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Weight - MANAGEMENT
In today's world, where everybody is getting conscious about looking good, it has become more necessary to keep oneself in shape. If you have a good figure not only it enables to flaunt your body, but also it helps in boosting your confidence level. For some people, obesity becomes a serious cause of concern, thus affecting their mental fitness.
There is much wisdom in the old saying "You are what you eat," and doctors and dietitians alike will tell you that good health starts with a good diet. To help make eating well as simple as possible, one of the important things we need to do to ensure a good balance in our lives, is to be aware of what we eat, so that we can have optimum health.
WOMEN RELATED HEALTH COMPLECATIONS
(ie:post pregnancy, Lactating,
PCOD,PCOS ,Menopausal ,GDM,etc., )
Although women and men share several similar chronic health problems, women have their own unique health issues, which deserve special consideration. Due to the chaos of a woman’s daily life, healthy living may take a back seat. It is vital that every woman has access to knowledge about the spectrum of women’s health conditions, not only about her reproductive system, but related to all aspects of her body. Their awareness can promote healthy lifestyle practices, which in turn are the best way to avoid disease, prolong life, and improve quality of life.
Adequate hydration, nutrition and intake of vitamins and minerals are essential anti-aging techniques that have been followed by individuals for thousands of years. Helping our bodies maintain a youthful appearance while at same time maintaining strength, endurance, and stamina requires a fine balance between nutrition, diet, and exercise. While many of us rely on the contents of jars and containers to help maintain a youthful appearance, thousands of men and women throughout the ages have benefitted through common sense and diligence without reliance on magic potions
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder where in human body does not produce or properly uses hormones and chemicals, a hormone that is required to convert sugar, starches, and other food into energy. Diabetes mellitus is characterized by constant high levels of blood glucose (sugar)..
Life would be simple indeed if all our needs were automatically satisfied. In reality, however, many obstacles, both personal and environmental, prevent this ideal situation. We may not be fit to be a model or have less money than we need. Such obstacles place adjustive demands on us and can lead to stress.
PRE&POST WORK-OUT DIET
Whether you’re a professional athlete, a weekend warrior or a gym goer, good nutrition is vital for performance. Getting your nutrition plan right will help you optimise each training session and ultimately help you to reach your fitness goals. Knowing what to eat, and when to eat, before and after a workout can be a bit confusing, and is a problem many athletes and fitness goers struggle with at the beginning.
While workout nutrition will completely depend on the type of workout you are doing and the body composition goals you have in place, the basic principles remain the same.