Poly cystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a syndrome of ovarian dysfunction caused by an imbalance of reproductive hormones. It is one of the most common disorders in reproductive-age women with an estimated prevalence of 6-8 %. Having PCOS implies an increased risk of infertility, endometrial carcinoma, obesity, Type II diabetes (T2DM), abnormal cholesterol levels, hypertension, … Continue reading How to plan a PCOS diet
Everyone seems to want to lose weight these days. Some want to achieve the “zero figure” while others want to come in the ideal weight category. But why is weight loss so important? Let’s find out Importance of weight loss: Being overweight or obese is the precursor to many health issues ranging from diabetes, heart … Continue reading How to achieve healthy weight loss!
Stevia is a natural sweetener extracted from the leaves of the plan species Stevia rebaudiana. While sugar, corn syrup, honey, jaggery and fructose all qualify as natural sweeteners, none of them are calorie-free or have beneficial effects on those with metabolic disorders. Apart from its non-caloric sweetening properties, stevia extract has other benefits too. According to … Continue reading Is Stevia good for you?
International Yoga Day is approaching (July 21st) and for a day the internet will be flooded with the benefits of yoga. I’ll tell you 5 simple reasons why you should start practicing yoga not only for a day, but for life. 1. It is for everyone: Yes, you read that right! Yoga is for everyone. … Continue reading Why you should start Yoga today!
Whenever you try to go on a “diet” you’ll be bombarded with diet and nutrition advice from a lot of sources. I have a compiled a list of sources that can’t be trusted for diet and nutrition advice: CELEBRITY NUTRITIONISTS: Thanks to social media, you’ll hear a lot of free diet advice from many “celebrity … Continue reading UNRELIABLE SOURCES OF NUTRITION AND DIET ADVICE