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Holi is one of the most colourful and vibrant festivals of India. And while the <em>bhang</em> and <em>gujiyas</em>, the singing and dancing, the mischief and drenching in colours are great fun, the aftermath can sometimes be unpleasant, with some people left suffering from skin rashes, eye allergies and discoloration of hair.
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Now that the festive lights have been packed away, it's time for a reality check. It's time to bid adieu to copious quantities of sugar and fats and welcome some real food in our lives. Your body wants to get back to normal and is probably screaming for a cleanse. Below are some simple steps you can use to get back on track. The best part is that you can use these clean eating habits any time of year.
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It's almost time to bid farewell to this year. It's time for a reality check! Did you stick to the health resolutions you made last year? Kudos to you if you did! But don't lose heart if you fell off the wagon. The following lifestyle tips will ensure that you have a happy, healthy, stress-free and successful life for years to come.
With Dassehra and Diwali around the corner, it is difficult to resist the temptation to gorge on sweets and other fat-laden seasonal delicacies - bad news for anyone who is trying to watch their weight and health in general. Yet, you can't possibly nibble salads all day can you? After all Diwali comes only once a year. So is there a way to have all the yummy stuff and get away with it? Turns out there is.