulation is the need of the hour

The Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) has a set of strict guidelines, which have to be followed by any fertility/IVF Centre. Currently, since this is not a law, quite a lot of fake players are mushrooming in the market. Unfortunately, this bill has been kept pending in the parliament since the last 15 years. Ironically, the surrogacy bill, which is an ancillary component under the ART bill, was recently, hastily, passed by the Government of India. It is important to tighten the existing guidelines by passing the ART bill, which will confirm quality healthcare, while also significantly improving the superiority of reproductive tourism in India, by ensuring quality over quantity.  

Confidence in doctor 

The key to any treatment cycle lies in the doctor-patient relationship. Transparency within that relationship is what one has to primarily look for. A doctor should clearly explain the treatment cycle and must be available when the patient is in need. A patient should be, in turn, assured of the quality of the treatment right from the beginning, to help form the trust which propels a successful treatment. Fertility cases are rarely the same, and no 2 treatment cycles will be similar. Every couple needs to be given specific and individual attention, based on an in-depth understanding of their medical history. If you feel like you are being provided with a ‘standard package’, never hesitate to rethink.  

Ensuring that processes are in place

There are certain steps to be followed by any fertility centre, to ensure that the right embryo is implanted into the uterus. Patients need to invest a lot of time, energy, and money to get the right treatment. So, to ensure this, the concept of witnessing system is used. The centres should have facilities at every level to prove to the patients that their own embryo is used in a said ART procedure. When semen is produced by the male partner, he should sign and authenticate the labels. After this, every time the semen sample moves from one tube to another, the witness needs to sign on a document. Also, the witnessing system should also be in position at the time of insemination. This could be done manually or with the help of technology.

Infertility is no more referred to as a woman’s topic. However, it is every woman’s responsibility to take informed decisions when it comes to a topic as delicate as infertility, as it is a man’s. Instead of addressing the topic behind closed doors, it is important for men and women to understand the issue right, and seek aid from an experienced specialist.

Here Is Grandmaster Akshar's Secret To Bringing Yoga Closer To Everyday Living

Grandmaster Akshar, a world-renowned yoga practitioner, shares his secret behind mastering the craft - bringing it closer to your everyday living.

Yoga marks the perfect communion of the body and the soul. Integrating multiple elements of life to provide a holistic solution to mankind, yoga is one of the oldest forms of fitness regimens, rooted in Indian ancestral wisdom. The curative properties of yoga have been much deliberated about, but the more interesting aspect is its flexibility. One needn’t really designate a specific time or location to perform yoga. It can be performed by anyone, at any point of time. Be it at your workplace, while travelling, or even at the pool! Yoga can be fun, even off the mat. Given below are few ways to bring yoga closer to your lives:

1. In the morning – As soon as the alarm goes off early in the morning, instead of waking up with a frown, embrace the day with a smile, so you can look at the upcoming day as an enlightening experience. Concentrate on your breathing for a few minutes – this is an essential part of yoga, and try to enjoy the solitude. This will help you approach the challenges in your day-to-day life with restraint. Stretch your entire body to relax your muscles and joints, and enjoy the bliss of yoga right on your bed.

Sukshma VyayamSukshma vyayam, or subtle exercises, can be practiced to gently mobilise your muscles and get the day started on an active note. Here is a simple torso movement for your upper back, shoulders, and neck:

  • Sit in sukhasana, or the cross-legged posture, with your back straight.
  • Head, neck, and spine should be erect, and in one straight line.
  • Interlock your fingers in front of your chest and inhale.
  • Exhale to stretch your hands out forward, keeping your elbows straight and palms connected.
  • Gently inhale and turn towards the right side with arms stretched out, exhale, and come back centre.
  • Inhale and turn left with your arms stretched out forward, keeping your back straight.
  • Repeat this 3-4 times.

Sukshma Vyayam

Sukshma Vyayam - 2

Sukshma Vyayam - 3

 

Bhujangasana (Cobra pose) – Formation of the posture:

  • Lie flat on your stomach with your toes out.
  • Place your palms under your shoulders; fingers together, pointing forward.
  • Tuck elbows into the body and point them towards the sky.
  • Keep your feet together at the back, heels touching.
  • Rest your forehead on the floor, and relax the whole body.
  • Slowly raise your head and tilt it backwards, with your chin pointing upwards.
  • Inhale as you slide, chest forward, lifting your shoulders up. Straighten elbows, palms gently pressing into the ground.
  • Arch your spine and focus on your eyebrow centre.
  • Hips and thighs should remain on the floor.
  • Open the shoulders and keep your neck neutral.
  • Hold for 30 seconds, retaining inhalation.
  • Exhale and lie down.
  • Repeat 3-4 times.

Benefits:

  • Strengthens the spine, particularly the thoracic vertebrae.
  • Gives a deep stretch to the upper and lower back.
  • Stretches the chest, lungs, shoulders, abdomen, and thighs.
  • Improves blood circulation.
  • Increases lung capacity.
  • Releases tension in the upper back.
  • Tones the ovaries and the uterus.
  • Stimulates appetite, alleviates constipation, and is beneficial for abdominal organs.

Caution – Perform this asana slowly and gently, with awareness on the stretch in the spine.

Bhujangasana (Cobra pose)

2. While commuting – Making a move to your day’s destination can be a hectic process. While everyone you see is on the run, you can try practicing mindfulness to let things fall into place. Taking deep breaths and counting the process can calm your nerves, and provide you with patience to deal with the rest of the day. Apply it while driving, walking to work, or taking a cab.

