Gulab Jamuns Calories/per piece: 150kcal Exercise to burn calories: Dancing for 30min at moderate speed Rasgula Calories/per piece: 125kcal Exercise to burn calories: 15 min of step aerobics. Kajukatri Calories/per piece: 58kcal Exercise to burn calories: Running for 3min at the speed of 16km/h. Burfi Calories/per piece: 142kcal Exercise to burn calories: Approx 25min of brisk walking. Atta halwa Calories/per piece: 263kcal Exercise to burn calories: Approx 45min of brisk walking. Sooji ladoo Calories/per piece: 134kcal Exercise to burn calories: Cycling for 20min at the speed of 20km/h. Jalebi Calories/per piece: 200kcal Exercise to burn calories: Running for 5min at the
Diwali is not the happiest time of the year for your pets. They feel scared and nervous by crackers being burst and the smoke that's generated. Here are a few tips that you could use to make them feel safe this Diwali. 1. Most animals have an intense sense of hearing and loud noises can scare them. It's best to keep them indoors and keep the doors and windows shut. 2. Comfort them at all times, keep feeding them with food and water and try and be around them! 3. Your crackers must be stored in a place which is out of reach of your pet. 4. Try and create a friendly environment for your pets. Light more diyas and lamps to make them feel comfortable. 5. Never take them for a walk when people are bursting crackers. 6. Watch out for stray animals in your area. Try and make...
Diwali, the festival of light, is equally the festival of food. Cooking all sorts of snacks, desserts, and the traditional Indian cuisine. Visiting your family and friends, and inviting them over to your place. Most of us are in such high spirits in the festive feel that we tend to forget everything about our weight and health. All this is side tracked and once diwali is over, we realise that we better start working towards it. Here are some simple cooking tips that make traditional cuisine healthier and help you to avoid the diet extremes during diwali: Healthy cooking ideas for Diwali- 1. Moong dal halwa: Moong dal halwa is one of the most popular diwali dessert. If you are trying to lose weight, it can easily put you a few steps behind because of the amount of ghee used ...
Stay Hydrated While gorging on all those delicacies (we aren't talking of the alcohol yet), most of us forget that we must make sure to sip on water frequently. Not only does it keep you hydrated, it also helps satiate false hunger. Bake Your Snacks Instead of buying deep-fried samosas, look for healthier options. Choose roasted, baked or barbequed options, as they will keep you fuller for longer and healthier. Easy On Alcohol Diwali drinking is something you can't (and wouldn't want to) avoid. But use the better of your judgement is what we say. Too much alcohol will dehydrate you, give you a hangover, and not to forget the extra pounds that it will add. Keep drinking water in between your drinking sessions and never stay start drinking empty stomach. Pick Healthier De...
With all the sweets pouring in days before your wedding, it leaves little scope for you to think about weight issues. So stay focused and set realistic goals to flaunt a fabulous figure on your D-Day. Hindustan Wellness shares healthy ways to lose weight before your wedding day: - Set realistic goals: Keep targets and goals to help to stay focused. Healthy weight loss is about one kg per week. - No fad diets: Stay away from crash diets that promise you quick results. The more weight you lose faster, the quicker you will gain. Follow a diet and exercise regime that will give you long terms results. - Phone A Dietician: Personally going to meet a dietician can be a big pain and so we have the Hindustan Wellness dieticians available to you over the phone. You can call them at
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As compared to black tea (50milligram/ cup) and coffee (50milligram/ cup), Green Tea (25 milligram/ cup) contains small amount of caffeine. Apart from this, green tea is an antioxidant as it contains beneficial polyphenols. Therefore, we must prepare our cups of green tea without killing these healthy nutrients while preparing tea. Tips to make a healthy Cup of Green Tea: Avoid adding green tea to boiling water as the beneficial catechins get killed in the process. Best temperature to steep tea is 180°F (80°C). Squeeze in some lemon juice to infuse the tea with vital Vitamin C that easies absorption of healthy catechins in green tea. Dairy, on the other hand, makes it harder to absorb. Pricier teas usually have more healthful compounds, and canned green-tea drinks generally ha
Expecting Perfection Well everyone wants that perfect body but as they say done is better than perfect. It is great to strive to be the best you that you can be and have that mind-blowing body. But the bitter truth is that being perfect can never exist. Not for you, not for me, not for anybody. On the other hand, striving for excellence is different and this is what your focus should be. Procrastination & Delay Most of us procrastinate our health goals from time-to-time. Each New Year we might resolve to be fitter but it just stays as a thought as our inertia makes us behave like couch potatoes and hinder us from taking any step forward. All you need is that initial trigger to get started and then nothing will stop you. Don’t procrastinate; give yourself that initial push and
We are in an age where processed and pre-packaged foods have become a norm. But what we don’t know is the unhealthy ingredients that consume an important part of these foods. The below mentioned 3 common ingredients are deadly and must be avoided: Artificial sweeteners Artificial Sweetner is 180 times sweeter than sugar. They are often found in foods labeled as ‘diet’or ‘sugar free’ eg sodas, juices, ice creams etc. Artificial sweeteners can accelerate aging and other health problems lile memory loss, fatigue, cancer, sleep problems etc. Though they might appear attractive as an alternative to sugar because they contain no calorie (which means no nutritional value). But this does not mean they will be helpful for weight loss. This is because artificial sweeteners can increase
Most of us are practically fed more to lose weight. There is plenty of invisible fat in the prescribed diet and you don’t need to worry about it. A lot of permutations and combination go on to planning a simple looking diet plan. Each body responds differently to same diet plan. Weight control is all about making small changes that you can live with forever. As you incorporate these minor adjustments into your lifestyle, you'll begin to see how they can add up to big calorie savings and weight loss. Here are my top 10 habits to help you turn your dream of weight loss into a reality: Evaluate your eating habits.Are you eating late at night, nibbling while cooking, finishing the kids' meals? Take a look around, and it will be easy to identify a few behaviors you can change that w