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ATTENTION: SUGARLESS IS NOT ALWAYS GOOD

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ATTENTION: SUGARLESS IS NOT ALWAYS GOOD

Everybody has heard that we all should “eat less sugars”.  A majority of people are under the impression that sugars are bad and they go lengths to eliminate them from their daily diet.  The truth is you need to "eat less REFINED sugars", makes sense? If 'sugars' were bad, we wouldn't exist and neither would 80% of the world's fruits. Our body converts everything you consume to sugars before it is burnt off as energy. One important thing, that everyone seems to miss is that only sugar is not the culprit for the obesity epidemic in the world. You can have sugars, in...

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Busting Myths about Healthy Eating

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Busting Myths about Healthy Eating

  We are here to help you separate science from all the unverified information blasted on the internet about health. We are sure growing up some of you were told to not have Chai (Tea) or to stay away from chocolates. Not because the chocolate was fattening and tea was a dehydrator but because you might get chocolate acne or turn a complexion darker after consuming the milk tea. Only a few years back it was clarified of zero relation between acne and chocolates or an increase in melanin after chai consumption. Myths and Misinformation go hand in hand. This is where nutrition experts...

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Let's talk Protein and Sugars

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Let's talk Protein and Sugars

Today let's get into a few more basics starting with "Macros". A term used by nutritionists when they refer to about protein, carbohydrates and fats. PROTEIN IS KEY!!How much protein do you need? As a general rule, you need 1.5 gms for each kg of your body weight. For instance, you weigh 80 kgs, your protein intake should be around 120 gms. We need to incorporate more protein in our daily diet to build more muscle to lose weight and maintaining a lean body mass.Few great sources of Lean Proteins are – Soy and Soy-based products, Egg Whites, Oats, Quinoa, Lentils, Pulses and Beans, Milk and...

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