The type of goals you set, and your coping strategies can affect the chances of achieving your goals, or of abandoning them. You are already aware of the basics, aka: You are more likely to achieve your goal if the reason to do it is intrinsic rather than extrinsic (Koestner, 2002). Put more simply, do … Continue reading Psychology backed Strategies to set Health Goals
Author : Anushree Kailash , INFS scholar Edited by : Subia Khan , Corporate consultant @ SQUATS Let’s understand what Intermittent Fasting is: Intermittent fasting is not a type of diet but a diet strategy or eating pattern which times the total daily food intake into a specific number of contiguous hours to produce an … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting – Yay or Nay?
Abstract Article 1: Author : Aditya Mahajan, INFS faculty Keywords: Metabolism, BMR, TDEE, Calories, Fat loss Everybody at some point must have heard the term ‘metabolism’ or you must have heard someone saying my metabolism is slow -I can-not lose weight easily or my metabolism is fast- I am unable to gain weight. So what … Continue reading Understanding Metabolism
Author: Shanu Shashank , INFS alumni I would be flying high if my body could become a machine that converts everything I eat into muscles, whether its carbs or protein or any of the unhealthy food items. While each time I shred, I would lose on those fats and no muscles, literally. Now, this is … Continue reading Nutrient Partitioning