Reasons behind weight loss resistance- Part II. Low metabolic rate

As mentioned in my previous post, Studies suggest that there are four main reasons behind obesity and weight gain,   Hperphagia, a low metabolic rate, low rates of fat oxidation and an impaired sympathetic nervous activity. We talked about the Sympathetic Nervous system fully in my previous post. Today our focus is going to be on Metabolic … Continue reading Reasons behind weight loss resistance- Part II. Low metabolic rate

Inflammation in our body and how to address it. Answering questions regarding food-part III

By now, you are probably tired of me saying listen to your body and adjust your diet based on your body's needs. You are probably frustrated and asking, how should I listen to my body, and what are you talking about?!! Therefore, I have decided to dedicate this post on the language that your body tends … Continue reading Inflammation in our body and how to address it. Answering questions regarding food-part III

Should we eat lunch and what should we eat for lunch? Answering questions regarding food- part II.

In this week's "answering questions regarding food" series, we are going to talk about lunch. We have been told that we should eat lunch early afternoon, possibly between 12-1pm. One theory suggests that if we leave lunch for later in the day the chances that one would overeat or make an unhealthy choice will increase. … Continue reading Should we eat lunch and what should we eat for lunch? Answering questions regarding food- part II.

Glute firming exercise/ donkey kicks

Donkey kick is a great exercise for getting a round and firm booty. It is as effective in firming up your glutes as traditional lunges.  I have added a crunch in between as well to get extra ab work. You can do basic or move to an advanced version and they are both as effective. The … Continue reading Glute firming exercise/ donkey kicks