Continual body movements are essential to carry our daily chores and each moment extracts energy from our body to perform the movements. But what makes your body move? This question can’t be answered with the most precise answers. Until the recent revelation, it was believed that the moments are the results of muscle movement which is caused due to the nerve signals sent by the brain to the body. But, is it the actual theory? The answer is no!
Recent studies have revealed that there is a connective tissue that surrounds all the muscles, nerves, joints, organs, and blood vessels called Fascia that makes our body move. Let us study this interesting connective tissue a bit deeper to know its functioning and other aspects involved
Whether you’re a conscious eater, one with a regular palette or a complete foodie, you would have checked the ‘fat’ percentage on your food labels at least once. The four most celebrated ingredients of any dish are Carbohydrates, Protein, Sugar and Fat. Yet, very little is known about the truth on Fats and their positive health benefits.
Yes, you read that right. Fats ARE good for you! And you don’t really have to eliminate fats completely from your healthy diet. Today, let’s burst the myths surrounding fats – know which are the healthy fats and, why your body needs them. So before you pick up or discard that one food item, based on the label, from your shopping cart, know the truth –
A lot of my friends have a corporate 9-5 job. Most of them spend close to nine hours a day glued to their desks. It’s an extremely sedentary lifestyle. We haven’t even taken into consideration the fact that we are all lying down for 8-9 hours every day.
Let’s do some quick math. That’s 16-17 hours out of 24 without any physical activity for your body. Even when we’re at home, we spend at least another hour or two watching our favorite shows on TV or maybe reading a book. If that is similar to your daily routine, your body is inactive for 75% of the day!
I know it’s comfortable, but we gotta face it — it’s a life of laziness. All your muscles are at rest, but that’s not what our bodies were designed for. Sitting down for long periods of time can actually harm various organs of your body.