VITAMIN A – THE MOISTURIZER WE ALL NEED

Vitamin A is the moisturizing vitamin for the mucus membranes of the eyes, nose, mouth, throat, rectum and vagina. Vitamin A deficient people are prone to suffer night blindness. Retinal which is part of the pigment that transforms the light signals to the brain by nerve impulses to interpret visual images. Read More

THE BREATH OF LIFE

Why do we take for granted the core of our well-being….our breath- the simple process of cleansing, oxygenating, rejuvenating our inner organs. We bypass the focal point of our sustenance, the reason for us being alive. Read More

THE SUNSHINE VITAMIN – VITAMIN D

Vitamin D is called the sunshine vitamin. See how wonderfully rosy cheeked the kids look after their morning PT session or football game. As a parent I have enjoyed seeing my children’s flushed faces, smiling brightly as they walked off the field energized. Read More

THE GOLDEN CITY- JAISALMER

You must see Jaisalmer, the city that lights up under the sun. Made of yellow sandstone, exuding a warm golden glow, it translates into the most mesmerizing view. I had heard so much about it, that I was waiting eagerly for an opportunity to see it. Read More

Hip raises for a strong core

Hip raises is a simple pilates exercise with multiple benefits. Hip raises done correctly is one of the most effective exercises post pregnancy. It can even be done by the elderly as it is a functional movement that will help in the hip and upper leg muscle strengthening to prevent hip injury Read More

SLEEP – REJUVENATION THERAPY

“I can manage my entire day with just 4/5 hrs of sleep” Innumerable people are heard saying that across the board of all ages, young and old. It’s a phenomenon that is gradually becoming a sort of epidemic. My question is “Why should you manage? Why shouldn’t you want to get up feeling completely rested?” Read More

FATIGUED, MENTAL STRESS, NO SLEEP?- HAVE GREENS

Did you know that it’s the greens more than any other food that plays a huge part in your mental well-being? All the green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, coriander, lettuce not only contain vitamins and iron but also act as a catalyst to absorb proteins and carbs and thereby activating the amino acid tryptophan. Read More

A Daughter's Mother

A DAUGHTER’S MOTHER

There is something about having a daughter! She changed my world and then drew me into that special world that I built around her. They called it blind love, pampering and even obsession for a while then they realized it wasn’t what I did but how I felt inside. Read More

WORDS OR SWORDS

WORDS OR SWORDS

All it takes is the S …. Sarcasm and absence of sensitivity to turn mere words into swords that can pierce into the heart. Read More