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This has been the reason for some people's misfortune which they don't want to admit. Stepping out of your comfort zone is akin to embarking on a thrilling adventure where the destination is uncertain, but the rewards are boundless. It’s a journey of self-discovery, growth, and empowerment. Stay out of your comfort zone!
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Jennifer’s Introduction
Hey everyone, I'm Jennifer Axon, a yoga enthusiast based in South Africa. Yoga has been a huge part of my life for years, and I'm always eager to learn and grow in my practice. Being part of a community that values South Asian traditions alongside modern wellness practices is incredibly exciting for me. I can't wait to share insights and connect with all of you!
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New comment Apr 11
These are the BEST Protein Foods
Here are some of the best Indian foods for protein along with their approximate macronutrient composition per 100 grams: 1. Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese): - Protein: 18 grams - Fat: 20 grams - Carbohydrates: 4 grams - Calories: 265 kcal 2. Chicken Breast (Grilled or Roasted): - Protein: 31 grams - Fat: 3.6 grams - Carbohydrates: 0 grams - Calories: 165 kcal 3. Fish (Salmon or Tuna): - Protein: 25-30 grams (varies based on type and cut) - Fat: 10-20 grams (varies based on type and cut) - Carbohydrates: 0 grams - Calories: 200-250 kcal (varies based on type and cut) 4. Eggs (Boiled or Poached): - Protein: 13 grams - Fat: 11 grams - Carbohydrates: 1 gram - Calories: 155 kcal 5. Chickpeas (Cooked): - Protein: 8 grams - Fat: 2 grams - Carbohydrates: 27 grams - Calories: 164 kcal 6. Lentils (Cooked): - Protein: 9 grams - Fat: 0.4 grams - Carbohydrates: 20 grams - Calories: 116 kcal 7. Greek Yogurt (Plain): - Protein: 10 grams - Fat: 0.4 grams - Carbohydrates: 3.6 grams - Calories: 59 kcal 8. Tofu (Soybean Paneer): - Protein: 8 grams - Fat: 4 grams - Carbohydrates: 2 grams - Calories: 76 kcal 9. Almonds (Raw): - Protein: 21 grams - Fat: 49 grams - Carbohydrates: 22 grams - Calories: 578 kcal 10. Soybeans (Cooked): - Protein: 17 grams - Fat: 9 grams - Carbohydrates: 9 grams - Calories: 173 kcal These foods are not only rich in protein but also provide various essential nutrients necessary for overall health and well-being. Incorporating a variety of these protein-rich Indian foods into your diet can help meet your daily protein requirements and support muscle growth, repair, and overall bodily functions.
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New comment Apr 10
Hey everyone,
I'm Melissa Rodriguez, and I'm thrilled to be part of this community! Originally from England, I've been deeply immersed in the world of yoga for years. While I absolutely love teaching and practicing yoga, I'm also eager to learn more about the business side of things. I believe there's so much potential to blend South Asian traditions with modern wellness practices, and I'm excited to explore that further. Looking forward to connecting with all of you!
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New comment Apr 10
Yoga Pose Question
I've been curious about the deeper meanings behind yoga poses, particularly the symbolism of the lotus position (Padmasana). Besides its physical benefits, I'm interested in understanding the spiritual significance of sitting in lotus pose during meditation. Any insights or teachings you can share?
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New comment Apr 10
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We mix South Asian Culture with modern fitness to fix:
- Suffocating back/shoulder/knee pain
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- Poor dieting
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