Model Chahat Vig on her fitness routine, eating habits and Spiritual quotient. Keeping the mobile phone away 30 mins before bed is the best.
Worrying doesn’t make anything better, so why worry, asks Aisha Sharma. The svelte model and actress believes in having an attitude of gratitude.
We are blessed with a great culture which our parents have passed on to us. Our traditional foods are very balanced. I strongly believe that weight loss is the result of 80 per cent of what you put in your stomach and 20 per cent of the physical activities you engage in or the workout you do.
I am not a very big fan of the gym. It has a negative impact on my joints. However, I love swimming and dancing, and love the cardio it provides.
It’s very important to stay in the present and not dwell too much on the past and not worry too much about the future. Focus on the now, says Sahher Bambba.
Mridula Chandrashekhar Bhabani shares her fitness routine, eating habits and spiritual quotient. “Kindness is my religion,” she reveals.
Sitting is the new smoking, says Dr Aditi Govitrikar who gives us tips on how to correct our eating habits to working out and staying calm.
Ishita Dutta gives a sound advice on not to blindly follow someone else’s diet. Here the Bollywood actor speaks about her fitness routine.