Pranayam exercises

  • Basthrika Pranayam – Practice balanced breathing with basthrika. Inhale, retain breath, and exhale – all for the same number of counts. Practice up to 10-15 counts.
  • Sahej Pranayam – Sahej means simple or easy. Practice this relaxed breathing with your stomach tucked in; consciously inhale and exhale, by simply counting the number of breaths taken. Practice for 2-3 minutes.

3. During work time – When you are busy working and planning your day-to-day activities, you tend to forget to give the much-needed care your body deserves. A few simple yoga poses can be practiced while sitting at your desk, just before a meeting, or while walking over to your client’s/boss’s office.

Malasana variation (Thigh stretch) – Kneel on the floor, placing your palms on a chair in front of you. Sit on your haunches, bringing your toes in. Lift your knees just above the floor and balance. Slowly inhale and look up, then exhale and look forward, finally bringing your head back centre.

Benefits:

  • Enhances concentration.
  • Strengthens the thighs and spine.
  • Stretches the toes.
  • Tones calf muscles.
  • Massages abdominal organs.
  • Improves digestion.
  • Stimulates diaphragm and heart.
  • Improves posture.
  • Strengthens knees and ankle joints.
  • Reduces flat feet.
  • Strengthens the lower body.

Caution – Go slow while practising this asana if you have knee or ankle concerns.

Malasana variation (Thigh stretch)

 

Samakonasana (Back stretch) – Formation of the posture:

  • Stand straight, and slightly away from the chair.
  • Lean forward and place your palms on the armrests of the chair, forming a 90-degree angle with your legs.
  • Your arms should be straight. Place your head between your arms.
  • Hold the posture for 30 seconds, keeping a gentle bend on the knees.
  • Inhale to come back up straight, exhale and go halfway down.
  • Repeat 3-4 times.

Benefits:

  • Strengthens the shoulders and back.
  • Corrects poor posture.
  • Relieves tension.

Samakonasana (Back stretch)

 

4. After a meal – Who doesn’t love a hearty meal? But what most of us don’t really bother about is the process that is initiated soon after the consumption of food. Only proper digestion can ensure healthy bowel movements, and your colorectal tract will be fit and fine. Sit in the following pose during a meal. A great asana for spine and digestion, this provides the digestive organs with a good internal massage and stretch.

Sukhasana (Cross-legged posture/Happy pose) – Formation of the posture:

  • Lie down on your back, stretch your legs forward, and bring your hands beside your body with palms on the floor.
  • Lift your upper body to attain a sitting posture, with the legs stretched out.
  • Fold the left leg and tuck it inside the right thigh.
  • Then fold the right leg and tuck inside the left thigh.
  • Bring your palms together in a pranam pose in front of your Heart chakra.
  • Sit erect with your spine straight.

Breathing methodology – Balanced breathing

Navigating back from the posture

  • Place your palms on the floor beside your pelvis and straighten out your legs.
  • Relax in dandasana.

Benefits:

  • It stretches and lengthens your spine.
  • Broadens your collarbones and chest.
  • Calms your mind.
  • Enhances peace and serenity.
  • Kicks out anxiety, stress, and mental tiredness.
  • Helps in improving body posture.
  • Opens up your hips.

Breathing methodology – Balanced breathing

Caution – Do not perform this pose in case of a severe leg problem, pain in the lower spine or sciatica, or severe knee problems.

Vajrasana (Thunderbolt pose) – Formation of the posture:

  • Sit on the floor with your knees close together.
  • Place your right big toe on your left big toe, heels apart.
  • Place your pelvis in between your heels and your hands on your knees, palms facing down.
  • Your spine, head, and neck should be upright and straight, without straining. Do not arch your back.
  • Observe the total posture of your body and make the necessary adjustments so that perfect alignment and balance are the experience.

Breathing methodology – Soft inhale-exhale.

Benefits:

  • This asana helps with digestion.
  • Calf muscles are also sometimes known as the second heart of the body, because our mobility is determined by the strength in the calf muscles. Vajrasana mobilises and massages these muscles.
  • Relaxes and strengthens feet, ankle, and knee caps.
  • Flexes the ankles.
  • Massages the abdominal organs.
  • Good posture for meditation and/or pranayam.

Caution – Avoid this asana if you suffer from joint pain, arthritis, or any knee injury.

This is the only asana which can be done any time of the day. You can even do this right before or after eating.

Breathing methodology – Soft inhale-exhale

5. While watching TV – After an exhausting day, all you need is some me-time, watching your favourite TV shows. You can try a few simple yoga stretches such as cow face pose, vajrasana etc., and build your muscle core even while enjoying your daily dose of entertainment.

Baddhakonsana variation (Butterfly pose/Chest-to-feet variation) – Formation of the asana:

  • Sit at a comfortable place with your back and head straight.
  • Fold your legs in front of you and bring the soles of the feet together, heels as close to your groin as possible.
  • Push your knees down towards the floor; keep thighs and calves together.
  • Interlock your fingers and place them under your feet.
  • Stretch your spine upward, open chest, and tuck your abdomen in.
  • Inhale to lift up, and exhale as you bring your feet close towards your chest.
  • You can use your elbows to lock your arms around your legs.
  • Keep torso erect, focus your gaze on the horizon.
  • Balance and hold for a longer duration.
  • Exhale and relax the muscles, stretch out legs to release pressure from the thighs.
  • Repeat 3-4 times.

Benefits:

  • Keeps the kidney and prostate glands healthy.
  • Reduces sciatica pain and prevents hernia.
  • Relaxes the heart, good for the nervous system.
  • Makes spine flexible and strong.

