From being body shamed as a kid to turning a nutritionist to battle her weight woes, Neha Sahaya has come a long way. Her amazing transformation, in her own words. Mental and physical wellbeing is a crucial part of our being. It is what gives us the peace we all want to attain, but achieving a balance between the two can be quiet a battle. Today, I can happily say that I found that balance. Did I struggle? Yes. But what’s more important here, is not the struggle but the fact that I emerged victoriously.
Nutritionists spend most of their day getting clients to stop eating the foods that they love—like that bag of processed French fries and nuggets in your freezer, the decadent four cheese pizza you crave every weekend and the butter chicken and naan you can’t (read: don’t want to) get out of your weekly meal plan, amongst other things. As good as your intentions might be, very few can contest how great greasy Chinese food tastes. So how does someone who plans healthy diets for people as a living, eat in their own home? Do they have secrets that they don’t disclose, or do they really not indulge in any cheat meals at all? We got six nutritionists to let us in on their daily diet, and here’s what we found.
That a healthy mind resides in a healthy body is well known. However, with channels of stress proliferating with each passing day around us, giving rise to mental health issues and even suicides, how easy is it to keep the mind healthy? Well worry not to help you keep your mind and body fit, Mission Fit India, an initiative by Fever FM and My FM, has trainers from actor Suniel Shetty’s Team called Suniel ki Sena, discuss and provide useful tips via radio stations and social media platforms.
If you eat out way too often, then there might be a good news for you on the horizon. There have been talks that FDA plans to make it mandatory for restaurants in the state to mention the calorie content of each dish alongside its name on the menus.
A well-balanced diet is essential for a healthy baby, says Neha Sahaya
The growth of a baby from conception to birth depends entirely on nourishment from the mother. The complex process of rapid human growth and location demands a significant increase in nutrition from the mother’s diet.
When it comes to reaching your weight loss goals, most fitness experts would say you should include fish in your diet. Now, one study suggests that fish is also linked to better long-term neurological health, thanks to a protein called parvalbumin which is found in different fish species.
You may love makeup and sure, it makes you look glamorous; you may enjoy hitting the gym, and it’s an absolute must for good health. But, you know that when you go overboard with these things, the results can be disastrous. If you have too much makeup on, a friend may tell you to wipe some off, and if you’ve worked out too hard, your muscles may feel sore.
We all want to be the best version of ourselves and mental health and physical well-being are vital to achieve this. A physically fit body translates into peace of mind, which then allows you to attain your goals and stay focused on your ambition. But, the road to fitness has many bumps and potholes.