Monday, May 11, 2009

5 ways in losing weight fast

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weight-lossMany diet programs will offer you the same thing. That is losing weight fast. They promise that you quickly lose 25 pounds, will you join it? Well, maybe you will see their example program. After see it, I’m sure that you will decide to ignore it. Why? Yes, because most diets of this are very strict. They will send you daily menu with reduce your calorie intake and severally restrict your food choices. Even the diet really work, it’s only for short term or what we call it yo-yo diet.
You don’t want that happens to you, right? 

Well, I will give you 5 ways in losing weight fast. It will not make stress, because this ways is a part of your life style.

1. Healthy Breakfast
Begin you long day with breakfast. Include calorie in your breakfast, it will give you energy for facing the day and give back the nutrient to your body after sleep along night.

2. Forget about counting the calorie
Reducing the calorie intake is not help you in losing weight. It only made your body not get enough energy in burning the fat. Better to try calorie shifting diet (for more information visit calorie shifting).

3. Healthy snack
The ideal snack contains high fiber, like fruits. Hmm, I think, an apple a day already enough.

4. Move more
Well, you don’t need extreme exercise or fitness. You only need move more, 30 minutes every day. Walk with your dog or walking to the office.

5. The important, believe
Many people successfully lose weight because of believe that they can gain their ideal weight. it’s no use if you do all the diet program but not believe in yourself that you can gain your ideal weight.
Now, you see, only simple 5 things will help you in losing weight. Many people do diet like have a pressure, that’s why their diet didn’t work. After starving their self, they will not get enough energy in fat burn and they should spend their energy for stress in dieting? How can they success in gain their ideal weight? Just do the diet as a lifestyle!

Author: Ben Tien

Shoppers Stop's Simply Desi Collection

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Shoppers Stop's newly launched Simply Desi collection makes Indian wear the latest style statement! Vivid Indian colours and native Indian motifs are fashionably captured in The Simply Desi Collection. This kitsch-inspired collection will be available under the exclusive brands Haute Curry, STOP, and Kashish which are available exclusively at Shoppers Stop stores.

In a tribute to Indian-ness, the Simply Desi collection embodies the essence of India with the use of vibrant colours, folk prints and rich textural embroidery. The contemporary designs and international silhouettes enhance the local flavour of the collection. The Desi look has been made chic with the use of embellishments, sequins and stunning embroideries.

The Simply Desi collection is a visual treat with its rich Indian palette of colours such as turmeric yellow, chutney green, rani pink, crimson red, royal blue and saffron. To add to the fashion quotient, the silhouettes, the designs and the cuts are distinctly international, giving the collection a categorical Glocal flavour.

Getting back to your roots has never been so fashionable! So, head to the nearest Shoppers Stop and indulge in pure Indianness with international aplomb!

Naomi Campbell in Black Sari

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Naomi campbell in black sari

In my previous post I have written about black sari in trends, Naomi Campbell, International model, walking in black sari on ramp during Lakme India fashion week.

Learn How to Stop Sweating Naturally and Effectively

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Author: jeffykk

excessive-sweatingExcessive sweating – or hyperhidrosis as it is scientifically known – is a condition due to which certain parts of a person’s body sweat much more than required by the body. The condition is quite troublesome to sufferers, as they become uncomfortable and self conscious and begin to develop a conscious. Sufferers might also shirk from going out in public because of their ailment, and might begin to keep mostly to themselves. This condition, however, is by no means incurable, and given below are a few simple methods on how to stop sweating.

The first and foremost thing to remember about excessive sweating is to improve one’s personal hygiene. Regular baths and showers every morning and even night, if the situation requires, are important as they would wash away any bacteria that may be responsible for making the sweat smell. Even more important is to dry oneself properly after bathing. Talcum powder could be very useful is making the body drier. Antiperspirants must also be used, instead of deodorants, are very useful in controlling excess ive sweating as well as controlling the odour it causes.

Clothing is another important factor in controlling excessive sweating. It is suggested that sufferers use natural fibres like cotton, wool or silk. Such fabrics allow air circulation and let the body breathe. They also help regulate the body’s temperature, thus obviously reducing the amount of sweating. Man-made materials, on the other hand are detrimental, as they increase the body’s temperature and this could increase the body’s sweating tenfold.

1. Yoga may be useful:
How to stop sweating also includes controlling stress. Stress is greatly responsible for causing the body to sweat, since it causes a sort of ‘nervous sweating’. Thus, it is important for sufferers to relax, and the best way to relax is using methods like yoga. Yoga could assist in teaching a person how to regulate and change the body’s breathing pattern and is quite useful on days where one is unusually stressed out. However, it must be performed every day for weeks before any visible results will be shown. Nevertheless, the results will be noticeable, as the person will obviously become more relaxed, and this would imply that the bouts of stress and nervousness will become less and less frequent.

2. Quit Smoking:
If the sufferer is a smoker, then another method of how to stop sweating is to stop smoking. While people might generally argue that smoking calms the nerves, in reality it has been found to aggravate the problem. Smoking dilates the blood capillaries, thus increasing the body temperature which naturally increases the amount of sweat produced. Thus, a person who smokes to indirectly stop sweating by calming themselves would find themselves only intensify the problem.

3. Coffee:
Regular drinkers of coffee are also susceptible to nervous sweating. This is mainly due to the sugar and caffeine present in coffee that has been found to raise the anxiety level as well as the heart rate. While coffee might be important to most people, it is important to drop this habit if one wants to know how to stop sweating.
There are extreme cases of nervous-related sweating, and such simple solutions might not be effective. If sufferers of such extreme cases want to know how to stop sweating, there are many other ways that are available on the internet. Thus even such sufferers must not lose hope.

Nari’s redefining fashion

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Akhil Chaturvedi and Narendra KumarThey say the only thing constant is change. Provogue, India’s leading fashion apparel brand is all set to redefine fashion this summer. Akhil Chaturvedi recently hosted an evening announcing the brand’s tie-up with the versatile designer Narendra Kumar as it’s creative head. They also unveiled a new campaign featuring models Tamara Moss and Maddison Mckay.

“I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to recreate this iconic fashion brand in the contemporary mould aimed at new emerging India,” said Nari. The evening also saw a fashion show featuring Provogue’s Spring Summer 09 collection by the designer. Provogue’s latest campaign is set to break new grounds. Best of all, it’s extremely stylish, sexy, bold, colourful and throbbing with vibrancy. With shades ranging from pastels to vivacious and trendy colours, this collection will definitely take the heat off you this summer.

Laila Rizvi’s Collection in Sunday Mag

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Umar Sayeed Designs in Sunday Mag II

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Umar Sayeed Designs in Sunday Mag

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“The Midas Touch” From Sunday

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Summer collection from Sunday mag II

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Summer collection from Sunday mag

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