Super Vegan Foods

There are few things you have to know, before you consider converting to vegan! Because knowledge is power and there's nothing wrong being a vegan! So know these basic foods that you can thrive being vegan, with no need for nutrition supplements. Facebook : Twitter : YouTube : A Ventuno Production Mar 22, 2014

Pilates - Beginners WarmUp Exercises - Part 1

In this webisode, we start with Some warmup lessons for Beginners Pilates... starting with breathing in rhythm and concentrating on parts to warm up. Keep yourself open to learning, as Divya is going to give some greater insights about our body! Mar 22, 2014

Foods to fight inflammation and belly fat

Inflammation is part of the body's immune response; without it, we can't heal. But when it's out of control it can damage the body. Also inflamation play a role in obesity, heart disease, and even cancer. Facebook : Twitter : YouTube : A Ventuno Production Mar 21, 2014

Make Your Work Place Happier

Most of us are unsatisfied with our jobs in a lot of different ways. A happy work environment seems a distant dream with a boss from hell, self-centred colleagues, insufficient salary, messy office politics, inequality in work, nominal or no perks, long hours, tough commute and, to make things worse, favouritism. Mar 20, 2014

Burpee Workout Routine

The burpee is a full body exercise used in strength training and as an aerobic exercise. The body weight burpee is a great exercise that not only helps to strengthen the muscles in the upper body, but also improves your cardiovascular system. Facebook - Twitter - Youtube - A Ventuno Production Mar 20, 2014

Pilates Introduction Part 3

This is the third and last webisode of Introduction to Pilates. In this webisode, Divya Rolla explains the importance of the 4th and 5th principles of Pilates, the Scapular Stabilization and Cervical Placement. in our following episodes, we will discover more about Pilates and its benefits! Keep watching!!! Mar 19, 2014
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Higher exposure to takeaway food doubles the risk of obesity

New Delhi, Mar 17 (ANI): A new study has revealed that people exposed to takeaway food outlets around them are more to be obese, as they are more likely to consume more of these foods. The study conducted by University of Cambridge found that individuals were exposed to 48 percent more takeaway outlets at work than at home and the average exposure combining home, work neighborhoods and commuting routes was 32 outlets. According to the study, people who were most exposed to fast food options consumed on average 5.7 grams more takeaway food than those who were least exposed. The study is published in British Medical Journal. Mar 17, 2014