Dr Abhay Kumar, Associate Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer (Water Technology), Eureka Forbes Limited sheds light on the many health benefits of copper-infused water. Along with physical exercise, there is a great need for dietary regulation. The primary concern is to ensure that immunity –nutritional immunity in particular – is maintained.
With more people switching to a vegetarian diet for numerous reasons, companies are looking for vegetarian/vegan alternatives to meat. Burger King recently introduced a vegetarian ‘beef’ burger made by Impossible Foods, a startup aimed at reducing dependence on animal agriculture and promoting a vegan diet. According to The American Institute for Cancer Research, a diet with two-thirds or more of your plate filled with plant-based food could be key to preventing cancer. A vegetarian diet has also numerous other benefits, from reducing the risk of diabetes and lowered cholesterol levels, to helping control weight and improve metabolism.
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.
With the ever-changing dietary requirements and increasing focus on healthy eating, it’s getting tougher to balance out our cravings with our nutritional targets. Finding food that is healthy but also delights your taste buds is getting tougher, especially since most of us don’t have time to prepare meals that require a bit of time. So here we are, with a list of healthy, easy to make and quick to cook snack ideas that you can enjoy anytime. After all, who is opposed to some evening munching!?
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’!
Luke was recently nominated by GQ for being amongst the topmost influential 50 young Indians under the age of 40 and received the Power Man - 2018 award from the Times group. Talking of his achievements and early fame, he says "I was just flowing with life with wonder and curiosity. I never wanted to be the best, I wanted to be the most effective - that is what’s important to me because if I am effective, it means that I have been able to change the health and life of the person. People call me a celebrity, I don’t like that, I just wanna be Luke and just because a lot of Bollywood comes to me it doesn’t make me a celebrity".