Happiness is a feeling which makes our lives worth living. It could be experienced in a simple gesture, a smile or it could be felt in a complex emotion like love. Overall happiness is a lot more than just a feeling. I’ll share the science behind happiness.
In this post, I’ll cover the first month of the gym where we’re enthusiastic, have great expectations from ourselves and even the gym. We all feel the entering the sanctuary of the gym would lead to weight loss even toning of body and hell lot of things which we dream of. Over the month of grueling in gym, I realized that it’s a very very difficult and time-consuming task. It needs devotion, dedication and will power.
A Doctor by profession, Dr. Amrita Basu examined nutrition advice and diet choices around the world. She found some startling misadventures and myths. The biggest one is nutrition advice can be passed around by everyone. Nutrition advice needs trained professionals who understand the whole story.
There always comes a time when your body makes you realize that this is the limit. My body was giving me signs but I was ignoring them. I was in denial to the core. A few weeks back I suddenly couldn’t fit in my favorite top and I realized, enough with it. I have to do something. I started walking in the evening after dinner but it was not enough and I cheat at times. So I realized it’s not the best way for me.
We’re trying to adapt to a healthy lifestyle, which is an improvement for us. Let’s take a note on healthy drinks. The drinks which boost our metabolism are considered healthy. Some even have promising effect on weight but most of them are healthy because: Boosting the metabolic rate