How to lose weight in 10 days

Wondering how to lose weight in 10 days for an upcoming event or a photo shoot? A combination of Intermittent fasting weight loss plan and the ketogenic diet plan will really help you lose weight faster. However, if you cannot follow ketogenic diet and cannot control hunger during intermittent fasting,Read More →

Intermittent fasting weight loss plan

“Intermittent fasting weight loss plan. A combination of fasting with an effective weight loss diet”. Intermittent fasting: Any diet plan that has a period of fasting and eating window within a defined period is an intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting is in fact is not a diet plan or a weightRead More →

8 Best protein sources

There are 4 important metrics to determine the quality of protein. Here is a list of top 8 protein sources with their quality ranking. Protein efficiency ratio (PER) Protein efficiency ratio is the ratio of body mass gain to the amount of protein consumed in grams. Protein efficiency ratio wasRead More →

Homemade weight gainer

If you are very lean and want to gain weight in a healthy way here is a homemade weight gainer recipe. Homemade weight gainer ingredients Almonds 6 nos. 42 calories Black dates 6 nos. 138 calories Oats 25gms 97.25 calories Banana 1 (approx. 6”) 72 calories Peanut butter 2tbsp 188 calories HoneyRead More →

Ketogenic diet plan

You don’t have to pay anyone to write a ketogenic diet plan for you as it can be customized by anyone easily by understanding the portion control / ratio of macros (amount of fats, proteins and carbohydrates per meal) and the choice of ingredients. The major portion of ketogenic diet consistsRead More →

Vanishing caloric density

Vanishing caloric density – a way to make your brain think that the food you eat has no calories in it so that you can keep on eating that particular food. Imagine a food that has an interesting texture and shape which melts in your mouth so that you couldn’tRead More →

Gluten intolerance

Gluten intolerance (also known as non-celiac gluten sensitivity) is a wheat-related disorder that occurs after eating foods made out of wheat, barley, oats or rye. The gluten present in these grains are made up of two proteins named gliadin and glutenin. It is an insoluble protein composite that gives elasticityRead More →

Sensory specific satiety

Have you ever wondered why people eat large amount of food in a buffet? Sensory specific satiety: Certain type of food decline the satisfaction (enough of that) while exposure to new flavor renews the appetite (try this) which makes you eat more. This hedonic phenomenon is called Sensory specific satietyRead More →