Caution – Proceed slowly. If you feel pain or discomfort, come out from the posture, and resume after you feel comfortable.

Baddhakonsana variation (Butterfly pose/Chest-to-feet variation)

Marjari asana (Cat pose) – Formation of the asana:

  • Sit on all fours, palms under the shoulders, knees open under the pelvis, in line with your palms.
  • Keep your toes out, head in line with the spine.
  • Inhale to curl your back and look up.
  • Exhale to arch your back and look down at your navel.
  • Repeat 3-4 times.

Benefits: This asana improves the flexibility of the neck, spine, and shoulders.

Marjari asana (Cat pose)

These poses will ensure that you are able to practice yoga asanas anywhere, at any time, and stay fit and flexible!

Scientific Evidence Now Shows That Having Sex While Taking Regular Medication Will Not Transmit HIV Infection

Research brings hope for all HIV positive individuals across the globe. You can now have sex without risking your partner’s safety as long as you are taking regular medication.

Steer clear of someone who is HIV positive, especially when it comes to an intimate relationship. That has been the traditional mindset based on studies and reports that have, in the past, suggested that having sex with an HIV positive person means that you are likely to contract the deadly virus as well. But now, a study of homosexual men, which was put forth at the International AIDS Conference on HIV Science in Paris earlier this week, seems to suggest that that may not be the case.

The study points out that if an HIV positive person has been undergoing treatment consistently, they will not pass on the virus to their partner during intercourse. The point of the conference was to encourage AIDS patients to stay on medication rather than step away from it. There is ample research to support the fact that if one is on treatment, the risk of transmission becomes almost negligible.

This study, which was carried out by experts in Australia, is being regarded as one of the biggest ever such trials, involving both homosexual and heterosexual couples. In fact, more than 350 gay couples were part of this study, and in each couple, at least one person was infected with HIV. Their sex habits were studied during the trial, and it was found that despite having had sex over 17,000 times over a period of 4 years, the infected party did not pass on the virus to their partner. While sex with condoms is always encouraged to prevent the transmission of STDs, in this case, sex was mostly without condoms.

What’s encouraging about this study is that it pads up pervious similar studies that have concluded that treatment is the key to preventing new infections. While earlier studies have not focused on the prevention aspect so much, it is quite clear that prevention through timely and consistent treatment is an important part of the HIV equation.

Having said that, there is an increased risk of transmission of the HIV virus between gay men who engage in anal sex, and one of the key areas this study hoped to explore was whether prevention and treatment worked equally well among the homosexuals who were part of the study. The results have been more than encouraging, and this is clearly a step in the right direction, even as we await a vaccine that could completely change the HIV scenario. Vaccine trials are underway and the results have been great so far, but we are still a while away from being able to prevent the spread of the HIV virus.

One Way To Buy Happiness – Spend Money On That Which Saves You Time

Who said you can’t buy happiness? Research seems to disagree. When participants were asked to spend money on materialistic things one weekend and on hiring a help to save them some time for themselves the next weekend, the latter scenario was seen to cause...

The old ‘money can’t buy you happiness’ claim seems to have taken a serious drubbing after a recent study that suggests that if you have money and are smart enough to spend it on the right things, it could positively impact your happiness quotient.

The research, which was carried out by a team of international experts led by Dr Ashley Whillans and Michael Norton, professors at Harvard Business School, spanned 4 countries (Unites States, Canada, Denmark, and Netherlands) and studied over 6,000 people. As part of this study, almost 60 individuals were given $40 over 2 successive weekends. The first weekend, they had to spend on material buys, and the next weekend, on engaging the services of someone who would do their odd jobs or things they disliked doing, which freed up time for these individuals to do other things. It was found that those who bought themselves additional time turned out to be much happier than those who did not.

Given the frenzied lives we lead, having any additional time is a real boon, and if people actually spend their money on getting someone to do their drudge work, the results could be brilliant. Whether it’s a gardener who is getting paid to come in and mow your lawn, a babysitter who allows you to go out for date night free of guilt, or a housekeeper who does the dishes and the laundry, spending money on these chores means you have more time to do more enjoyable things and are, as a result, happier. According to the lead researcher, “People who hire a housecleaner or pay the kid next door to mow the lawn might feel like they're being lazy, but our results suggest that buying time has similar benefits for happiness as having more money."

The study also found that spending money on experiences rather than on material things was likely to make you smile longer, as was being generous and spending money on someone else, rather than just on yourself.

Parents Talking To Their Children Can Have A Big Impact, Finds International Study

Of course it is no surprise that parents talking to their children adds value to their lives. However, when research documents it, then it becomes a whole different game altogether!

There’s no doubt that teenage years can be taxing, both for parents and for children, as each feels out of sync with the other, and friction is almost always inevitable. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD’s) think tank recently carried out a global study that focused on the youth and how they view their own lives. 32-Year-Old Man Plays Guitar To Help Doctors During His Brain Surgery

The study 

The OECD PISA study was conducted on 540,000 students across 72 countries, and it was found that in addition to numerous other factors that contributed to their wellbeing, strong parental and teacher-student ties played a pivotal role in boosting these teenagers’ morale. The study revealed that teens were likely to be better at academics and a lot more satisfied, overall, with their lives if these relationships were in place. Across these countries, “…about 11 per cent of teenagers reported they were frequently mocked, 7 per cent were ‘left out of things’, 8 per cent were the subject of hurtful rumours and about 4 per cent - that is still roughly one per class – were being hit or pushed around”, states the study. Schools, as we know, play a big role in shaping a child’s personality and colouring his or her view of the world, since children spend a large part of their day here. In places where teachers are positive, helpful, and encouraging, children are more likely to blossom and feel secure. The rest of the security, of course, stems from a strong relationship with their parents.

