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  • Expert Weight Loss Plan And Diet Chart Every Soon-To-Be Bride Must Follow

    In Expert Diet Tips On 12 December 2014

    Join a gym or fitness class If you can motivate yourself and go for a good brisk walk for an hour, well and fine. But if you are one of those who keeps pushing back your workout, you better enrol yourself in a gym, dance class, etc. An hour of exercise is a must to help you burst your flab and to look fab. #3. Eat small meals every 2-3 hours Agreed, with all the rushing around for the wedding preparations, eating frequent meals could be a challenge. But all you need to do is plan your day smartly and make sure you carry your meals with you wherever you go. This would also help you to skip the junk food when you are out. Frequent meals increase your metabolism and helps to burn fat faster. #5.  6 months before your wedding: Early morning: Green tea + 1 fruit Breakfast: 1 bowl of oats porridge/ poha/ upma/idli Midmorning: 1 fruit + 4 almonds/walnuts Lunch: Salad + 2 rotis/ 1 cup brown rice + veggies + dal + curd Evening: Whole wheat bread sandwich/ bhel(no sev)/ sprouts Dinner: Soup + salad+ veggies/ chicken/fish + 1 roti Bedtime: 1 cup slim milk 3 months before your Wedding: Early morning: Green tea + 2 dates Breakfast: Oats upma/ oats dosa Midmorning: 1 fruit + 4 almonds/walnuts Lunch: Salad + 1 rotis/ 1 cup brown rice + veggies + dal + curd Evening: 1 fruit Dinner: Soup + salad+ veggies/ chicken/fish Bedtime: 1 cup slim milk 1 month before your Wedding: Early morning: Green tea + 2 dates Breakfast: Fruits + nuts Midmorning: 1 bowl sprouts/ pulse salad Lunch: Salad + veggies + dal + curd Evening: Soup Dinner: Salad/ stir fry+ veggies/ chicken/fish Bedtime: 1 cup slim milk So, now you know what is best for you and how to get to your dream figure to look like a million dollar on your wedding. Wishing you all the best for your weight loss goals, and your new life ahead!

  • Best Tips for Brides to get Glowing Skin before the Wedding

    In Expert Diet Tips On 12 December 2014

    Exercise daily for at least an hour to improve blood flow to the skin. Use correct sun protection for your skin type after consulting a skin specialist. Yoga and breathing exercises can help to reduce stress levels. Do not touch or prick pimples or acne. Wash your face twice daily to prevent oil clogging in the pores. Zinc: may prevent acne growth by creating an environment inhospitable for the growth of bacteria.  It also helps to calm the skin irritated by breakouts. Zinc is found in wheat germ, pork, fish, soybean, nuts etc. Omega 3 fatty acids: They also support the normal healthy skin cell turnover that helps keep acne at bay. You can get omega-3 fatty acids from cold water fish, such as salmon, flaxseed oil, walnuts, sunflower seeds and almonds.  With just slight changes in your habits and food choice, you can actually look like a million dollar bride on the most awaited day of your life.

  • Breathe well, live well

    In Expert Diet Tips On 13 December 2014

    Life begins when we start breathing and ends with our last breathe. Yet most of us do not know the beneficial effects of breathing well for health and vitality. It is surprising how we give importance to everything be it diet, exercise but something as important as breathing goes unnoticed by many of us as the major contributor to one’s good health. Most people hold their breath or have constricted breathing unknowingly which impacts the health in a poor way. That is the reason why most of us feel tired, fatigued and lethargic due to lack of oxygen supply to the brain and tissues. Once you focus of proper breathing and consciously do it, you can experience amazing health benefits: Proper breathinghelps to release accumulated toxinsin the organs preventing them from C02 overload and illness. Thus helping to detoxify the body. Improves digestionby supplying more oxygen to the stomach cells. Makes you alert, active and refreshed as the brain and nervous system get their dose of oxygen to perform well. Makes your skin healthier, smoother and glowing by supplying oxygen and nutrients to the skin. Improves lung strength and stamina. Reduces chances of heart diseases by making the heart stronger and healthier. Reduces stress and tension by elevating your mood and keeping anger, frustration, irritation and sadness at bay. Relaxes the mind and body from physical and mental tensions helping you think better with clarity. Reduces muscle cramps after exercises by improving oxygen supply to the muscles. Reduces pains and aches in the body especially headaches. Increases metabolism and improves immunity protecting your from infections. Helps in weight control by aiding in fat burning process.   Method of breathing: The best way to breathe is to hold your breath for few seconds in your lungs to cleanse all the impurities and strengthen the lungs. The breathing should be deep, slow, rhythmic and through the nose and not the mouth.   1. First exhale all the air out of your system to make sure your lungs are empty. 2. Inhale through your nose, filling your abdomen and then the lungs slowly. Count 5. 3. Slowly exhale from your mouth till your lungs completely empty again.   Just as you schedule your business meetings, schedule your breathing sessions for 10 minutes 2 times a day. Make sure you breather in the purest air early morning or anytime of the day. Make this a family activity asking everyone to sit and do it together so that no one missed it out. Take time out for your breathing activity in your busy schedule and you will see a new healthier, energetic and happy self.

