One of the basic, most well-known and widely practiced asanas, surya namaskar literally translates to sun salutation. It comprises a series of twelve different yoga poses that focus on various parts of body. What makes surya namaskar great for the entire body is the fact that it involves twelve different poses encompassed in one - for example, basic prayer pose, forward bend and the bhujangasana (cobra pose).
“Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” And you know how honest the mirror is! So, sit in front of a mirror and eat so that you do not overeat. When you look at yourself in the mirror, you will be motivated to eat less as you will get a visual cue whether to get a second serving or just be satisfied with your first serving. The point is, do not overeat.
“I always ask clients, ‘Would you be standing the same way in a bikini?’ and the answer is usually a resounding ‘no,’” Boschen says. Having good posture isn’t just a technique to look visually slimmer; it also encourages you to work your core by pulling in your stomach and tightening those muscles, she says. Psst… Do you know the real reason why people gain weight as they age?
Green tea is an especially rich source of antioxidants called catechins. It also contains caffeine. Both of these substances can increase metabolism, but when consumed together they have a synergistic effect. They help to boost levels of the hormone norepinephrine which signals fat cells to release stored fat into the bloodstream for use as energy.
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Each meal should include 1/4 protein (the size of your palm), 1/4 complex carbohydrates (1/2 cup cooked brown rice, quinoa, sweet potato etc.), and 1/2 vegetables (with the exception of breakfast). One thing to be mindful of is consuming carbohydrates at dinner, which is something I usually advise against, since your body rarely needs this amount of energy before going to bed.