The role of parents 

One cannot over-emphasise the role of parents when it comes to young children. Between school (teachers) and home (parents), children express much of their anxieties, troubles, and other niggling worries. The study found that school children who were confident and seemed to have high satisfaction levels were typically those whose parents engaged with them on a regular basis – discussing, debating, or just plain listening. While on the surface of it, it may appear as though these conversations don’t discuss much, they have been linked to happy children, as per the study. These children were found to be more academically sound as well. With bullying being reported across countries, timely communication and intervention by parents is likely to help children keep anxiety at bay. The study also pointed out, “Girls whose parents encouraged them to be confident in their abilities were 21 per cent less likely to report feeling tense about schoolwork”. So while it may seem like you are not doing much as a parent on a day-to-day basis, remember that if you spend time talking to your kids, you are contributing to their mental wellbeing in more ways than one.

Beware Of Conjunctivitis, The New Disease in Town - Warn Doctors

The doctors warn that this year conjunctivitis may become a raging epidemic. Here is everything you need to know to keep yourselves and your families safe.

The good things about monsoon are masala tea, romantic evening walks, and rainbows. The bad things are dengue, chikungunya, and conjunctivitis.

While India has been busy battling an increasing number of mosquito-borne diseases this season, doctors have now expressed their growing concerns about the nearing conjunctivitis epidemic. Viral conjunctivitis is a highly contagious infection of the conjunctiva (white portion of the eye) that is most commonly caused by adenovirus.  The symptoms of the infection include watery discharge, itchy eyes, redness, and light sensitivity. Since the transmission of the disease occurs via infected individuals’ hands or by contact with infected upper respiratory droplets, fomites, or contaminated swimming pools, it is advisable to avoid shaking hands, sharing towels, napkins, pillow cases, and other fomites around this time. Doctors also recommend regular hand wash and maintaining personal hygiene. Although no effective treatment currently exists for the condition, artificial tears, topical antihistamines, or cold compresses may be useful in alleviating some of the symptoms. Patients are often asked to visit the doctor in 7-10 days after the symptoms begin showing because sometimes complications may also lead to permanent blindness.

The condition affects approximately 40 million people in areas of poor hygiene worldwide. We can choose to add to that number or take proper measures to keep ourselves safe. In short, it is in our hands to allow or prevent conjunctivitis from becoming a mad epidemic.

There Is More To Fruits Than What You See. Here's An Ayurvedic Look At Them

“When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need.”Ayurveda is akin to making a lifestyle choice in order to maintain some balance in your life. According to ayurveda, here’s how you should eat your fruit, as poor food combinations and wrong timing do more harm than help. Here are a few guidelines:
  • Best to eat in the morning – According to ayurvedic principles, fruit is best eaten first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach, in order to reap maximum nutrients. Fruits like apples, pears, kiwi, and bananas help detox the system and remove impurities, and are best consumed half an hour before you eat breakfast. Try not to eat citrus fruits on an empty stomach though, as they can be acidic.
  • Eat fruit on its own – There are several reasons why ayurveda believes that fruit needs to be eaten in isolation, instead of being paired with other breakfast items like egg, bread etc. It is believed that if you eat fruit followed by, or along with, other items, in the time taken to digest these other items, the fruit ferments in your stomach, and almost all nutritional value is lost. Wait for half an hour, after eating fruit, to consume anything else.
  • Eat raw rather than cooked fruit – There is a tendency to think that fruit juice is as good as the fruit itself, but you couldn’t be more wrong. Focus on eating raw, fresh fruit, as it digests easily and is good for the system. Cooked fruit has poor nutritional content, and is highly avoidable. Ayurveda also believes that in summer, you should stick to fresh fruit, while dried fruits should be eaten in winter.
  • Fruit combinations that work – Some fruits like watermelon, melon, and grapefruit should be eaten as a separate snack, as they don’t always react favourably with other foods. Berries of all kinds are great as a breakfast snack, except for strawberries. Grapes can be eaten at any time in the day.
  • Fruits by season – Traditional ayurvedic wisdom focuses on eating fruit based on seasons. For example, during the months of March-April, the body takes longer to digest foods, so lighter meals comprising fruits are highly recommended. Similarly, in summer, try and consume fruits that are sweet and raw like mangoes, apricots, and plums, that go down well.

