About Diet & Nutritions

We become what we eat and our diet influences the kind of health we have. That’s the reason why a balanced, filling and ideal diet with ample nutrition is required to stay healthy. Moreover, it is wrong to believe that eating anything and then performing Yoga will reap you benefits. The fact is that regular practice of Yoga must be backed by a proper diet to get optimum results for greater health.

We, at Yog Power Studio, believe that it is our responsibility to guide our students not only in Yoga and meditation but also in the diet that goes with it. We have expert dieticians in our team who understand body types well and suggest ideal foods for all physical objectives. Be it a diet plan to reduce weight or a nutritional regime to gain muscle mass- we show you the path so that you can reach your goals with consummate ease.

Along with that, we share smart tips that can be implemented in day to day life to ensure bodily requirements like immunity, stronger bones, tackling diseases etc. We share various recipes that are not only beneficial for a person’s health but are also easy to make and delicious as well. The role of food is so vital that many diseases are neutralized and cured just by proper intake of an ideal diet.

Apart from all that, we help you in getting your Body Mass Index (BMI) right. We assist you in assessing the number of calories you consume and the subsequent reduction required to cut down on harmful eating. We encourage our students to eat well and we do not believe in starving diet plans that in turn harms the body. Guidance in food and regularity at Yoga can help you have a high level of well-being!


16 Customized Diet Tips

1. Drinking Water or cholesterol free beverages

Drinking water helps the skin to do it' s job of regulating the body's temperature through sweating.Water is the most essential part of our daily nutrients which our body requires. Water serves at the body's transportation system and when we are dehydrated things just can't get around as well. Drinking water and soft cholesterol free beverages helps balance our body fluids. Keep drinking...

2. Honey

If you are trying to lose weight, honey can be very helpful, honey does contain sugar. However, unlike refined sugar, honey contains beneficial vitamins and minerals as well. Have luke warm water and honey to get a slim fit body.

3. Leaves

Start your day with Green Leaves only. Everyday if you are consuming seven to ten basil leaves then it will reduce your asthma problem. Have mint leaves with pepper and salt to have a healthy digestive system.(Chew it proper). Have lots of cabbage to consume fibres.


4. Green Veggies

Greens are the No. 1 food you can eat regularly to help improve your health," says Jill Nussinow, MS, RD, a culinary educator in Northern California and the author of The Veggie Queen. That's because leafy vegetables are brimming with fiber along with vitamins, minerals, and plant-based substances that may help protect you from heart disease, diabetes.


5. Fiber foods

A high-fiber diet has many benefits, which normalizes bowel movements. A bulky stool is easier to pass, decreasing your chance of constipation. Research shows that those eating a high-fiber diet have a 40 percent lower risk of heart disease. Eat juicy fruits as much as possible and juicy veggies also.


6. Loose weight Slowly

With obesity and weight gain on the rise, it's no wonder that an estimated 108 million people are currently having a diet plan. While some diets may promise that you'll drop weight quickly, the healthiest option is achieving slow but steady weight loss at a rate of just 1 to 2 pounds per week. The key is making simple lifestyle and food choices that are easy to integrate into your everyday life without forcing you to make extreme changes.


7. Sleep enough

Scientists have gone to great lengths to fully understand sleep's benefits. Sleeping plays a critical role in human and animals immune fuction, metabolism, memory, learining and other vital fuctions. If you sleep proper then your next day will be awesome. It gives relaxation to our eye and our mind gets some rest and strength to function the very next day.


8. Season Foods

Eat local foods. Eat what’s in season. Eat organic) do it. Be easy on your wallet. There are so many varieties you can choose on every season. Have little little and make a good and healthy choice always. Have light foods season wise which will keep your stomach happy and will give you good look.


9. De- Hydrated foods

Dehydrating is the world’s oldest form of food preservation, it requires no preservatives, and it yields great tasting food with months of shelf life. So why isn’t it more popular? The simple truth is, food dehydrators aren’t a mainstream kitchen appliance, so many people are not familiar with how and why they would use a dehydrator. But, there are many good reasons to add food dehydration to your DIY skill set.


10. Eat timely

Healthy eating and timely eating habit prevents the risk of diabetics. When you eat meals at different times rather than on a regular schedule, your body goes into stress mode. For example, when you eat breakfast at 7 a.m. one morning and 11 a.m. the next, your body becomes confused about where its next meal is coming from. This causes the secretion of the stress hormone cortisol. High levels of cortisol lead to spikes in insulin, which causes inflammation and can increase the risk of many cancers.


11. Eat right post workout

11. Eat right post workout: You need quality carbs, lean protein, heart-healthy fats, and fluids. Your muscles rely on carbohydrate foods like breads, cereals, pasta, rice, fruits, and vegetables for quick energy. You need protein for your muscles and for your blood cells, which bring nutrients and oxygen to your muscles.


12. Eat one less bite

If you are having problems with overeating, make it a goal to start eating just one bite less than you normally would. Put it to the test for one meal each day. Once you are comfortable doing it for one meal, then you can work up to doing it for another meal, then another. Like building up muscles in the natural, you can do this to start building your self-control muscles.


13. Avoid Salt

Diets high in sodium increase blood pressure levels. Use fresh, rather than packaged, meats. Fresh cuts of beef, chicken or pork contain natural sodium, but the content is still much less than the hidden extra sodium added during processing in products like bacon or ham. Select spices or seasonings that do not list sodium on their labels, i.e. choose garlic powder over garlic salt.


14. Eat little spicy

Healthy Heart. Capsaicin, the active ingredient found in jalapenos, cayenne pepper and red chili peppers, may lower bad cholesterol, thus improving heart function. Research shows hot chili peppers actually protect the stomach lining and may prevent the gastric damage associated with anti-inflammatory painkillers.


15. Be a soupy

Eat healthy spoups for a healthy diet. Perhaps the easiest way to add vegetables to your daily meals is to make and eat soup. You can make several bowls of soup filled with fruits and veggies each day and you’ll be filled. Eating vegetables is part of a healthy diet so veggie soups are highly recommended.


16. Reduce Sugar

If you reduce the amount of sugar you eat, you may have more energy, lose weight or stay at a healthy weight more easily, see your triglycerides drop, have fewer dental cavities and even look younger. Have honey instead of having any sugar related things.