“I believe that it’s never too late to start” – Neha Gandhi

How many of us are guilty of waiting for the perfect moment to start going to the gym or to start following a healthy diet? We often procrastinate such decisions or actions thinking that it’s okay waiting a day or two or enjoying ourselves “one-last-time” before starting that fitness chapter in our life. This is a vicious trap and there is no “tomorrow”.

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“Your health speaks a thousand words” – Dt. Swati Chawla

With communication becoming so convenient, trends and fads are quick to come and go from our lives. Standards, especially for health and nutrition are set and changed before we can fully grasp and implement a single one. Amidst all this information overload and free-flowing (often) un-validated claims, it takes a lot of effort in differentiating right from wrong and genuine information from baseless claims.

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“To count calories is virtually impossible in long run” – Dt. Mansi Padechia

It is an undeniable fact that our lives are faster and more hectic as compared to before. So skipping meals, getting no exercise and not being able to get enough sleep are some issues that are becoming more and more prevelant.

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“Watch out what you eat, when you eat and how much you eat– everything else will fall in place.” – Dt. Sakina Patrawala

There are many who have a preachy, approach towards nutrition guidance and counselling. The ones who really shine through and through are the ones who understand that the guidance doesn’t end with advice or diet plans and that it needs to include personal mentoring and attention for people to really achieve what they’re aiming for.

“We Shouldn’t Take Our Body For Granted” – Dt. Sarika Nair

Should you follow a good diet just so you can achieve your health and fitness goal or should you follow a good diet so you can lead a good life in general? With the sinful indulgences provided by comfort food being so readily available around every turn of the street and even delivered to your doorstep, it is hard not to get hooked into craving and consuming fatty, sugar loaded treats.

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“Fat Is Not Funny” – Seemaa Poddar

The hardest part of healthy living is being disciplined. Often times our “just this once” or “back to diet from tomorrow” attitude applies the brakes on our journey towards our goals. This time, we’re bringing you the views and mantras of someone who has a very straight-forward, no nonsense approach that can help us reconsider our life style quite seriously.

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“The word ‘diet’ in itself is a myth for most of us” – Dhvani Shah

Many of us have developed a tendency to count calories in everything we eat and we constantly worry about our diet and our cheat days. We tend to put food in one of the two categories “healthy” or “unhealthy” without realizing that such distinction is often stressful and limiting. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

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“Understanding your body before giving it nourishment is very important.” – Rd. Neha Kava

You probably see lots of posts every day about health and fitness on your social media feed. Many fitness enthusiasts waste no time in sharing their knowledge and experience about health, fitness, and nutrition over social media. While it may motivate some, most of us remain sceptical or get confused.

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