This Sweet, Christmas-ey Spice Has Side-Effects You Never Knew About

Cinnamon this, cinnamon that. Yes, of course cinnamon makes everything nicer, but a coin has two sides.Cinnamon rolls, bread, tea, cookies, waffles, lattes, and puddings; biryani, and shahi pulao – the best of food across the world has cinnamon, and why shouldn’t it? Cinnamon is not only fragrant and flavourful; it’s also known to be good for health.Here’s how cinnamon is beneficial for you:
  • Loaded with antioxidants.
  • Has anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Helps lower blood sugar levels.
  • Helps fight bacterial and fungal infections.
  • Has anti-ageing properties.
  • Is good for teeth and gums.
  • Boosts alertness and memory.
  • Helps ease PMS in women.
But as in every story, this little cinnamon-story also comes with a twist – a condition. Noted experts recommend an intake of not more than 5 grams per day. Along with flavonoids and cinnamaldehyde (which are the good health-promoting contents of cinnamon), cinnamon also contains coumarin, which is known to be toxic in relatively high doses. Here’s why your favourite dalchini may not seem so nice anymore:
  • Toxicity – A continuous cinnamon usage for over 6 months will cause a build-up of coumarin and other toxins in the body. In fact, doctors suggest taking a 1 month break from regular cinnamon use every 6 weeks. This will allow your body time to void itself of these toxins, and rejuvenate.
  • Premature labour – Cinnamon is known to induce uterine contractions and premature labour in pregnant women. So while cinnamon provides great relief from uterine cramps during menstruation, cinnamon oils and teas are believed to be better avoided during gestation.
  • Allergies – A lot of people remain allergic to cinnamon without realising it. For people who are allergic, a slightly higher intake of cinnamon can cause symptoms such as a runny nose, watery eyes, upset stomach, swelling in the hands, or even anaphylactic shock. But to be fair, these are possible reactions of any allergy; this point is just to state that cinnamon can cause it too.
  • Skin irritation – Cinnamon isn’t only used as a spice. In fact, another popular derivative of it is cinnamon oil, which is equally favourable for a number of reasons.  But when used in a concentrated quantity, it can cause an acute burning sensation, much like chilli powder. It is advisable to wear gloves while using cinnamon oil.
  • Increased heart rate – Too much cinnamon can be fatal for heart patients, as it is known to increase the heart rate and thin the blood. But this danger only exists when the usage is in more than a 2 per cent concentration.
  • Body heat – Cinnamon is great for winters, as it is known to increase body temperature, just like alcohol, black pepper, lobster, coffee, garlic, and ginger. But it is better avoided in women going through menopause, and in extremely hot weather.
The take home message here is that as long as you’re not overdoing it, you can happily enjoy an occasional cup of cinnamon tea or a roll without worrying, and absorb its benefits.

Planning A Sugar Detox? Here's How To Do It Right

Need to get down from that sugar high? Here are 5 effective ways to cut out sugar from your life.

It’s an instant karma kind of thing. Eat some sugar, and in all probability, it will go straight to your hips. Weight aside, there is a reason why sugar is labelled white poison, given how it impacts your blood pressure, overall health, and other organs, in the long run. Been bingeing? Here’s how you can pull the sugar plug, and still stay sane.

  • Go cold turkey – Much like giving up smoking, sugar requires you to make a clean break. Eliminate all types of sugar, additives, and foods that contain hidden sugars, in order to reduce cravings, and boost your flagging metabolism. Give up on packaged foods and grains as well for the initial 2 weeks, to get your body used to the lack of sugar or its substitutes.
  • Eat more protein – Doctors suggest that if you have a diet rich in protein, chances are your sugar levels will be stable, and you won’t experience sudden cravings. From eggs to fish, chicken to all other forms of vegetable protein, stack up your plate, especially first thing in the morning, if you want to keep away from sugar.
  • De-stress, and get more sleep – If you are stressed, chances are you will reach for a bar of chocolate, or a bowl of ice cream. The same goes for those low on sleep. Try and stay calm, do some meditation, and get adequate sleep, so that your body feels well-adjusted, and you are not in a hurry to snack on the first sweet thing you see.
  • Keep a snack handy – Like any other addiction, the sugar habit can get hard to break. Be prepared to slip up, and when you do get a craving, instead of heading to the first pastry shop in your line of sight, ensure you have a stash of healthy snacks at hand that will stave off the sugar bug. Nuts, seeds, and unsweetened fruits often do the trick.
  • Water to the rescue – The best trick to stave off a sugar craving is to keep water handy. Whenever the urge to coat your mouth in sugar arises, have a glass of plain water first. The reason this helps is that most of the times, we confuse thirst with hunger or cravings, leading us towards the unhealthy stuff.
  • Give alcohol, high-sugar fruits a miss – Alcohol contains a ton of sugar, which can be extremely harmful for your system, especially if you are attempting a detox. Give it a complete miss when on a sugar detox. Also remember, that just because fruits contain natural sugars, you cannot binge on them. After all, fructose is a type of sugar, and it could derail your detox plan. In the initial phase, it pays to eliminate high-sugar fruits, such as mangoes, lychees, and bananas, from your diet as well. You can continue to consume fruits that are low in sugar, such as berries and kiwi, in limited quantities.

World's First Probiotic Beer Supports Gut Health And Boosts Immunity

What are probiotics. How does probiotic beer helps in building immunity.

Those who love to chug beer can only ever see the golden halo around a mug of goodness but now, new research supports them too! A new probiotic beer, that’s been created by scientists in Singapore, claims to actually improve your gut health. Cheers!

What are probiotics?

Probiotics are the good bacteria housed in your intestines that ensure that your tummy feels good at all times. These good bacteria try and make sure that harmful bacteria do not make your gut their home, so there is constant competition for space between the good and the bad bacteria. According to the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics, one should have “…a minimum of 1 billion probiotics per serving for the maximum health benefits. Foods like yoghurt, miso soup, sauerkraut, pickles, and other fermented edibles have probiotics”.  

What is the new beer all about?

Associate Professors Liu Shao Quan and Chan Mei Zhi Alcine from the Food, Science, and Technology Programme at the National University of Singapore have been working on creating the perfect beer for the last 9 months, and their baby is one healthy chug; one that tastes good, and also has probiotics, which eggs your gut on to stay fit. While in the past it was difficult to create a probiotic beer given that hops (one of beer’s key ingredients) prevent probiotics from growing, the latest experiment goes beyond this and creates a solution to the problem. Something known as ‘lactic acid bacterium’ is found in this beer, and that works as a probiotic. According to the Science Daily website, “By propagating the probiotic and yeast in pure cultures, and modifying conventional brewing and fermentation processes, Miss Chan managed to increase and maintain the live counts of the strain of probiotic”. The beer, which is likely to have an alcohol content of 3.5 per cent, is sour and tart, but reportedly, tastes really good. The team has filed a patent for its product, but it is likely to be a while before it makes its way to supermarket shelves.

