Highlights of Prevention India magazine dated September 2015. A Heart-Healthy Celebration This September Prevention brings you an issue packed with advice to keep your ticker strong. Our heart-special edition brings together expert-backed recommendations on heart-healthy foods and habits; a low-down on all the latest research; and tales from 5 women, who have grappled with heart disease and come out stronger. It’s a Boy! Prevention is proud to present its first ever coverboy: Milind Soman. Fresh from his feat at one of the most challenging triathlons in the world (and still ruling the hearts of those who grew up in the 80s and 90s), he talks about what focus can do for the mind and soul, how being fit can be a spiritual experience, and why women need to take up sport and fitness. Go Fish! Packed with protein and omega-3 fatty acids, fish is bursting with heart-friendly goodness. We help you make the best of it with recipes that are as appeasing to the taste buds as they are good for your heart. Scale Down 100 Calories When it comes to cutting down on excess calories, it’s the small measures that strike it big. We present nutritionist-approved tweaks that can help you reduce your daily calorie intake, without compromising on nutrition. From finding hidden sugars and fats from seemingly healthy options to choosing snacks that are appetising and low-cal to what to order when you eat out—here are 15+ ways to help you stay healthy and trim off those extra kilos. Feel the Burn If you hit the gym every day and your weighing scale still shows the same number from a month before, blame your metabolism! Before you start fretting, know this: you can kick-start your metabolism by rejigging your training routine. We got Reebok Master Trainer David Jack to curate a circuit that will stoke your fat burn all-day long, and rev up your metabolism.
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