We think ‘excess appetite’, ‘being a foodie’ and ‘yo-yo weight issues’ are normal behaviour but we never wonder if it is unnatural. Why did our ancestors from thousands of years not have these issues as a common phenomenon?
If you ask me what exhausted me in my weight loss journey, it was not achieving my goals or sometimes even going backward because I set unrealistic goals! How many of us feel that we are always in ‘diet-mode’ and fed up of not getting any results? How many of us are only going forward and backward but not reaching the end goal?
How did emotions and food get so deeply connected? How did we create an automatic message system in our body that has been passed from one generation to another? This isn’t new and it has been discussed before. The problem is getting bigger and the consequences of it can be long lasting, so we need to see the foundation that laid this habit in the first place.
It’s something many of us fret over. But cellulite is also a condition that seems to unite women all around the world, as 85-98% of women over the age of puberty of all races are affected by it.
Stuck at home? Now that’s not really a party is it? Now in addition to the regular office deadlines, presentations, zoom meetings… there’s also the additional myriad challenges that work from home bring with it… The biggest of which is staying healthy while staying cooped up. Follow these simple 5 steps to stay in control of your health and mind (yes that too!)
When we have unhealthy relationship with a partner or a set of friends, we reach out and discuss it with a close one because the relationship makes us feel uncomfortable and in pain. We understand that it could be toxic and negative energy in our life. However, we do not put the same emphasis on our unhealthy relationship with food (if we have one). We’d rather be in denial or shove it under a table because we do not understand the intensity of it