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Dear Friends ,
We all know that it is very inportant to take care of our health , These days due to our busy schedule we are unable to manage the balance and continue with habbitual procedure of taking care of our health.
Now for everything there is technology !!!!!!!
Washing machine , Mixy , Grinder , and so on..... we are not doing anything mannually so where is the chance of excercise ???? So we will end up in diabetes.
Let us share the tips for Health such as weight loss , Skin management , Body care , Healthy recepies that can keep us fit
I Will surely share the same in this thread !!
I Request all of you to share the same so that it wil be very usefull to one and all.
I Request my dear friends not to Joke and make fune of others posts and tips. Hope to have your kind co operation

From India, Madras

1. Check your HUNGER level.

Are you actually hungry? Or are you tired? Bored? Lonely? Happy? Or did you just see a food commercial on TV? If you arenít hungry, skip the snack until you are.

2. Check your FLUID level.

Are you thirsty rather than hungry? Since itís easy to confuse the signals for hunger and thirst, try drinking a refreshing glass of water before you dig into a snack.


Most super-sized snacks are loaded with fat, sugar and calories. If you want a sweet or salty treat, start with a small size or share a biggie size with a friend.

4. Check food labels and FACTS.

What you donít know can come as a surprise to your waistline! 300+ calories in a nutrition bar?! 400+ calories in a latte?! 600+ calories in a fancy cinnamon bun?!

5. Pay ATTENTION to your snack.

Itís easy to overeat (and still not feel satisfied) if you eat while driving, reading or watching TV. Slow down and enjoy your snack; youíll eat less and enjoy it more.

6. Pay attention to PROTEIN.

Many snack foods are low in protein, as well as high in sugar and fat. Foods with protein (meat, dairy, nuts and soy) provide more nutrients and have longer staying power.

7. Grab some VEGETABLES.

Natureís fast food makes an excellent on-the-run snack. Keep sliced vegetables ready to go in the fridge and fill up a small bag whenever you head out the door.

8. Grab some FRUIT.

Feeling like something sweet and flavorful? Fresh, dried or cannedófruit is a luscious treat any time of day. Keep several single-serving fruit choices at home and the office.

9. Grab MILK or WATER.

Soft drinks offer little except excess calories and caffeine! Looking for some liquid energy? Try low-fat or fat-free milk, and build some beautiful bones and teeth too!

From India, New Delhi

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Skin... Proactive Daily Oil Control...(use with the 3 step kit) you can run a little over your face and it drys it right out to a matte finish.
Hair.. Something with coal tar or Denorex shampoo..
Weight... do some weight training... read Body for Life by Bill Philips

From India, Calcutta
Major health challenges are due to pollution (water, air and food)
These are external factors. Each one of us can do our best to reduce these pollutions, still we can't eradicate them completely.
Better way is preventing us from these pollutions by taking enough anti-oxidants in our food.
From a survey I came to know that the fruits and vegetables available in our indian market have 42% of pesticides and when they are over cooked or simply cooked with several masalas, most of the left out nutrients go away and we eat just the food which is of no value.
Now-a-days there are vegetable shops selling organically cultivated vegetables. These are better to some extent.
Still our food is not balanced always.
So then the next preventive action is taking supplement along with the food we take.

From India, Madras
Dear All,

Keeping fit indeed is a very important & widely talked topic. But I wonder whether people really bother to do something for this.

The bottomline is the immune system of your body. Keep it boosted always. It is necessary to strengthen your immune system in order to meet the challenges that our body encounters on a daily basis.

Twelve Ways to Strengthen Your Immune System:

1. Eliminate all allergens from your diet.

By discovering what our personal food allergies are, then eliminating or desensitizing them will help strengthen your immune system. By removing these triggers, our immune cells are strengthened in order to combat other invaders such as influenza rather than the allergen. The elimination of sugar from your diet can also strengthen/improve the immune system.

2. Eliminate or reduce exposure to dangerous toxins in your environment.

Air Pollution, smoking, cleaning products will stress your immune system with frequent exposure. Many common household cleaning products contains toxic and poisonous chemicals that are harmful to your health. There may not be much you can do with air pollution, but we can help reduce our exposure by purchasing cleaning products that are safe and non-toxic.

3. Learn how to properly deal with stress

Acute (short term) stress will positively strengthen your immune system function. On the other hand, responding wrongly to chronic (long term) stress will suppress your immune system function. By responding to unavoidable stresses we are enabling ourselves to making wise decisions.

4. Regular, moderate exercise will strengthen your immune system, while intense or extreme exercise may suppress immune system function.

It appears that regular physical activity might contribute to ridding the lungs of the types of airborne bacteria and viruses that are linked to common upper respiratory tract infections, while also cleansing the body of certain carcinogens (cancer-causing cells) and waste products through increased output of urine and sweat.

An increase in blood flow associated with moderate exercise helps to circulate antibodies along with white blood cells necessary to fight infection more quickly. As a result, this provides our bodies with an early warning system to ward off potentially damaging germs. In addition, the increase in body temperative as a result of physical activity may aid in inhibiting the growth of bacteria; thus allowing the body to fight infection more effectively.

Finally, moderate exercise has been shown to reduce the secretion of stress-related hormones thought to contribute to the onset of illnesses such as the flu and the common cold, and give a temporary boost in the production of macrophages, the cells that attack bacteria.