Chamomile Tea

Ayurvedic Karpura Pushp Chai - Popularly known as night time tea. Chamomile relieves anxiety and treats sleep disorders such as insomnia.Ayurvedic Karpura Pushp Chai - Popularly known as night time tea. Chamomile relieves anxiety and treats sleep disorders such as insomnia.

Rose Chamomile Tea

Ayurvedic Gulab Karpura Pushpa Chai. Chamomile relieves anxiety and treats sleep disorders such as insomnia. Eases digestive pain or discomfort. Boosts the immune system. Relieves stomach cramps. Rose petals de-stress and calm the mind. Is antioxidant rich.Ayurvedic Gulab Karpura Pushpa Chai. Chamomile relieves anxiety and treats sleep disorders such as insomnia. Eases digestive pain or discomfort. Boosts the immune system. Relieves stomach cramps. Rose petals de-stress and calm the mind. Is antioxidant rich.

Rose Hibiscus Tea

Ayurvedic Gubal Gudhal Phool Chai. Caffeine free , calorie free. Hibiscus and rose are ayurvedic coolants. While hibiscus maintains healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, rose petals de-stress and calm the mind. Delays premature ageing. Ayurvedic Gubal Gudhal Phool Chai. Caffeine free , calorie free. Hibiscus and rose are ayurvedic coolants. While hibiscus maintains healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, rose petals de-stress and calm the mind. Delays premature ageing.

Organic Moringa Tea

Ayurvedic Moringa Tea. Caffeine free, gluten free, GMO free. Broom for intestines - being fibre-rich, it cleanses the intestines. Aids in weight loss - being a diuretic, it helps reduce water retention.Ayurvedic Moringa Tea. Caffeine free, gluten free, GMO free. Broom for intestines - being fibre-rich, it cleanses the intestines. Aids in weight loss - being a diuretic, it helps reduce water retention.

Moringa Mint Tea

Ayurvedic Shigru Pudina Chai. Caffeine free, gluten free, GMO free. Broom for intestines - being fibre-rich, it cleanses the intestines. Aids in weight loss - being a diuretic, it helps reduce water retention.Ayurvedic Shigru Pudina Chai. Caffeine free, gluten free, GMO free. Broom for intestines - being fibre-rich, it cleanses the intestines. Aids in weight loss - being a diuretic, it helps reduce water retention.

Organic Moringa Ashwagandha Tea

Ayurvedic Shigru Ashwagandha Tea is called a \'mother\'s best friend\' by international nutrition & food journals for its highly nutritional and medicinal qualities. Superfood - enriched with over 90 nutrients and vitamins. Gluten free, GMO free, caffeine free.Ayurvedic Shigru Ashwagandha Tea is called a \'mother\'s best friend\' by international nutrition & food journals for its highly nutritional and medicinal qualities. Superfood - enriched with over 90 nutrients and vitamins. Gluten free, GMO free, caffeine free.

Organic Moringa Hair Pack

Organic moringa and curry leaves hair pack (kesh lepana) Organic moringa and curry leaves hair pack (kesh lepana)

Ayurvedic Ubtan/Kanti Lepa

Ubtan has been used as a part of body cleansing since ancient times. It is also called nalangu maavu in Tamil and utane in Marathi. It has therapeutic and healing properties. A 100% natural and ayurvedic preparation to exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin. Ubtan has been used as a part of body cleansing since ancient times. It is also called nalangu maavu in Tamil and utane in Marathi. It has therapeutic and healing properties. A 100% natural and ayurvedic preparation to exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin.

Traveller

The perfect blend of warming and intensely comforting oils especially formulated to combat tiredness and fatigue. Designed to awaken your senses and revive you.Indications: Frequent flyers On-the-go city dwellersThe perfect blend of warming and intensely comforting oils especially formulated to combat tiredness and fatigue. Designed to awaken your senses and revive you.Indications: Frequent flyers On-the-go city dwellers

Muscle Spasm Massage Oil

Night cramps/spasms can cause a great deal of anguish from pain. A cramp/spasm is a painful contraction of a muscle, most often occurring in calf muscles. Muscle Spasm Massage Oil has been carefully designed to provide relief from this distressing condition.Night cramps/spasms can cause a great deal of anguish from pain. A cramp/spasm is a painful contraction of a muscle, most often occurring in calf muscles. Muscle Spasm Massage Oil has been carefully designed to provide relief from this distressing condition.

Athlete

This powerful healing blend is highly recommended for those experiencing tired, sore muscles that require deep manipulation to soothe overall body tightness and to unravel tension. A daily post trek recommendation.Indications: High level of muscular tension This powerful healing blend is highly recommended for those experiencing tired, sore muscles that require deep manipulation to soothe overall body tightness and to unravel tension. A daily post trek recommendation.Indications: High level of muscular tension

Relaxing Massage Oil

Pain in the legs and back may be due to sheer exhaustion or rheumatic problems. Massage provides a good way of handling this pain. The regular use of Ma Earth Botanicals Massage Oil helps the essential oils penetrate the blood and deeply relax. Pain in the legs and back may be due to sheer exhaustion or rheumatic problems. Massage provides a good way of handling this pain. The regular use of Ma Earth Botanicals Massage Oil helps the essential oils penetrate the blood and deeply relax.