  • Train your mind to eat healthy

    In Expert Diet Tips On 04 June 2015

    Written by Neha Chandna - Dietician, Nutrition Educator, Exercise Counselor with an M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management from SVT. She has worked with corporates such as HDFC and Standard Chartered as well as BPOs and MNCs on the Right ways of eating and living! When people think that it\'s high time to do something good for their health and body, they pick a date to start a healthy diet plan and indulge in their favorite foods till that date. When the start day arrives, they bid goodbye to the junk by indulging in them for one last time and they go to bed with a heavy heart because they have to eat a plateful of salad instead of chips next day onward. But they think that it must be done and hope it all turns out to be worth the effort they\'ll be putting in. And then comes D-Day, which starts off on a perfect note. Days and weeks pass by and then suddenly you\'re back to square one! What the hell happened? There\'s a psychology behind it. To follow a healthy lifestyle one needs to train their mind. Here are a few easy ways to do that: Think of it as a long-term change. Most people think of diet as starvation and a short-term affair, but it actually means eating the right food at the right time in the right quantity and understanding your own body needs, appetite, likes and dislikes. It does not mean eating bland, boring food, but using wholesome, nutritious ingredients in all your meals. Do not self pity. People think they\'re in a losing spot when on a diet and pity themselves for not being able to eat all the delicious food others are relishing. Think of how well nourished and energetic your body is going to be in comparison to theirs. Look at the bright side and you\'ll feel that as compared to others, you are in a better position healthwise. Say \'don\'t\' instead of \'can\'t\'. When someone offers you something unhealthy like be it a burger, pizza, cake, samosa etc. instead of saying \'I can\'t eat that\', change the phrase \'I don\'t eat that\'. The former indicates that you are forcing yourself to do something, whereas the latter means you are in full control and exactly aware of the choices you are making. Bind yourself in a promise. If you find yourself wanting to cheat once in a while, do it without guilt and stress. In return, make a promise to yourself that you will eat healthy in the next meal and fulfill that promise. This will add a bit of discipline to your eating habits and you\'ll be able to enjoy eating without constantly stressing about food. To sum it up, make sure to think before what you eat, make it interesting, and love yourself! Self care is health care.

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Dietitian Neha Chandna (Ranglani) has 8 years of experience in the field. Food and Health is the matter of interest for most of the people today and realizing the need to create awareness and spread the right information to the society, Neha decided to extensively educate herself in the field of nutrition. As a known fact that diet and exercise go hand in hand, She went a step ahead to certify herself as a REEBOK Aerobic instructor. One of the Most Famous & Online Nutritionists Dietitians in Mumbai (Khar west). Neha Chandna, a dietitian in Mumbai, is a university topper in Dietetics from S.V.T. She has worked as a nutritionist for reputed gyms and fitness trainers and as a consultant with doctors and physiotherapists. She deals with sportsmen, individuals who are obese or victims of lifestyle issues- to name a few- diabetes, thyroid, osteoporosis, PCOS etc. and active/exercising sector of society. She educates and conducts seminar/workshops for corporates like banks (HDFC & Standard Chartered Bank), BPOs and MNCs on the Right ways of eating and living. She also takes workshops on Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation. Neha Chandna also writes articles for magazines and newspapers like New Woman, Beauty and salon, Hello Mumbai, the afternoon etc. She has also done a couple of interviews for TV9 channel. She is an online consultant for a health social networking website Dietician Neha Chandna is one of the Best Dietician / nutritionist in Khar west , Mumbai. Neha Chandna is a Famous Nutritionist in Khar west & a famous nutritionist in Mumbai for weight loss diet chart and for other diet plan services. Popular dietcian in Mumbai. Consult her for best online Diet charts in Mumbai. 
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