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  • Ridwon, 5q7JGeAYKjJ

    Tue, Jul 14 2015

    As long as you have some muscle mass, eaitng healthily will allow your body to naturally (yet more slowly) burn off excess fat. However, what do you think it is easier to sell people? Pricey "healthy" food that they can just replace with items from the store, or "get ripped quick" exercise machines for $20 a pop? Also (and this is just my opinion) telling people they can still eat most of what they want and they just have to exercise is more appealing than telling them that they have to be very strict about what they eat.References :

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  • sunil, MANGALORE

    Fri, Mar 27 2015

    EATING AND PLAYING CRICKET AND OTHER SPORTS / PAYING PLAYING / FEEL LIKE EATING

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  • Joel, Sydney/ Mangalore

    Thu, Sep 6 2012

    Sanjeev Kamath, Udupi / Bahrain Mate nothing is harmful as far as u consume it within ones limits plus u play or exercise a lot and sweat it out.. If coconut was the case whole of Southern India and SriLanka would be wiped off with people having heartattacks and stuff like that.. its easy when you are young eat well once u get a little bit old watch on wat u eat...

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  • R.Bhandarkar., M

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Sanjana Thanks Sandeep...
    My patent. Please do not steal title please. Can steal my tips
    for sure....

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  • Sanjana Shenoy, Bejai

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Thanks Sandeep

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  • Amin Bhoja, Patte / Riyadh

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Modern world with it's style of living and modern eating habit see an invitation to our early death.Eat always what your health permit's,a balancing diet always. Always try to Analyze your blood once in 6-12 months,a way to keep your health an healthy.

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  • sunil , mangalore-bengalure

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Mr.Rakesh shetty thank u for good tips.

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  • Annaji, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Follow the following steps for healthy life.
    1.Eat only when you are really hungry.
    2.Eat more vegetables,sprouts and affordable fruits.
    3.Take curd milk along with each meal.
    4.Follow vegetarian diet.
    5.Fried items and sweets only during special occasions.
    6.Walk more.
    7.Avoid sitting long time, walk when you read.
    8.Sit on the floor with folded legs when you watch TV.
    9.Do your work like washing cloths,pressing cloths etc on your own.
    10.Have sound sleep after completion of your day's work.Dont keep anything pending while going to sleep as the worry of keeping things pending would affect your sleep.

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  • Murti, mangalore/dubai

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Nice effort by Daiji. People have misconceptions about dieting and hope these type of article defintely help them.

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  • sandeep, mangalore

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    I was going out of shape since last year, A big belly and eating unwanted food. I had a consultation with sanjana last year. It was an eye opener for me. I lost around 12 kilos, waist size came down from 42 to 34 inches in a matter of months, by just following simple diets she prescribed. I am a totally changed man now. I cant thank you enough sanjana, You have given me a new life. Kudos to you.

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    There is a famous saying that'Health is wealth' and healthy mind lives in a healthy body. But today most of the people find it difficult to reduce their weight and are becoming prone to BP,cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and the core reason behind this is obesity.

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  • Amin Bhoja, Patte / Riyadh

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    A good article of Sanjana Shenoy and the nutrition and body.The lifestyle of us changed totally,we are so busy enough we forget our health all together a reason our life became so short now a days.Our younger generations go for easy foods like Pizza,hamburger, mcdonald and kind of soft carbonated drinks an early invitation of diseases to one's body.A secrets itself of our forefathers thier life styles and their longevity's.A thanks to Sanjana Shenoy,the dietitian.

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  • Sanjeev Kamath, Udupi / Bahrain

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Ma'am, we hear plenty of anti-coconut publicity, perhaps from the lobby of sunflower. Is raw coconut in our daily sambaar, chutney and oil for garnishing good for health or harmful?

