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The lockdown and other restrictions due to the rising cases can lead to a lot of stress. But, we have to stand united and do what we need to do. Foremost, we need to ensure our own bodies don’t fall prey to the effects of restricted movements. It’s important to keep the muscles and joints flexible & agile while tending to our immunity. So, this morning, I decided to make the routine a little tougher for myself. I chose to do the Gatyatmak Utthita Padahastasana, leading to Naukasana. This flow helps build core strength, stretches the hamstring, tones the abs muscles, and strengthens the muscles of the arms, shoulders, & thighs. Do try this flow, but remember to only stretch as much as your body permits. Don’t force anything. Stay safe, maintain social distance, and please mask up when you step out (if you have to).
In a continued effort to help revitalize and advance care to communities and small businesses recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, Hyatt Hotels Loves Local initiative is collaborating with more minority-owned and female-owned businesses and delivering reimagined experiences inspired by the new travel landscape. In turn, Hyatt Loves Local connects those in need directly with Hyatt guests and locals through distinctly local offerings, including well-being, arts and entertainment, “voluntourism,” traveling with pets, and culinary experiences.
This all follows the success of the 2020 community-driven initiative, which provides complimentary resources and exposure to select local businesses that have struggled during the pandemic. Hyatt’s Amy Weinberg SVP of Global Brands, Loyalty & Insights at Hyatt tells us all about it.
It’s been a year since the pandemic struck, and although we’re starting to see a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel, the work to support California is far from over, especially for the 27% of children under 18 that are food insecure. That’s more than 2.2 million California kids facing hunger.
To help, the California Milk Processor Board, creators of ‘Got Milk?’ and ‘Toma Leche,' and famous friends Simu Liu and Karla Souza have partnered with Share our Strength's No Kid Hungry to help provide up to 1 million meals to kids facing hunger through the launch of the #StayStrongTogether challenge on Instagram and Twitter.\
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Sadhguru talks about 4 simple Yogic practices that can help us improve our immunity and oxygen levels, and also to remain balanced and joyful during these challenging times.
4 Beneficial Yogic Practices During the COVID Pandemic – Sadhguru
Yogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times.
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There have been a lot of new words added to our vocabulary this past year. "Maskne” otherwise known as acne occurring on your face due to wearing a face covering to protect from COVID-19, is one of them. So how do we fight the dreaded condition wreaking havoc on our skin?
What mask is best?
100% cotton is the best to let skin breathe while still protecting you.
Watch the fit
Make sure your mask is snug, but not too tight.
Wash your face before AND after putting on a mask
If you are going to be wearing a mask for an extended period of time like at work or during a workout, make sure to wash your face before and afterwards. Cleansing your face of dirt and oil beforehand will make it less likely for acne to develop while you wear your mask.
Don’t dry out your skin
Dry skin can become aggravated quicker and cause redness. Make sure to be applying a non- comedogenic moisturizer which can keep your skin hydrated to act as a barrier between your face and the mask, decreasing irritation.
Wear only clean masks
Always put on a clean face mask. Wash your face masks regularly and use fragrance-free laundry detergent to avoid irritation.
Besides beautiful flowers and delicious veggies – the benefits of gardening extend to your health. In honor of National Gardening Day on April 14, here are some of them.
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Walking is something simple you can do to improve your health. In honor of National Walking Day, on April 7th, here are the ways taking a stroll can benefit you, from burning calories to living longer.
Walking can burn around 13.2 calories per minute.
Maintain Heart Health
By walking for around 30 minutes or more a day you lower the risk of heart disease and stroke by 35% percent.
Better than a Cup of Coffee
Research shows walking for more than 20 minutes helps people feel more energized.
Slash your risk of Type 2 diabetes by 40% by walking for just a half hour a day.
Boost endorphins, the “feel‐good” chemicals in the brain by walking daily.
People who walk fast can add, on average, up to 15 to 20 years to their lives.
It’s National Vitamin C Day and though we all know it’s important to get enough of the organic molecule it’s maybe more beneficial than you think. But, unlike other vitamins, your body can’t produce vitamin C on its own so it’s important you make sure to get it elsewhere. Here are some of the healthy reasons why.
Studies found that consuming more vitamin C can increase your blood antioxidant levels by up to 30%. As an antioxidant, vitamin C provides protection against oxidative stress-induced cellular damage linked to diseases such as cancer.
Analysis of 13 studies found that taking a vitamin C supplement over 30 days significantly reduced blood uric acid which helps protect against gout arthritis.
Vitamin C has been shown to enhance iron absorption. Eating it along with sources of iron such as dark leafy greens, melons and strawberries can help raise levels.
Promotes Healthy Skin
Vitamin C is crucial in the body’s process of producing collagen which can help heal wounds and keep skin’s strength and elasticity making it appear more youthful.
How much should I get?
The recommended daily intake for vitamin C is 75 mg for women and 90 mg for men. It is recommended you get it through food but you can also take it as a supplement.
What foods are good sources of vitamin C?
Citrus fruits such as oranges, strawberries, kiwis, guava, black currants, thyme, parsley, kale, green chili peppers, sweet yellow peppers, broccoli, brussels sprouts and potatoes are all good sources of the vitamin.
Spring is here so how do you step up your game when it comes to this season’s hair color trends? We joined professional stylist and celebrity consultant for Sally Beauty, Gregory Patterson yesterday at Sally Beauty in NYC to bring you the best tips and techniques on how to prep, pick the right shade, and the right products to achieve your desired look at-home, no matter what base you are starting with.