We are all made up of some good and bad habits, some laziness and some willingness; when it comes to our well-being. Let’s see some of the ignored part of what we really don’t think about, but it matters!

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Wellness is multi-dimensional. According to Merriam Webster, it is “the quality or state of being in good health especially as an actively sought goal.” To be well is to adopt a lifestyle and partake in activities that promote good health and improve the quality of one’s life. Nutrition, exercise and other aspects of physical health are not the only dimensions of wellness and good health, however. In fact there are eight dimensions to wellness: physical, emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, occupational, socially and spiritual health.

  • Shower Power!
    One thing a lot of us have in common is that we get our aha moments in the shower… our minds running at fire speed and even if we are not thinking anything, our brain has like 10 tabs open at a time and is working on it.. some problem we’ve been facing, or someone we have been thinking of connecting to, or some brilliant idea that suddenly pops up to make our lives easy, isn’t it?
  • What’s cookin between Food & Mood..? Let’s find out!
    Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an essential way to support mental as well as physical health. Including sources of tryptophan in the diet can have positive benefits on energy levels, mood, and sleep.
  • An elixir in disguise
    “What’s all the fuss about green tea?”Turns out, green tea is not fermented during its processing, so it’s buds and leaves retain majority of the naturally occurring goodness present in them, which gives green tea its celebrated health benefits. I love to try different blends and varieties and I also experiment simple quick concoctions. This is my turmeric green tea with a bit of lemon and black pepper which I love to sip after my lunch time at work….A few health benefits linked with regular usage of green tea: • An effective fat burner – research shows that it can enhance metabolism rate in short term • Enhances brain function – research has shown that sipping green tea enhances memory by increasing connectivity in key parts of the brain and it also contains amino acids that work in sync with caffein to improve brain function • Helps build immunity – it contains antioxidant Epigallocatechin Gallage which has been proven to treat various diseases. Regular usage of green tea has been been found effective overall! . What is your poison? Share in comments below with your recipes.

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