During the first agricultural revolution, preserving foods ensured long-term supply of food, reduced the burden to hunt, and prevented spoilage of excess agricultural produce. Today, food preservation is a reemerging […]
I am a Nutrition Educator with over 10 years of experience in the area of nutrition, dietetics, health, wellness, and food safety. My current research passion is about physiology and behavior psychology related to health and wellbeing.
I love to read, hike, cook, travel, meditate. I believe change starts from within and a process of self-inquiry and hence as an educator I constantly engage my audience to seek the rationale from within first.
In my last blog, I talked about habits and touched on how your brain changes when you start breaking these habits. The ability of your brain to change is called […]
We talk a lot about habits on this blog because we see, from our professional and personal experiences, that truly modifying your lifestyle requires paying attention to and managing your […]
Tea is one of the most loved beverages in the world. Out of the hundreds of teas, 20% of people prefer green tea than any others. Green tea contains several […]
What better time to talk about self-love than Valentine’s day? When I say self-love, I am not talking about a narcissistic or egocentric attitude. Self-love, or self-compassion, is the act […]
You may be familiar with the excitement of setting New Year’s resolutions and the disappointment that comes when you aren’t able to reach those goals. Resolutions often fail because of […]
Every few years, we hear about the newest miracle diet: Atkins, South Beach, Keto, just to name a few. These diet-related trends tout great results, but they may not help […]