Blogs | The Beach House Goa - Part 4

5 Mental Hacks to make the Most of Your Workout

18 Jun 2014

1. Try out mental relaxation techniques  – To enjoy a more focused, fulfilling workout, it’s important to gain control over your mind and let go of all passing thoughts.

Cure Snoring with Yoga

14 Jun 2014

YOGA FOR SNORING What exactly is snoring? Snoring is the result of vibrating tissues in the throat which causes disrupting sounds during sleep.

The Top 10 Detox foods

06 Jun 2014
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The top 10 foods which are most recommended for going on a detox … 1.)  Lemons Starting  your day with a glass of lemon juice and honey helps in restoring the alkaline acid balance in the body. 2.)  Apples Apples contain glucaric acid, which cleanses estrogen-like chemicals and heavy metals from the body. 3.)  Almonds Almonds are a great source of magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, and folate. Nibble on them when you feel hungry between the meals. 4.)  Beetroot Beetroot contains betalains, which repairs cell structure. It also has anti-inflammatory and fungicidal properties. 5.) Green Tea A cup of green tea is an excellent cleanser of toxins from the body..

Yoga – The success behind Kings XI Punjab

02 Jun 2014
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Kings XI Punjab, who played their maiden IPL final on Sunday, were the team to beat this season.

Neem – The Green Treasure

29 May 2014
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The neem tree is a tropical evergreen tree native to the Indian sub-continent. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for more than 4000 years due to its medicinal properties. Neem is called ‘arista’ in Sanskrit a word that means perfect, complete and imperishable. Most of the plant parts such as fruits, seeds, leaves, bark and roots contain compounds with proven antiseptic, antiviral, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, antiulcer and antifungal uses. The Sanskrit name ‘nimba’ comes from the term ‘nimbati swasthyandadati’ which means to give good health. The benefits of neem have been listed in detail in ancient documents like Charak and Sushrutha Samhitas. The Persian name of Neem is ‘Azad-Darakth-E-Hind’ which.

Going Natural on Foods

20 May 2014
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The Basic rule of the thumb is, if it comes in a box, can or a bag or any type of packaging or it’s not specifically from a health food or raw food store, it is probably processed. Processed foods made with trans fats, saturated fats, and large amounts of sodium and sugar are not good. They’re low in vitamins and minerals and eating too much could deplete health. You Should fill your body with whole natural produce that will give your body more stable nourishment.

The Amazing Powers of Chia Seeds

15 May 2014
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Add chia seeds to your water bottle, afternoon iced tea, or sprinkle them on salads, yogurt, and cereal. One ounce delivers an impressive 10 grams of fiber and 5 grams of protein. Research found they can help you eat less by naturally regulating blood sugar, which helps put the breaks on hunger. Chia seeds help in weight. They reduce food cravings by preventing some of the food that you eat from getting absorbed into your system. This blockage of calorie absorption makes them a great diet helper. Chia seeds make you feel fuller faster. This is because they absorb 10 times their weight in water, forming a bulky gel. Omega-3:.

India’s Politicians Daily Fitness Routines

12 May 2014
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What keeps the 63-year-old Narendra Modi spirited through this strenuous campaign trail? His aides credit his ascetic lifestyle and regular yoga exercises. Rahul Gandhi gets his energy from his evening runs and his occasional lessons in aikido, a Japanese martial arts form. The two rivals, as with their ideologies, couldn’t be more different in how they prepare physically for their exhaustive daily rallies and public meetings, often hopping two or three destinations in a single day. For politicians, even those who maintain healthy dietary habits and strict fitness regimes, everything goes upside down during the elections; facing months of laborious campaign can be torture. The three most talked about leaders.

The Ardha Matsyendrasana

07 May 2014
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Ardha Matsyendrasana comes from the Sanskrit language; “ardha” is half, “matsya” is fish, “indra” is the ruler (king), and “asana” is pose.

Match Box

18 Apr 2013
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Match Box