Everyday Well-Being Massage Oil

A soothing formulation designed to deeply nourish, comfort, and repair tired muscles. Elevates the mind to a state of calm and peace.Indications: Anxious feeling Mood swings Lack of clarity and focus Premenstrual tensionA soothing formulation designed to deeply nourish, comfort, and repair tired muscles. Elevates the mind to a state of calm and peace.Indications: Anxious feeling Mood swings Lack of clarity and focus Premenstrual tension

Rose Shower Gel

Sulphate-free mild body cleanser for all skin types. Free from SLES, parabens, and petrochemicals, this gel is especially formulated to gently cleanse, moisturise, and rejuvenate skin, without stripping its natural oils. Highly fragrant. Sulphate-free mild body cleanser for all skin types. Free from SLES, parabens, and petrochemicals, this gel is especially formulated to gently cleanse, moisturise, and rejuvenate skin, without stripping its natural oils. Highly fragrant.

Coconut Lime Shower Gel

Sulphate-free mild body cleanser for all skin types. Free from SLES, parabens and petrochemicals, this gel is especially formulated to gently cleanse, moisturise and rejuvenate skin without stripping its natural oils. Highly fragrant with our tropical formula Sulphate-free mild body cleanser for all skin types. Free from SLES, parabens and petrochemicals, this gel is especially formulated to gently cleanse, moisturise and rejuvenate skin without stripping its natural oils. Highly fragrant with our tropical formula

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Health Foods: Why You Should Be Drinking Bone Broth Team healthhunt
21 Apr 2017Array min read

It may not sound very appetizing, but the benefits of bone broth are being recognized the world over. Here’s why.

Whether you choose to use chicken, mutton, fish, or beef, a dense bone broth prepared using any of these is chock full of nutrients, and easy to digest. To make a bone broth, the tendons, feet, ligaments etc. are taken, immersed in water with herbs and minimal condiments, and left to simmer over a period of several hours, so that the nutrients seep into the water, which forms the basis of the broth. Several substances released during this process are rich and wonderful, and help in overall healing. Cooking tips Try and pick pieces with some meat on them. Roast the bones with a few vegetables, and slow simmer over a period of a few hours, so that you get a thick, gelatinous substance that is full of vitamins and minerals, not to mention collagen. Benefits of bone broth:

  1. Helps your joints – A substance called glucosamine, which is found in abundance in bone broth, is said to be excellent when dealing with joint pain. In addition to glucosamine, bone broth also contains chondroitin sulphate, which can work to prevent osteoarthritis, a painful condition.
  2. Rich in collagen – It is rich in collagen, the substance which is highly beneficial, if you are looking to up the elasticity of your skin, improve the texture and thickness of your hair, or strengthen your nails, which may have become brittle.
  3. Ups your immunity – Because of its curative properties, bone broth is referred to as a superfood. If prepared in the right manner, this broth is an excellent source of nutrition, especially for toddlers and aged people, who have lowered immunity. According to a Harvard study, those suffering from autoimmune disorders also benefit from consuming this broth.
  4. Bye-bye, colds and flu – A study conducted by the University of Nebraska Medical Center found that bone broth contains curative properties when it comes to healing colds and flus. This is because the amino acids that are produced while simmering these bones reduce inflammation, help in bronchitis, and even up digestion.
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Bless You!: Everything You Didn’t Know About Sneezing Lakshmi Devan
20 Apr 2017Array min read

Has anyone ever sneezed without making that face?

Sneezing, or sternutation, has captured people’s imaginations for ages. Everyone seems to have a theory around it. In some Asian cultures, when you sneeze, it means someone is talking about you behind your back, while some old wives’ tales believe that it is bad luck for 2 people to sneeze at the same time. Did you know that your nose produces about 1-2 pints of mucus in a day? Yes, the mucus that you ever-so-nicely spray out till a distance of about 5 feet every time you sneeze. Experiencing a brain-sneeze because of all the facts? Bless you, because there’s more, and you’re going to enjoy this.

  1. Why do we sneeze? Sneezing is a reflex that comes into play when irritants or allergens like dust, dander, germs, pollen etc. infiltrate the nose lining.
  2. How do we sneeze? When such alien presence is detected in the nose, the brain triggers a signal to the body to get rid of it. As a result, the chest muscles tighten, and pressure builds. The tongue pushes up against the roof of the mouth, forcing breath to come out fast through the nose. Aaachhoo. Bless you.
  3. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia recently gave their 2 cents on why we sneeze. According to them, our body needs to reset the nasal environment every now and then, and sneezing is how we do it.
  4. Why do we just go on and on with the sneezes sometimes then? Why we end up sneezing multiple times, is why we sneeze in the first place. You sneeze to rid your nose of what's irritating it. And sometimes, it takes more than 1 sneeze to do it.
  5. We agree by now that sneezing is a reflex action. So when you're sleeping, the nerves involved in sneezing are relaxed, making sneezing impossible. What happens if irritants decide to do their job at this time, then? Well, then you wake up and sneeze.
  6. No, your heart does not skip a beat when you sneeze. The pressure in the chest changes while sneezing, thus altering blood flow and the rhythm of your heartbeat, making it seem like it skipped a beat. #mythbusted
  7. Donna Griffiths of Worcestershire, England, holds the record for the longest sneeze in the world. She sneezed continuously from January 13, 1981 (when she was 12) until September 16, 1983 — a total of 978 days. Nobody knows what made her start or stop.
  8. When you sneeze, air exits your nose at 100 miles per hour. The action of air coming out of your tiny nostrils in that speed is bound to make a sound, but the volume also depends on the size of your nostrils.
  9. Different people call out differently during a sneeze, depending on where they live. The English and Indians say ‘achoo’, the French say ‘atchoum’, Italians say ‘hapsu’, the Japanese say ‘hakushon’, and Swedes say ‘atjo’.  Cool, right?
  10. Lastly, there are 2 interesting stories behind why we say ‘God bless you’, when someone sneezes. There is one belief that when people sneeze, their souls are ejected out of the body. Hence, we say ‘God bless you’, to keep them safe from the demon lurking around, waiting hungrily for souls. Another theory is that in ancient Rome, 2 of the symptoms of the bubonic plague were coughing and sneezing. And so Pope Gregory VII recommended saying ‘God bless you’ to people after a sneeze, to protect them from falling sick.

