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You are what you eat


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Cherry fruitWhat’s your favorite fruit? Your choice reflects your personality.

Take a look at the list of fruits below and choose one that is your favorite. Studies say that your choice reflects your personality, your inner self and your outer self. An apple freak, for instance, is outspoken with a tremendous enthusiasm for life. A grape lover has enduring patience and willpower.

A peach person is a fiery and passionate lover. Now it’s your turn - Go ahead and find out more about yourself!!

Practise Yoga, Lead a better Married Life


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YogaYoga can help achieve marital bliss, says Brahmasri Professor K.S. Sundareysan of Patanjalee Yoga Foundation, Chennai.

Yoga can help improve marital life and bring back cheer into the hearts of couples, said Brahmasri Professor K.S. Sundareysan, a renowned yoga master and founder of Patanjalee Yogaa Foundation in Indira Nagar, Chennai.

“Modern world is undergoing lot of frustration and the only way to come out of it is to learn and practice yoga. The yoga we teach is not one of renunciation but one of acceptance. You don’t need to give up all your bad habits like smoking, drinking etc to take up yoga. You can simply live your life as you normally do when you take up yoga. It is guaranteed that even as little as 10 minutes daily practice on a regular basis will improve greatly the quality of life and your bad habits will slip away automatically,” he said.

Dying slim


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Anorexia NervosaIn the business of medicine, the fastest burgeoning branch is the fat factory. Slimming clinics, easy weight-loss diets, fat-to-fit strategies, colonic irritation, ayurvedic magic potions, instant allopathic tablets, you name it, it’s there screaming in your face, in newspapers, hoardings and unasked for flyers sneaked into Sunday papers. And beyond that is Anorexia Nervosa, a desperate diet-till-you-die disorder, more than a thousand times worse than being ‘FAT’. Sonali Behl discovers some shocking truths

“Doctor, I’m getting married in two months and I want to lose weight.”

A most reasonable aspiration for a lissome figure and glowing skin tone for the biggest day in her life, but what the words do not adequately convey on paper is the fierce desperation in her voice. Confronted by the young woman’s obvious distress, the doctor walked her to the glass door at the entrance to his office, overlooking the waiting lounge, and pointed to a 40-year-old extremely thin woman, waiting patiently for her turn.

Food for Love


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AphrodisiacsThere is food for health, food that makes you more beautiful and then there is food for love. Food, that promises to help you experience to the hilt the physical expression of this rather exotic human emotion called love. Since time immemorial man has believed in the powers of certain foods to help enhance this experience. A number of scholars have tried to prove that the so called “love foods” are just a figment of imagination of the human mind. Some have given scientific data to prove their point. Yet the belief still holds strong. Probably because, “love foods” bring together two of the most potent human needs and passions-sex and food.

In ancient times aphrodisiacs were much sought after for promoting both fertility and sexual appetite. And in reality they are good foods that improve our health. Healthy minds and healthy bodies are the two pre-requisites for better sex. Besides, it naturally follows that a well nourished person is naturally expected to have a healthy sexual appetite and will be in a better position to conceive and enjoy better sex than a malnourished person, the experimentation with aphrodisiacs or “love foods” went on.

ClerUmbault’s Syndrome


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Paranoid DelusionIt’s just another day for Nidhi. She reaches office at 9:30 am sharp and waits. At a quarter to 10, her heart starts pounding. At 10 to 10, she starts getting nervous. At 10, out comes the mirror from her bag; Nidhi adjusts her hair and waits for Vinay to walk in. Vinay is her boss, a highly successful CEO. The CEO smiles and Nidhi’s heart skips a beat. And her belief grows stronger. ”He loves me so much, he doesn’t even look at anyone else in office,” is what she says to herself. Nidhi confides in a friend: ”Vinay is madly in love with me. It’s because of his wife that we aren’t together.” Sorry for the interruption, but what Nidhi imagines is far from true. When Vinay gets to hear of the rumour in office, he’s hopping mad.

”I never thought my casual good-mornings and goodbyes would lead Nidhi to think this way. Actually, our families know each other so, maybe, I’m a little more warm towards her, but never have I given her the impression that I love her!” Vinay is not at fault. And, probably, neither is Nidhi - she suffers from the De Clerambault’s Syndrome, a condition in which a woman entertains the delusion that a certain man is in love with her. Usually, it is a man of a higher social status whom she is acquainted with. Psychiatrist Sanjay Chugh, recalls a case involving an aspiring actress who was offered words of acknowledgement by an established writer. Unfortunately, the actress’ overactive mind came to the conclusion that love was in the air.