You must have heard about the “low carb”
hype being discussed around you all the time. There is a
small portion of the trend that is actually sensible and the
rest is bunk. We do not have a very clear idea of what types
of carbs are there and what they do once they get into our
bodies. Some people are totally avoiding carbs whereas
others are simply eating too much of high carbohydrate
containing foods combined with very little or no exercise,
which simply makes them fat. This lack of knowledge is
causing people to fail their dieting regiments and end up
gaining more weight than they had before their diet.
He lives up to his
first name and has fearlessly followed instincts instead of
following trends. Abhay Deol has broken the mould of a
typical Bollywood lead man by shattering conventions. Much
like every character he plays, he has triumphed. Yet he
affirms that he does what he is passionate about and doesn’t
necessarily want to be a trendsetter. Being heralded as the
trailblazer of new age Indian cinema, Deol has made his mark
with films like
he has appeared in Dev Benegal’s
premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival
and is yet to release internationally.Read More
BOLLYWOOD Fitness Revolution
Over a decade ago, the likes of Madhuri Dixit, Karisma Kapoor and Kajol
reigned at the box office. The actresses, each unique
in their acting styles, were not only talented but also
relatable in many ways especially when it came to the matter
of body weight.
During the nineties, these actresses were
of a normal healthy weight.
Madhuri Dixit fans admired her bulky torso, need we remind you of one
versus Kajol’s boyish frame ala Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and finally Karisma’s
sexy but gangly slenderness.
And while they weren’t considered
they were definitely standard in size, well nourished and
such weights were attainable. But that was then. Post the
new millennium, a new phenomenon took over Bollywood; one
that saw the introduction of a new fitter Bollywood.
Among the migrant
communities in the United States, both documented and
undocumented, the most awaited news remains to be the
passing of some Immigration Reform.
has been long awaited, from the previous administration to
the current one, there seems to have been a continuous wait
on this particular issue, I just hope that the wait ends in
the New Year 2010. By the way … Happy New Year to all of
you! Whether this wait for immigration reform will come to
an end in year 2010 is hard to say, but yes there are
brighter chances of passing of the immigration reform bill
than there were before.