Are you wondering what you're going to do after knowing so many random facts about a random body process? Duh, show off. Wait for people to sneeze, or even better – lure your friends into going to dusty places, and then use all these facts one by one, every time someone sneezes. You could even play 'guess the nationality' game by asking people to sneeze, and noticing what sound they make. You will look really cool, I swear...or maybe not. Either way, bless you!

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True Forgiveness: Learn To Trust Yourself (Again) Sumiran Annamaria Kashyap
19 Apr 2017Array min read

No matter what mistakes you’ve made, you’ve still managed to fight all your battles, and make it till here, all by yourself. You deserve to give yourself another chance.

Self-doubt enters when something happens to shake – or completely shatter – your innate self-esteem. For instance, realising that you’ve:

  1. Misjudged your partner’s character.
  2. Timed a career move badly.
  3. Made the wrong property investment.
  4. Caused pain/loss to someone with your seemingly well-intentioned advice.

Instances like these can really make you second-guess yourself. You’ll cause yourself more pain if you decide you’ll never give the same thing another shot, or that you’re worthless; because you clearly can't trust your own intellect. Re-learning to trust yourself shouldn't be an option, it should be a life decision!

  1. Forgive yourself – Much easier said than done. The guilt is often too strong. No amount/type of catharsis seems to help. For certain things in life, there are set rules to guide you, and wisdom lies in following them to conserve your own energy. However, if you want to do something memorable, you have to think beyond the institutionalised guidelines. This means taking risks encountered only on the roads less travelled. So instead of beating yourself up over it, maybe you can make new rules to help others, based on what you learn from your own mistakes.
  2. Grab the bull by its horns – This ‘bull’ represents your fears. Attempt the same thing you failed at the last time – a project at work, a ruined friendship. Think – and act – out loud, with honesty. Apologise to your boss/friend. Tell them you're aware of your mistakes, and need their help to set things right again. When you rebuild a burned bridge, you need new materials. When the material itself is new, how to walk differently on that bridge comes almost instinctively.
  3. Share with others – Once you begin practising activities/approaching relationships with a fresh perspective, you become disciplined. Discipline begets sensitivity, and a newfound respect for consistency; which, in turn, bears sweeter fruits of success. When you tell your story to others, and describe how you got there, you begin to heal yourself, simply by seeing that you're making a difference in the lives of others.
  4. Invite novelty in your life – If the situation requires it, start a fresh life. Get a new apartment, a new job; new friends, new hobbies. Work at these with enthusiasm, to ignite a fresh wave of anticipation and positivity in your life. As you see a desirable sequence of events unfolding before you, levels of internal self-confidence also begin to rise.
  5. Indulge in some badassery – A bit superficial, but a great psychological boost. When I hit the lowest low-point in a relationship, I was wondering what I could do to get out of it; since I was solely responsible for getting myself there in the first place. My response (in my head) to the egoistic other was that I would leave him, but after beating him at his own materialistic game. So, I re-started my yoga and juicing regime, lost 8 kilos, got some new clothes, shoes, and a haircut. When I felt our ‘circle’ had complimented him on his lovely girlfriend enough times for him to realise what he has, I said good-bye!

Self-trust is based on a 24x7 ‘hotline’ with your intuition. Sometimes, even I feel like mine’s fed up of me. The way to ask your intuition for forgiveness is to express gratitude for where it’s gotten you till now. Then, see 1) on the above list.  

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This is the mother of all breakfast cereals. Kick start your day with this dazzling fusion of oats, heart healthy almonds, iron-intense dates, and electrolytes-replenishing raisins, sweetened with honey and maple syrup. Have it with yoghurt or cold milk.

This is the mother of all breakfast cereals. Kick start your day with this dazzling fusion of oats, heart healthy almonds, iron-intense dates, and electrolytes-replenishing raisins, sweetened with honey and maple syrup. Have it with yoghurt or cold milk.
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Today, what we all need most is peace of mind, and mind you, it doesn’t come easy. To find tranquility, you must let go, and to learn to do that, you must embark on a journey for your own sake. We know that being healthy means so much more than just a healthy body. It means a healthy mind – a state of complete mental wellbeing. We welcome personal experiences, expert views, meditation techniques, and other holistic ways of achieving mindfulness.

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The human body is perfectly designed by nature, and how we fuel it is important. In order to climb the Everest, backpack around the globe, get that promotion, break the world record for baking the largest apple pie, or anything else that you want to do in life – it is important that you and your body are on the same page. And surprisingly enough, of all aspects of health, nutrition is the most ignored or misinterpreted. No more fad diets, ‘magical detoxes’, or weight-loss powders. Nutrition is simple science...and lots of taste. Submissions within this category will include articles on health through foods, recipes, juices and smoothies, and natural and sustainable ways to achieve weight goals.

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