The Atkins diet, the Keto diet, the Alkaline diet, the Raw food diet - you name it, there are tons of diets out there with most proclaiming various health benefits. The Paleo diet emphasises on eating fruits, non-processed meat, some fruits, vegetables and avoiding alcohol, grains, dairy, processed sugar, and packaged food – typically a diet that our ancestors used to follow during the Paleolithic era that lasted some 2.6 million years ago to about 12,000 years ago. The vegan diet, on the other hand, says no to meat and dairy products, with a focus on wholly plant-sourced food.
Indians are out and out foodies. As far as Indian goodies and delicacies go, you’re simply spoilt for choice. We whip together a list of delicacies to indulge in without having your wallet develop ulcers. Whether you are a student, traveller, or a homemaker, we have something cooking for everyone.
Choosing to become Vegan means you cut out all animal products from your life – whether they are on your plate, in your wardrobe or anywhere else. What exactly is a Vegan diet? Before we get into details of what Veganism is, I think we should all be clear that Vegan and Vegetarian are two different things.
Even though Keto has been around for years, I only heard of it a few months back. To be honest, I didn’t know what it was or that people actually followed it. But since then, I’ve rapidly had several of my friends tell me that they are following the Keto Diet for Weight Loss! As I’ve never been one for crash dieting, I decided to give this diet a closer look and here’s what I found! What Exactly Is A Keto Diet? Ketogenic Diet or Keto is a diet plan where you consume higher quantities of fat, moderate quantities of protein and smaller quantities of carbs in order to induce Ketosis in the body. ...
It’s the start of 2019 and we all know what that means! Weight Loss New Year Resolutions are on everyone’s calendar and the gym on everyone’s mind. But how long does that actually last? Most of us stick with our resolution for 2 to 3 months at the maximum and then pivot back to the same old ‘let’s try next year’!