The pandemic has accelerated the trend of hybrid working. The hybrid model, which incorporates a mixture of in-office and remote work in an employee's schedule, may look different for every company, but there is one thing in common - there is a greater need for employers to prioritize employee well-being, as they work towards creating the new normal.
Eating a high-protein diet instead of a carb-heavy diet may enable your body to burn more calories per day.
For years, boosting one’s metabolism has been a goal of consumers because it impacts our weight, appetites, and body fat levels. The faster your metabolism, the more calories you’ll burn, even when you’re resting. What many people don’t realize, however, is that having a high metabolism means you may need to eat more, and/or adjust your meal timing, to maintain your weight. What’s important here is understanding how your body processes food and what foods you will need for optimal function.
As doctors we know the critical importance of maintaining a healthy diet and exercising regularly and are obliged to propagate the same for our patients.
The pandemic has brought a significant change to the patient-doctor relationship. As a doctor, treating your patient holistically has become the need of the hour.
As the world is slowly moving towards reopening industries, shops, and restaurants under certain conditions, we have to keep in mind one thing: the pandemic is not over yet and we still need to be mindful of health and hygiene measures.
Nutrition is the key to healthy living and success in all walks of life. In the recent years, we have witnessed several food and nutrition trends in the region.
Surfing through the grocery stores, most of us have been drawn towards products labelled as organic, natural, trans-fat free and gluten free. But how many consumers understand these labels and their importance well?
Food safety has become a topic of importance, especially during the pandemic. People are now concerned about the safety of their food. Technology is playing the role of an effective enabler in the new normal.
The best part of living a good life is acquiring quality health especially through the golden and productive age and, ensuring wellbeing and comfort through the less active years.
Asia Pacific (APAC) region is home to some of the world’s fastest growing economies and ironically more than half of the undernourished children on the planet too.
We are fighting multiple health devils in our daily lives. While COVID-19 is the most recent one, it’s important that we do not lay our eyes off a few of those healthcare issues that have been afflicting the urban dwellers for long.
As sports enthusiasts restart their exercise routines, it’s important to kick-start on the right note with the necessary dietary support that can fuel their athletic endeavors.