You can never question a Punjabi’s love for Rajma chawal. I can eat rajma rice all day, everyday.
And I am yet to taste a plate of badly made rajma rice. Also, I am never careful of what I wish for.
Anyhoo there are people in my life who do object eating rajma every day and my love for them keeps me on my toes and gets me to try new things so that they don’t get bored.
How about becoming a vegetarian? (like the beef ban was not enough) Or planting a new tree every day? I’m sure the latter sounds good to you. Do it! Not that the former’s difficult but for now all I want you to do is get over your Popeye addiction.
Before you go all “WHAT DO YOU EVEN MEAN?” I just want you to ditch those spinach cans for betel leaves. Sounds like a deal?
Okay don’t scratch your head already!
I’m someone who starts dreaming about lunch soon after breakfast. And if I don’t eat anything between breakfast & lunch, my stomach starts to grumble and I’m cranky. Hence, I snack!
Snacking if done the right way can make improvements to your overall health. According to a recent survey, Americans with the healthiest overall eating practices were twice as likely to snack as compared to those with less healthy eating habits.
Plan your snacks in advance and keep them in your handbag. Not only will this curb cravings but will also give you the energy to keep going and hit that post-work party with a glow on your face.
Hypothyroidism is one of the main causes of weight gain, especially in women. And it comes with innumerable other problems like diabetes, sleeplessness, painful periods, constant fatigue, low bone density, low levels of Vitamin D ( the major reason behind weight gain), PCOD, high blood pressure, etc.
Soon after I came to Delhi, some 5 years back, I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism and depression accompanied. After infinite cribbing, I decided to deal with it. I believe in the fact that no matter how big the problem is, in the end, the way you deal with it is all that matters. And I’ve never looked back.