Motivational Quotations

 "Mindset is everything  , what you think you become" - Unknown "Don't make excuses for not pursuing for what you want in your life. There will never be a right time" - Samantha Wills "Quality of life is inversely proportional to the amount of f*&%s you give to others" - SK "It's not how we make mistakes, but how we correct them that defines us" "In life, it's never too late to start over, to rekindle lost friendships, lost love or to pick up an old passion. Let's not dwell on mistakes but on good things" - SK "Life is about second chances because nobody gets it right the first time, there is no manual or blueprint for life. If you want a fairytale work for it, fight for it" -SK "Happiness depends more on the inward disposition  of mind than on outward circumstances" -Benjamin Franklin "Think about what could go right" -SK "The chief cause of failure and unhappiness is trading what

Hot Shower or Cold? What does your body need?

All that sweat oozing out from your body after you are done working out forces you to take a shower to feel fresh. But the big question occurs- which one should you choose? A hot shower or a cold one! Well, there is no correct answer to this. The choice depends on the benefits your body requires that time and not the weather. Here are some facts about both of them, and you can choose one depending on body status. Hot Showers: ●      Reduce Soreness- At the time of workout, your body goes through tension. A hot shower can be as beneficial as a hot pack to provide relief to your muscles. The blood vessels relax and expand, increasing the blood flow and hence reduce soreness, increasing tissue flexibility. ●      Increase blood circulation- As the blow flow eases after a hot shower, it is better for people having a blood pressure problem. Along with that, it can also benefit in relieving pain, stimulating healing and reduce inflammation. ●      Lactic disper

Standing Lat Push down (Back Work Out)

To prevent the muscles at mid-back and biceps take over the movement, and to increase focus on lat muscles, you need to keep your arms straight. It provides you with a more excellent range of motion as compared to standard pull-downs. Benefits: It strengthens the lat, upper back, and core muscles. It is easier to adjust the width of your grip, and the movement also feels better. It's a successful substitute for pull-overs, especially for those having limited shoulder mobility. It provides constant tension throughout the movement, along with multiple handle choices. Learn about some nutrition facts: Follow me on Instagram: Instagram

Some Nutrition Facts of Almonds

Almonds are a fruit. However, its seed is eaten, and the shell is discarded. The best time to eat almonds is in the morning to attain the maximum benefits. They can be eaten raw or used in desserts, shakes, smoothies. You can also consume them as almond milk, syrup, oil, skin, and flour. Almonds are 4% water, 22% carbohydrate, 21% protein, and 50% fat. 100-gram almonds supply 579 calories, 49.93 g fat, 21.55 g carbohydrate, 21.15 g protein, 25.7 mg Vitamin E, and 282.7 mg magnesium. Almonds are beneficial for health in various ways. Some of those are mentioned below: ·         Cancer risk - The presence of plenty of antioxidants, protect against oxidative stress, reducing the risk of breast cancer by around 2-3 times. ·         Healthy heart- Almonds contain Vitamin E, healthy fat and fibre, which makes people feel full. It helps to improve the lipid and fat levels in the body, decreasing the chances of heart-related problems. ·         Balancing blood sugar

Increase Immunity (Beat Corona)

COVID Corona has spread vastly all over the world with no permanent antidote in play yet. In these times, when you need to take care of yourself and hope that you do not get infected in the first place is the best solution so far. Increasing your immunity is the most effective way to ensure safety from getting infected. The immune system releases antibodies in our body to fight off the pathogens like virus, bacteria, and other microbodies that can cause diseases, even when it is a regular flu. Following are some foods which help improve the strength of your immune system and keep you healthy and safe from illness. 1.    Citrus Fruits : They contain Vitamin C, which increases the number of white blood cells in our body, the antibodies responsible for fighting against the germs. Lemon - 53 mg Vitamin C in 100 grams. Oranges - 53.2 mg Vitamin C in 100 grams. Grapefruit - 31.2 mg Vitamin C in 100 grams. Tangerine - 26.7 mg Vitamin C in 100 grams. Daily intak

How to Gain Weight on a Vegan Diet

When it comes to gaining weight, the most effective food is animal diet. But if you need a vegetarian or vegan approach to your goal weight, it is not impossible too. There are various foods that can help you put on those extra pounds you require for your dream figure. Here are some nutritious foods that can help you with your intention: Sweet potatoes: They have high amounts of calories, fibre, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They can be used in salads, or as snacks after being roasted, grilled, baked or mashed. They contain 180 calories and 6.5 grams of fibre in 200 grams. Rice: They are a good source of calories, fibre, manganese, selenium, magnesium, phosphorus, and niacin. They can be eaten after being steamed with any curry or a pudding. They contain 216 calories and 3.5 grams fibre in 195 grams of brown rice. Nuts and dried fruits: They are healthy and nutritious choice of foods. They supply concentrated m

High Protein Source for Vegans

In today’s time, people are shifting towards veganism rather than eating meat. And protein is one of the most important minerals required by the human body which is difficult to gain in a vegan diet but not entirely impossible. Here are some plant-based protein foods to help your diet and fulfill the needed requirement of protein too: Soy-based products: tofu, tempeh, and edamame beans are the richest source of protein in a plant-based diet.   Additionally, they contain ample levels of calcium and iron too. They can be used as a meat substitute in sandwiches and soup. Protein content- 10-19 grams per 3.5 ounces (100 grams).                           Lentils: a great source of protein along with fibre, iron, and potassium. After being boiled, they can be used in salads, soups, and other dishes not only for breakfast but also for dinner. Protein content- 8.84 g per ½ cup. Chickpeas: They can be used in a variety