"The wise man learns to be fully aware of the presence of disorder in his body and then sets about to reestablish order. He understands that order is inherent in disorder and that return to health is thus possible." - Dr. Vasant Lad February 1st, 2020 It’s been over a year now since the start… Continue reading Ayurveda to the rescue
Why? The same reason we have good quality food: it nourishes us. Physically and therefore mentally. Don't do yoga yet? No problem. Whether you need to meditate, do simple floor exercises or pranayama (breathing exercises) at home, finding comfort on a mat beats sitting on a cold hard bare floor that's not necessarily clean. One… Continue reading You need a good quality mat
A friend recently noted very somberly "It's an epidemic dude, vitamins D and B12 deficiency." The blood tests show this. I should be conscious about including more in my diet. I'll say it but I won't actually do it. I'll pop this multi-vitamin every day. Okay, maybe when I'm older or when something goes wrong.… Continue reading We are all low in vitamins, chill.
My sister randomly asked: "Bro what's collagen?" Stumped! I didn't have an answer for her! We all talk about carbs, proteins and fats, in that order even. Throw in some Vitamins: B-complex, D etc., which most of us need supplements for already. But what else is out there that's not on our radars? Here's one… Continue reading Collagen [college-in] and do I need it?
It's much easier to write immediately after something drastic happens, like my last post. Could it have been the steroids? I started working on a couple more health related topics since then, but did not get around to completing them. Is this 'writer's block'? After getting this one out, I'm going to get working on… Continue reading My Gut-Brain Connection 🧠
Pardon my French, but what a fucking start to 2019! Tuesday January 15th Pune, India It took a few weeks of scratching my head (figuratively) and arm (literally), going blind in one eye and hopping between doctors. It took one outstanding neurologist 5 minutes of listening to the symptoms and shining a light into my… Continue reading MS Protocol
Last week news came out that Classpass acquired Guavapass! 😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱 Two months ago I had one of my first blogposts published about ClassPass entering the market here in Dubai, comparing it with GuavaPass. ClassPass, almost six years old founded in New York, have expansion plans across the globe and has acquired 3 year old baby… Continue reading Fitness Revolution
That was quick! 🗓Doesn't every year fly by? How often does someone say otherwise, 'that took forever' or 'I'm glad that's done'? Not often. Right?? I should have an IG poll: Did you have a good 2018? I'm curious about the results. For those who didn't have a good year you can strive for positive… Continue reading 2018 Khalas. Yallah 2019!
A few posts ago, I set out to discover why Bali is known as the Island of The Gods. It's not only because of the untouched lands, live volcanoes and pristine beaches. Greenery is abundant on this remarkable island; one connects with and is surrounded by nature, far away from the hustle and bustle of… Continue reading Ubud Diaries
Pescetarianism means being vegetarian while still including seafood in your diet. If you told me a year ago I would stop eating chicken, pork, beef and lamb, I would have called you "retarded" without a blink. I would have reacted the same way most people do today, resenting the idea of a meat-free lifestyle. "I could… Continue reading Why I choose Pescetarianism