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What And How To Eat In Winter

What And How To Eat In Winter At this time of year, a hot soup warms us up and brightens our day. That is why in this blog will review other foods for winter , tasty and ideal to increase your body temperature, but not your weight . A rule, to begin with: winter is not synonymous with eating all the time. You can feel a pleasant warmth with warm drinks, such as an emollient, an infusion, pineapple water or old coffee. As far as possible, avoid adding sugar or use panela, sweetener or some natural sweetener instead. Some essential foods at this time are fruits and vegetables, as they are rich in antioxidants . That is, they reduce the production of free radicals, molecules that cause some respiratory processes. Some recommended fruits in winter are: Lemon Plum Pineapple Orange Mandarin Orange apples Pear All of these contain vitamin C , which reduces the chance of acquiring respiratory tract infections. Vegetables also contain significant concentrations of this vit

Badminton Fastest Growing Sport


        After school, I almost stopped playing badminton and many other games due to my busy lifestyle. I used to play outdoor badminton sometimes on weekends only with my family and friends. But from this year 2020, I started playing indoor badminton with the help of some colleagues Piyush, Abhinav and Akash inside our office campus. We have mostly all the sports inside our office campus like Badminton, TT, volleyball, Basketball, Squash, Cricket net, gym etc. To play badminton we need to book a court one day before. We daily book badminton courts for 1 hr and play in the evening. We play from Monday to Friday mostly.

Why to play badminton?


  • Badminton has less injury rate as compared to other sports.
  • Badminton has fewer players so the crowd is less.
  • Badminton is an indoor sport so we can play any time.
  • Badminton is an inexpensive Sport as we need a racket, a shuttlecock, and a court to play.
  • Badminton is the fastest growing sport in India.  


Some Health Benefits of Playing Badminton




1. Badminton can help in losing weight and control weight.

2. Badminton can Improves metabolic rate

3. Badminton can increase concentration and reflex action

4. Badminton can improve heart functioning

5. Badminton can improve muscle strength and flexibility

6. Badminton can increase bone density

7. Badminton can Cures hypertension


8. Badminton can help in maintaining physique and muscle toning

9. Badminton can improve lung function and keep hearts healthy

10. Badminton can decrease the risk of diabetes, Obesity, high blood pressure and many more diseases.


How much calories burn by playing 1 hr Badminton?




  • Playing Badminton regular is also good for keeping hearts healthy, conditioning and strengthening the heart muscle, reducing hypertension and limiting the risk of blood vessels clogging. 
  • playing badminton daily for an hour we can burn approximately 300 - 500 calories.

"Perfection is not attainable, 
      but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence"
Stay Healthy, Stay Fit.

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