The Science behind ancient Indian kitchen habits

With long hours of working from home and being compelled to spend more time indoors, many have started facing health issues due to poor eating habits, lack of exercise and leading a stressful sedentary life. Kavita Srivastava, talks to Deepa Kothawale, a Yoga Instructor and a Yogic Diet Consultant and Sayli Deshpande Dere, a Nutritionist and a Dietitian on the scientific benefits of eating the way our grandparents used to do. We explore simple scientific habits from ancient Indian kitchens that can help restore the mind body balance when we need it the most.

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Why you shouldn’t take breathing for granted

Nafisa Master decodes the science behind a mundane task that almost every living being performs – breathing. In her attempt to unravel the power of breathing, she shares how breathing is the source to all life’s balance and cures. So the next time you breathe, take a pause and be mindful. You’ll realise how breathing can be so positively uplifting and healing.

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Effects of Ageing on Memory

Nafisa Master, a Behavioural Psychologist, Neuro Linguistic Master Trainer, and a Life Skills Coach decodes the process of ageing on memory. She shares how ‘growing up’ maybe optional, but growing ‘old’ is inevitable. A grand mother herself, she shares snippets of wisdom of how we can stay mentally young even with every addition of a candle on our birthday cake!

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