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Combating Cravings for Comfort Foods


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Confort foodIt was just another regular day, except that Rita was feeling a little stressed out. As she settled into her chair she reached out for the candy bar. As she bit into the soft creamy bar she felt a surge of guilt which she quickly put to rest by telling herself that since she felt so stressed out that is what she really needed. Besides this is not something that she does all the time. Does that story ring familiar? Well then here are some doable, practical ways of beating the urge to nibble on those comfort foods.

The dictionary defines comfort foods as foodstuffs that many people turn to comfort food for familiarity, emotional security, or as a special reward. It has often been said that these foods are associated with pleasant childhood experiences and grown ups reach out such foods for reliving those pleasant experiences associated with the food. Some common characteristics of comfort foods are that they are simple to make (usually), and rich in carbohydrates and sugars.

There are many reasons for combating these cravings. The most important being that it can lead to a condition commonly known as “emotional eating”. This will lead to further, more serious conditions like extreme weight gain and depression.

A balanced diet


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Balanced dietHealthy eating means getting a wide variety of the right foods into your diet. A balanced diet is not rigid or miserable, and has room in it for the occasional treat.

What nutrients do you need?

To keep running smoothly, your body needs:

*Carbohydrates (sugars and starchy food), for energy.

*Proteins, for building muscle etc.

*Fats, for energy and making cell walls, etc .

*Fibre, to keep the gut healthy.

*Vitamins and minerals, for a wide range of functions.

*Water, to flush out the waste products of your metabolism.

Massages - The magical human touch


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Thai massagesThe other day as I sat watching a movie I was forced to reevaluate my state of being as one of the dialogues in the movie caught my attention. The dialogue said- “we are so busy making our lives easier that we have forgotten to make them better.”

Today we can get information about the whole world with the click of a button. Get food delivered to our doorstep. The list is endless. You name it and it can be done.

Yet, two minutes into a conversation with just about anybody, and the stressful lives we lead becomes a prime topic of discussion.

What Your Body Is Trying To Say


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MigraineThe rushed and stressful life-style of an average city-dwelling young professional can leave little time for taking exceptional care of one’s health and body. However, some signals from your body must be heeded if they are to be prevented from becoming more severe and limiting ailments. Here’s a list of common symptoms and their likely meaning.

When you are always either going in for a cold, or not able to recover from one, there could be a variety of reasons.

Sniffling, a runny nose, or sneezing often usually mean allergies. A head cold could be the result of moving in and out of air-conditioned environments from cold to hot and humid and back, as well as drinking very cold and very hot fluids – cold water and hot coffee.

Let’s start at the very beginning - Healthy diet for teenagers


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Diet The age of doldrums is what many prefer to call teenage. And it is true for more than one reason. Teenagers go through a series of physical, mental, emotional and hormonal changes which makes life for them. fairly difficult. However, the complexities of the life of teenagers today is steadily becoming a cause for concern for the rest of the society.

For one, ninety percent of teenagers today suffer from poor body image. This is especially true for girls. The message that attractiveness, success and happiness depend on being thin is everywhere. Teenagers face an assault on their self-image and consequently their self-esteem almost everyday, everywhere.

The internet, and magazines all barrage these young girls and boys with images of perfection, which is closely linked with “thinness.” As a result research findings reveal a shocking result. Only about fourteen percent of teenage girls are satisfied with the way they look. More than fifty percent of teenagers today are struggling to cope with poor body image. And surprisingly despite such awareness and struggle to be the “right size”, obesity among teenagers has tripled in the last ten years.