“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Benjamin Franklin Out of total 24 hours a day, we have time for earning money around 10-12 hours a day. We have no time for keeping our health in order. I recently met a diabetic patient on medication. He said I don’t like exercise, but I have control over the diet. I eat sweet daily as … Continue reading 13 annual health screening tests once you turned 30
On an average, our human body consists of 60% water. Water in our body is residing in our cells. If 60% of the body is made up of water, one can imagine what adequate and inadequate consumption of water can do to our body’s health. Yes, only the habit of drinking adequate water (keeping the body hydrated) can solve most of your health problems. Read … Continue reading One habit can solve most of your health problems
“Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.” Buddha If we want to remain healthy, we should know more and more about how our body functions. Period. Ignorance is not an excuse, but suffering especially when we are the authors of our own health or disease. The term pH balance is a bit technical but very pertinent for all of us … Continue reading How food imbalance is ruining your health
“A good stance and posture reflect a proper state of mind.” Morihei Ueshiba (A martial artist and founder of the Japanese martial art of Aikido.) Most of us are not aware of the importance of the right body postures. We never ever realised there is something like right and wrong postures and we can do something about the wrong postures to make it right. Posture … Continue reading 12 reasons to correct your body posture
You are what you eat is not just a phrase or quote, but is a literally true statement. The Chhāndogya Upaniṣhad explains that the coarsest (rough) part of the food we eat passes out as feces; the subtler (delicate) part becomes flesh, and the subtlest (most delicate) part becomes the mind (6.5.1). Again, it states āhāra śhuddhau sattva śhuddhiḥ (7.26.2) “By eating pure food, the … Continue reading Know why your next meal will be different
(From the movie Paa) The word progeria comes from the Greek words “pro”, meaning “before” or “premature”, and “gēras” , meaning “old age”. This is a genetic disorder. We are not talking about genetic disorder in this post. We are discussing people aging faster even without the genetic disorder. Chronologically we all are aging at the same pace, but irrespective of our chronological age, our … Continue reading 9 reasons you are aging faster
“You only worry about your head or spinal column. Everything else, some way or another, will repair in time.” Tony McCoy Our spinal column is a very important part of our body which needs our attention and care, but unfortunately, it’s the most ignored. The spineless way we sit, the way we get up, the way we carry the weight all are indications of our … Continue reading Why Knowing About Your Spine Important?
The common wants of most of the human beings are: We all want to eat tasty food We all want to remain fit To make tasty food, knowing the ingredients and process of making the food is not only important but is a basic necessity. To make our body Fit, isn’t it necessary to know the basic components of the body and the process of … Continue reading Why Should You Know Your Body?