Women and The Weight Loss Tamasha By Rujuta Diwekar
Women and The Weight Loss Tamasha is based on the health and nutrition fundamentals and principles. This book by renowned nutritionist, Rujuta Diwekar, helps women in losing weight, toning their bodies, bringing the glow on their faces and some sort of wisdom in their brains. The women have to concentrate on their weight issues right from their puberty, marriage, pregnancy to menopause. The body weight fluctuates with these hormonal changes in their bodies.
The author gives details about all the changes that a woman goes through during these phases. Indian women have to consider many other factors- hormonal, in-laws, children, career, maid and what not! Also, women’s overall well-being is directly related to her body weight. There are 4 tactics of Nutrition, Exercise, Sleep and Relationships that the author has emphasized on. Special stress is given on the lifestyle disorders such as PCOD, hypothyroidism and diabetes.
The author has rubbished common myths related to food, hormones and exercises. According to the author, theories that pregnancy, hypothyroidism and menopause are related to weight are not valid. A woman can maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout her life by following some simple health tips. This edition, unlike her first edition is diverse in many ways. The chapter related to lifestyle disorders has thrown much light on the subjects of PCOD and Hypothyroidism, as now they have become very common. The author has stretched herself beyond food, to cover exercise and sleep, which are crucial and important aspects of a person’s health. This health book is available online at Amazon India.About the author:
Rujuta Diwekar works out of Mumbai and regularly practices yoga at Rishikesh. She studies and imagines in Uttarkashi and does trekking around the Indian Himalayas. She has won the Nutrition Award 2010 from Asian Institute of Gastroenterology.
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