Nobody likes that frustrating feeling, when you ‘know’ the name of the film you saw last month but can’t really bring it to your lips. That’s your memory not matching up to your needs. It makes one thing clear: it needs preservation too. After all, you are not getting any younger.
Coffee and tea are two drinks you can rely on to keep your memory in the game. It also helps keep Alzheimer’s disease at bay, according a study in the journal Neurobiology of Aging.
Weight loss need not be a sudden cut in calorie intake and an intensive workout that leaves you overworked and exhausted. Just like alternative therapies have popularised in recent times, people are now switching to eating more meals per day (obviously smaller ones) to maintain a high metabolic rate and lower BMI (body-mass index) to stay in shape.
The thumb rules are: never skip your breakfast; take it easy on the diet. Eat when you feel hungry. Don’t starve to lose calories. In fact, studies say, when we go on starvation mode, our bodies tend to convert sugar into fats to keep the body going for hours without food. This increases the chances of obesity. So take it easy. Workout for an hour everyday and eat right when you feel it. Here’s your guide to the superfoods that boost weight loss. Continue reading 15 foods you should eat to lose weight (…and this isn’t some spam in your inbox)