03012019-LSTL-01.qxd 1/2/2019 7:51 PM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE Single status Well-known singer Ariana Grande says she is single, but not ready to mingle. Instead of spending time in dating, the singer has a few other things on her agenda. IANS LUDHIANA | THURSDAY | 3 JANUARY 2019 Well, he lth first Mona M ESONUTRIENTS to mindfulness, wellness sure scores high in 2019. The new-age has brought its own challenges. The resultant stress, which interferes with personal and professional lives, generates the need to further strengthen the wellness industry. The pro-active Gen-Next is leaving no stone unturned and ensuring that healthy workout, good sleep and nutritious meals are the order of the day. From banning the blue light (phones, laptops, tablets) from bedrooms to keeping with the circadian rhythm, here’s what 2019 will see trend big time. Newer strategies of wellness are guiding the routine of Gen-Next. Here is checking the trends for 2019 #1BE MINDFUL One bane of modern life is 24X7 distractions. With the world at our palm, we are doing JUST AS BRUSHING AND several things BATHING ARE IRREVOCABLE simultaneously. No wonder our PART OF OUR DAILY ROUTINE, meals, sleep, work MEDITATION SHOULD BE FOR and relationships OUR INTERNAL CLEANSING are slipping away. AMANDEEP, Now, mindfulness is WELLNESS COACH one tool to let you be in the moment and give your all to the task at hand. Couple it with regular meditation, micro (vitamins, minerals) suggests wellness coach nutrients, 2019 will have Amandeep. “Just as brushing many people going a step and ensuring and bathing are irrevocable ahead part of our daily routine, ‘mesonutrients’ are an meditation should be for our essential part of their diet. internal cleansing. This will “Active compounds or antioxhelp wash-off the myriad idants inside food, which are impressions we are bom- very beneficial for us, are barded with each moment — called mesonutrients,” says killings, natural disasters, nutritionist Pallavi Jassal. So whether it is curcumin, accidents, rapes,” he says. found in turmeric, with # 2 MESONUTRIENTS RULE anti-inflammatory and antiIf lately one ensured a com- ageing properties, or safplete balance of macro (carbo- fronal, known for its antidehydrates, lipids, proteins) and pressant, libido-boosting ❝ Fitness comes at a cost Selena Gomez’s workout class costs $300 an hour If you want to focus on your fitness a la singer-actress Selena Gomez, it may cost you around $300 an hour! The star faced a roller-coaster journey with her health last year. After hospitalisations related to lupus and her kidney transplant, and treatment to help address issues related to anxiety and depression, the 26-year-old was back home by last month with a focus on ‘her physical and mental well-being’. “Selena’s back at her house and feeling good,” the source said. qualities in saffron – meso is gonna be a big hit! Not only are the healthconscious going for specific nutrition, where is it sourced from is big too! As is A2 milk — sourced from desi cows that offers multiple health benefits over A1 milk, which comes from cows like jersey. Compared to A1 that’s considered slow poison, A2 is hailed as miracle milk. Meeting the rising demand, Vita launched special A 2 milk lately! drink binges; this LIIT is sustainable and ensures proper recovery time. “Slowly, but surely, fitness freaks have realised that while transformations can be overnight, they are really tough to maintain,” shares personal trainer Kabir Grewal. While HIIT is sprinting, LIIT is walking — both give similar results, only the latter is time-consuming, but something that you can do over a long period of time. # 4 ANCIENT THERAPIES # 3 TRAIN WELL Weight-watchers looking for quick results have realised that HIIT is not something that can be sustained. Comes in Low Intensity Internal Training. Not the LIIT that knocks one off at While wellness clubs in the western world are fast springing up, the demand is being felt in this part of the world too. “The young IT clientele wants to address the stress, anxiety issues before they are hit hard. They are opting for ancient therapies like Ayurveda,” points out beauty and wellness consultant Richa Agarwal. Catching onto the global trend, soon you can book a semi-precious stones’ pedicure at any of the Cleopatra salons! # 5 FITNESS FURNITURE If fitness gizmos ruled 2018 and would continue to rein this year too; fitness furniture is growing big too. Stylish furniture that doubles up as workout equipment is the new thing that’s an offshoot of workouts moving from gyms to home and office spaces. A set of stools that you can use as dumbbells – multi-functional furniture is here to stay. So, are you ready for the fitness ride? firstname.lastname@example.org ❝ FITNESS FREAKS HAVE REALISED THAT WHILE TRANSFORMATION CAN BE OVERNIGHT, IT IS REALLY TOUGH TO MAINTAIN KABIR GREWAL, FITNESS TRAINER Hot Pilates Selena loves the ‘Hot Pilates’ class. “She loves that the heat truly cleanses her body and she has been feeling much better since going frequently,” the source said. The classes take place in 95-degree heated studios with music, where participants use light-weights and resistance bands among other workout tools. The heat detoxifies and releases stress, warms up muscles and helps with flexibility, the source noted. Gomez’s favourite movements are squats with the resistance band and high-interval jump squats. The Los Angeles private sessions are run by the owner for $300 an hour. However, private sessions for new clients are only available with the other instructors at $125 an hour. —IANS ‘MeToo far bigger than me’ BARBIE TO TURN 60 Barbie doll prototypes are displayed at a workshop in the Mattel design centre, El Segundo, California, as the iconic doll turns 60 this year. Blonde or brunette, slender or curvy, black or white, princess or president, Barbie is a forever favourite of young girls, even if she has caused controversy over the years. The iconic doll has evolved to keep up with the times — check out her Twitter feed. And despite fierce competition in the toy industry, 58 million Barbies are sold each year in more than 150 countries. AFP c m y b Actress Tanushree Dutta is rightly regarded as the founder of the “MeToo Movement” in India. When she spoke on her experience of being harassed 10 years ago, she opened up the floodgates for numerous other women from every walk of life to come forward with their stories. But now, Tanushree is done. She is all set to return to the US, and refuses to take credit for starting the “MeToo Movement” in India. “The media is just making a heroine out of an ordinary person’s organic journey. I was not the doer, but just a conduit and a vessel through which some change or awareness had to come about in society,” she said. Routine life Not that she is distancing herself completely from the movement. “In a way, I needed retribution too from the incident that pushed me back several years in my professional life.” But now it’s time for her to return to routine life in the US. “I live there now. I was anyways supposed to go back eventually. This became a very long holiday by default and I’ll be back again. But I’m going to miss it though, my family and everything else here,” Tanushree said. She is sure the “MeToo Movement” will go on in India regardless of her presence. “Nothing should be dependent on me because when things are dependent on the initiative by a single individual, they get bound and don’t flourish freely in its own time,” the actress said. —IANS TANUSHREE DUTTA
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