5. Sleep Helps Strengthen Your Immune System

During deep sleep , our body release potent immune-enhancing substances that strengthen your immune system function. By not allowing our body sufficient rest, the immune system will sputter, and as a result, not function at full capacity. We then are more likely to become ill with common illnesses. A healthy, deep sleep allows our body to release a significant amount of growth hormone that boost the immune system and aids in the growth and repair of the body.

6. A Body Detox Will Strengthen Your Immune System

Body cleansing is essential because our bodies need to properly eliminate the toxic build up that has formed in our intestines (colon), which may lead to sickness and disease. Our body organs and tissues must be free of toxins for the immune system to function optimally thus enabling our bodies to receive the essential nutrients our bodies need.

7. Drink plenty of alkaline Water

Alkaline water is essential for all living things and keeps our immune system operating optimally while improving the way we feel, look and live. Without sufficient amounts of water, you may experience routine fatigue, dry skin, headaches, constipation, and a decrease normal bodily function which may lead to your body unable to fight off diseases. Without water we would literally dehydrate which could result in the shutting down of vital organs and ultimately end in death.

8. Strengthen Your Immune System By Eating A Nutritious Diet

Quality food plays a major factor in keeping our cells healthy and our immune system strong. Food not only provides energy to your body, but all the nutrients that are essential for a healthy immune system.

9. Supplement Your Diet with Immune Boosting Herbs, Minerals, Vitamins, and other foods.

Immune System supplements are needed because our bodies can not produce the nutrients necessary to maintain optimum health. There are many nutrients needed in order to maintain a strong immune system. It is very challenging in the world we live in to obtain sufficient nutrition with the foods available to us. They are over processed and void of many essential nutrients. Additionally, food is grown in soils that have been over-planted and saturated with synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Vitamin and mineral deficiency subjects us to more diseases, aging, sickness, and the weakening of our immune system.

10. Wash Your Hands to limit the risk of "catching an infectious disease "

It may sounds simple but maintaining a high standard of personal hygiene care is one of the most effective ways of avoiding infection and keep your immune system strong.

11. Restore the balance of your nervous system with a chiropractic adjustment.

Our immune system, like every other system in the body, is coordinated and controlled by the nervous system. If the Nervous System is not functioning properly, then the Immune System cannot function at 100%, thus the body becomes fertile ground for bacteria, viruses and illness.

A chiropractic adjustment will restore the balance of your nervous system and restore the flow of energy and information throughout the body, and thus help your immune system function at its optimum level.

12. Live godly

Having an intimate relationship with your Creator God and living a life that is pleasing to Him, will "strengthen your immune system" both physically and spiritually, thus enabling us to enjoy a healthy life.

Sin, (such as worry, gluttony, adultery) will not only impair you spiritually, but it will affect the health of you physically as well.

Engaging in prayer with our Creator may not necessarily change the circumstances of your illness, but it will certainly have a great impact on you, personally, as well as help to meet the challenges of a healthy life.

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi, Below is the attached health tips for everyone....Pls find it Regards :razz:
From India, Bangalore

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Dear all
It's nice to meet all of you on health topic.
Simple tips are :
1. Take more water
2. Eat that food which does not simply fill your belly but some protein/fibre/natural stuff
3. Being away from all kinds of bad habits
4. Sleep minimum 8 hrs a day
5. Walk minium of 2 KM a day
6. To be clean at your heart and body no grudges, do not carry unnecessary things in mind
7. Start each day afresh
8. Respect elders, love and service the less privileged
9. Have faith in you .
10. Be happy always

From India, Hyderabad
Dear All,


From India, Madras
Also why not use your office space to exercise .
  • Use Stairs
  • walk after lunch
  • No too much of Tea / Coffee @ Office
pls feel free to conatct me @ for any health related problems
i' m a Physiotherapist cum Fitness Trainer & Corporate Wellness Consultant.

From India, Mumbai
Hello everyone,
Some tips I know are :
a. Do oil pulling every day. This is by taking a teaspoonful of veg oil into your mouth as soon as you wake up in the morning without brushing your teeth and gargle for about 10 - 15 minutes. The oil will become like foamy water. Then you brush your teeth. By this all the toxins in your body will be washed out, thus making you more stronger and resistant to all ailments- caused by pollution, weather etc.
b. Drink atleast 3 litres of water every day. This keeps your body healthy and all your skin, eyes etc bright and shiny. You would not need any more make up to look good and nice.
c. Avoid alchohol and smoking.
d. Avoid such vegetables like potatoes to avoid culmination of fat.
e. Do not eat fried stuff but instead eat as much as possible boiled/steamed food.
g. Let fresh vegetables and fruits be a part of your daily diet. You could eat raw beans, carrot, lettuce, cabbage, beetroot, tomato, mulangi, pudina, corainder leaves, tulasi leaves - all in little quantity as a part of your breakfast before anything else.
e. Avoid coffee in the morning, instead try and drink hot water as this helps move your bowels well too.
g. Practice drinking water once in every (atleast) 3o minutes as it will keep you fresh and alert at work.
h. After lunch go out for a small walk before coming back to your seat. This helps relax your muscles.
i. Always do not work non stop and continuously. Stretch in your seat frequently.
j. Never use vehicles for short distances. Walk. In office too walk up and down the stairs - this helps.
k. Do not eat packaged food - eat fresh.
l. Use rice bran oil or mustard oil in your cooking.
M. Never eat food with artificial additives added.
n. Get yourself medically checked once in six months atleast.

From India, Bangalore
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