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Top 8 habits healthy people follow every day - Times of India
While one needs to make diet and lifestyle modifications, there are some specific things healthy people do differently.
Having sex is not just pleasurable, but also good for healthy living!From alleviating stress, pain, releasing happy hormones and improving your relationship, getting frisky in the bed is good for you!
Brazilian Prez Bolsonaro invokes Ramayana, thanks India for Covid-19 vaccine supply - Times of India
Rest of World News: Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi by saying "dhanyavaad" for supplying the "sanjeevni booti" (the vaccine
Namaskar, Prime Minister @narendramodiBrazil feels honoured to have a great partner to overcome a global obstacle https://t.co/ZEga2Za1pi — Jair M. Bolsonaro (@jairbolsonaro) 1611327264000
Coronavirus symptoms: 3 signs COVID-19 is spreading to your skin, check now - Times of India
While it can be easily dismissed as a normal rash or sign of allergy, unusual rashes, redness and bumps can often act as a sign of severe COVID-19.
For many people suffering from COVID-19, the virus can spread to the veins and arteries and cause inflammation, which shows up on the skin. This rapid inflammation can result in rashes, which can be described as 'red, itchy and even bumpy looking spots' at times. In younger children and babies, the appearance of mottled or patchy skin, which can happen on the legs, hands, belly or the back could be a sign to look out for. Patchy, bumpy skin with redness can also happen due to the change in the blood pressure levels and flow of oxygen in the body. It can also be resultant of extreme chills and shivers which happen with a fever.
Weight loss: Try this Japanese water therapy to lose weight - Times of India
Without water, life on Earth is not possible. It is the basic element required for the survival of all living beings. About 55 per cent of our body weight consists of water, which makes it compulsory to drink a sufficient amount of fluid in a day to maintain …
It is believed that the hydration component in the water may play a major role in helping to shed kilos. Water, as we all know, has a filling effect. Drinking a glass of water before mealtime can prevent us from overeating and even curb the craving between the meal. This can help to stay on track and prevent weight gain caused by consuming extra calories. Not only water intake, but the strict eating window breaks also help to consume fewer calories. All these factors together support weight loss and help you stay on track. After waking up in the morning, one has to drink approximately 180 ml of room-temperature water. This has to be about 45 minutes before taking the first meal. Then throughout the day, depending on the thirst level one has to keep themselves hydrated. The eating window is restricted to only 15 minutes and there should be at least a 2 hours gap between the meals. The most important thing is that there is no restriction on what you eat. Whatever you consume, it just needs to be healthy.
Govt-farmer talks hit roadblock; Unions adamant on repeal of laws, Centre says external forces at play - Times of India
India News: The government's negotiations with representatives of thousands of protesting farmers hit a roadblock on Friday as the unions squarely rejected the Ce
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Weight loss story: "Running for 2 hours daily helped me lose 30 kilos!" | The Times of India - Times of India
Never one to have feel low or negative because of the way he looked, 18-year-old college student, Ishan Singh was rejected from a sporting event because of his weight. It was a wake-up call for him to bring his health back on track, lose weight and get fitter…
My breakfast- 2 apples/banana or sometimes, poha. I just make sure I fast for at least 15 hours after dinner. My lunch- I don't have anything fancy. I just have regular ghar ka khana which includes some kind of vegetable curry and dal preparation. I just made it a point to avoid eating junk food of any kind and not snack in between. Also, if you eat, do include fish and chicken three times a week in your meals. My dinner-A cup of boiled veggies with 2 chapatis and sometimes an omelette for protein. Pre-workout meal- 1 glass mixed juice, a handful of almonds and cashew Post-workout meal- I usually did my workout in the evening so I used to have early dinner. I indulge in- When I have my cheat days, I eat a slice of bread with Nutella, which I love eating and like to have a glass of cold coffee. Low-calorie meals I swear by- I don't usually deviate from my fixed meals but I really like the taste of grilled paneer with mushrooms. Trust me they are worth it!
Plan to set leg side traps for Aussie batsmen was hatched in July last year, reveals India bowling coach - Times of India
Cricket News: Australian batsmen fell nicely into the leg-side trap set by the Indian bowlers during the fiercely-contested series that ended earlier this week but
The team, as is the norm flew back in batches. While Rishabh Pant touched down in Delhi, the likes of Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Shardul Thakur, Prithvi Shaw and Ravi Shastri reached Mumba. (TOI photo)
Coronavirus: Will COVID-19 vaccines be less effective for people suffering from obesity? - Times of India
Obesity, considered to be a big risk factor for COVID-19 may also make vaccines less effective, as many researchers believe. We explain why
Obesity, which has turned into a global lifestyle epidemic is a major health concern. Obesity can be resultant of a heavily sedentary and inactive lifestyle, hormonal problems, medications, poor diet, genetics, triggered by diseases or some psychological factors. According to WHO and World Obesity statistics, the public health problem continues to rise, with over 2 million people overweight and, or obese (accounting for roughly 13% of the world's population). With rates tripling since the 80s, obesity is also a problem which can stem into other hazardous risks, including diabetes, high blood pressure, stress, kidney disease- all equally risky and bad for COVID-19.
Team India's win over Australia highly inspirational for youth: PM Narendra Modi - Times of India
Cricket News: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday again lauded the stellar performance of the Indian cricket team which registered a remarkable Test series win o
We are all overjoyed at the success of the Indian Cricket Team in Australia. Their remarkable energy and passion wa https://t.co/SJXTJwpgEm — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1611042538000
Karnataka blast: Shimoga DC confirms two deaths, says more feared; quarry owners detained - Times of India
Two quarry workers were charred to death after gelatin sticks loaded on a truck exploded near Hunsodu, 7km from Shivamogga late Thursday night. Many m
#karnataka : Police and officials inspect the site in Hunasodu village of #Shivamogga district where a blast occurr https://t.co/0hUbXFQRp9 — TOI Bengaluru (@TOIBengaluru) 1611287104000
Best foods for healthy ageing - Times of India
Following a healthy diet and sticking to nutritious foods can really amp up your energy, flush out all the toxins and can slow down the process of your ageing.
Rich in vitamins A and C, blueberries contains an antioxidant called anthocyanin, which helps protect skin from damage due to the sun, stress, and pollution.
Five die in fire at Serum plant, Covishield production unaffected - Times of India
India News: PUNE: Five persons died in a major fire that broke out at the Serum Institute of India's (SII) vaccine manufacturing plant at Manjari near Hadapsar in.
Anguished by the loss of lives due to an unfortunate fire at the @SerumInstIndia. In this sad hour, my thoughts are https://t.co/AQuF2tqZUs — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1611238352000