How to overcome Weight Loss Stagnation

Working hard to lose weight, but not getting the desired result? Well don’t lose your motivation. You might be on the right track, but missing on some simple things. On dieting right today we will see the most common reason for stagnation in weight loss. Facebook : Twitter : YouTube : A Ventuno Production Feb 12, 2014

Janusirsasana or Head to Knee Pose

Janusirsasana or Head to Knee Pose is a variation of Paschimottanasana or Seated Forward Bend which you saw in the previous video. Janusirsasana is a spinal twist, as well as a forward fold/bend. Again the benefits are numerous! This asana is helpful for constipation, dyspepsia, seminal weakness and pain in the waist and legs. It massages the spleen, liver and abdominal organs. Helps in reducing excess fat Twitter: YouTube: A Ventuno Production Feb 11, 2014

7 Healing Health Benefits of Honey

The discovery of honey presumably is older than the Sumerian and Babylonian civilizations. Originated from a German word 'honeg', honey was the oldest and most widespread sweetener in ancient history. While its benefits are often questioned, raw and organic honey has delicious array of healthy benefits. Feb 10, 2014

Time Crunch Workout under 5 mins

There will come days when you don’t have much time to devote to training. And there will also be days where you just don’t want to do your entire workout; you’ll want to do the bare minimum and be done with it. In this episode of Fast track to Fitness we bring you time crunched workout. Facebook - Twitter - Youtube - A Ventuno Production Feb 10, 2014

How sleep duration can up depression risk

New Delhi, Feb 9 (ANI): A genetic study of adult twins and a community-based study of adolescents have linked sleep duration with depression. "Healthy sleep is a necessity for physical, mental and emotional well-being," American Academy of Sleep Medicine President Dr. M. Safwan Badr, said. Feb 9, 2014

Smokers are less physically active and feel more tired than non-smokers

New Delhi, Feb 9 (ANI): A new study has revealed that smokers feel more tired, are less physically active, lack motivation and are more likely to suffer symptoms of anxiety and depression, when compared to their non-smoker counterparts. The research, led by Dr. Karina Furlanetto, from Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil, is the first study to show that smokers are less physically active than non-smokers. Feb 9, 2014