It’s been 15 years since I got my first period; amidst this long span of time, my body has changed in many ways and so has my lifestyle—I have put on weight (almost 20 kilos more), I have a sedentary lifestyle, exercising is once-in-a-blue-moon kind of affair, I don’t have a fixed eating schedule, I often skip meals, I drink too much coffee (almost 3 to 4 cups a day), I live in one of the most polluted cities of India (New Delhi) and the list is too darn long… However, in the middle of all these life-modifications, one thing that has been a constant for me ever since my first period is – unbearable cramp. My mother tried homeopathy on me for a while when I was younger, it didn’t really work wonders for me.
Are you a fellow damaged-hair victim? If yes, hi-five! I have been looking for this miraculous recipe to soothe my damaged, frizzy hair for a while now. Living in Delhi, no matter how healthy you eat and how often you wash your hair, pollution and water quality really gets to your skin and hair. With no exception, I have unknowingly fallen prey to this misery.
Being conscious about energies of certain foods for autumn months and integrating those in your daily diet can help you balance your body’s energy.
Dutch food may not be as well-known as French or Chinese cuisines but it is worth experiencing the delight at least once. Foodhall, India’s premium lifestyle food superstore is kick-starting a week-long festival ‘Holland Meets Mumbai’ – enabling its patrons to experience the culinary flavours of Netherlands.