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  • Blaan Mendonca, USA

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Balancing diet with exercise is very important. Protein and Branched-Chain Amino Acids, carbohydrates and fat are very essential for better health and to achieve metabolic balance. They provide the sugar and Amino acids to our cells for energy, repair and growth. 35 percent protein, 35 percent carbohydrate and 30 percent fat. Fiber is very important. protein requirement varies from little exercise 0.36gm per pound (body weight) to heavy exercise 1gm per pound (body weight) according to exercise. Protein is the basic components of all living cells and principal substance that make up the body. Carbohydrates gives you energy. When our body digests fat, this helps the body absorb fat soluble vitamins, such as vitamins A,D, E, and K.

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  • Joel, mangalore/ Sydney

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Its easy just SWAP it dont STOP it.. like SWAP watching Sports to Playing Sports and so on -)

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  • Blaan Mendonca, USA

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Sanjay Shenoy,
    I have a few questions to you. In the present generation, diet and exercise cannot solve the problems to be fit. There are several other causes or factors which can harm our health and life such as technology which produces harmful electromagnetic waves, Nuclear radiation, UV rays, Pollution generated by vehicles, chemicals used in pest control, chemicals used in Agriculture and food industry, second hand smoke from smokers, Tuberculosis patients traveling in public transports, HIV infected persons who do not disclose their illness. How can you regulate and avoid this in a country where there is no prevention or screening of general public.

    You are absolutely right that Healthy Diet with micro nutrients and Regular exercise with proper metabolism are the two important factors to maintain good health and lead a happy life only when the environment or surrounding is healthy or green. A healthy person cannot tolerate pollution and may collapse, but a smoker can tolerate pollution.

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  • Vivek Baliga, Bangalore/Abohar

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    "People also must remember that there is no short cut to losing weight and to good health."........ Bang on... well said

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  • Shabir A., Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Good awareness...
    @Rakesh Shetty, you have become the other name for negativity!

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  • Ln Peter A Pinto, Lalbagh

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    All the best Sanjana. God bless you for the good work. We will share this information with all our LION members of LC Lalbagh.

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  • KRPrabhu, Kudla/Bangalore

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Hats off Sanjana Shenoy Nayak for your accomplishment as a specialist in dietics and nice to know that you render service so many prominent corporate giants.Yours is a rare speciality field and commonly DK young ones opt for Engg and Medical fields.
    Keeping fit is of vital importance and apart from eating prescirbed foods and engaging is regular physical excercises,it is pertinent to note that now a days mental stress is a major cause for all helth anomolies of todays population in every field.In this direction the application of Yoga and meditation also can contribute significantly in keeping man fit.Hope you will agree.

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  • R.Bhandarkar., M

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    Hmmmm-Diet
    Eat Tight
    Drink Light
    Never be pensive about Plight Dont swear n Fight
    On dance floor with S and F
    Swing with all Might
    Now say bye bye Diet.
    (S and F are my friends for kind information).

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  • Rakesh shetty, mangalore

    Wed, Sep 5 2012


    FITNESS MANTRA TO ALL FROM SIDE :

    KEEP DOING YOGA DAILY EARLY MORNING. STAY FIT FOREVER.

    DO REGULAR BRISK WALK TWICE A DAY MORNING AND EVENING.

    DRINK  LOTS OF HOT WATER EVERY DAY.

    EAT LOTS OF VEGITABLES INSTEAD OF MEAT.

    THOSE WHO WORKS IN OFFICES OR WATCHING TV IN HOME, DON'T SIT MORE THAN HALF N HOUR. TAKE QUICK BREAK JUST WALK AROUND

    EAT ONLY FRUITS,SALADS DURING NIGHT INSTEAD OF RICE ITEM.

    IF YOU FOLLOW THIS TECHNIQUE I'M SURE YOU WILL FEEL MUCH BETTER AND STAY FIT. BETTER POST MY HEALTHY TIPS IN YOUR ROOMS. JAI HO.

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  • Annaji, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 5 2012

    I believe only one thing, i.e. whatever you eat you should burn by regular physical work or exercise.
    Hype has been created in the name of diet and people are misguided by wrong concepts.
    See the diet of rural folk, they dont fry anything and use very little oil.They always eat fresh items and not stored items.How good their physique is!

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