Pregnancy should be a positive experience, but many women can find it unsettling due to increased hormone levels, physical changes and external pressures.
Yoga has always been a way to rejuvenate and reenergise our body, and now, through this book, you can discover how Yoga during pregnancy can be an invaluable tool too, not only as a form of exercise but as way of learning to accept change, and maintain a positive outlook. It can also minimise common symptoms like morning sickness and constipation, ease labour and delivery, and help restore the body after childbirth.
Pregnancy Yoga offers a positive method of exercise, and will guide you through your pregnancy and prepare your body and mind for your new arrival.
Packed with illustrations, guidelines and easy-to-follow instructions, Pregnancy Yoga can become your go-to book during pregnancy.
Pregnancy Yoga; Samantha Magee, Bloomsbury Sport, Rs. 799.
Ishi Khosla’s new book deals with weight loss, Indian style. In The Diet Doctor, Khosla tells you what to eat and how much to eat to lose exactly the amount of weight you want.
Using scientific methods and avoiding unhealthy crash diet plans, Khosla tackles weight loss in ways customised to suit the Indian body and lifestyle.
Khosla counsels her readers and takes them through personalised diet plans to learn why the Indian body type might have more trouble losing weight and how you need to tailor your diet to deal with that.
The Diet Doctor plans your daily routine with the help of detailed meal plans for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. You can choose the exact quantity for your weight using the food group charts. The book also has creative and easy-to-make recipes to help you lose weight the tasty way.
The Diet Doctor: The Scientifically Proven Way to Lose Weight; Ishi Khosla, Penguin, Rs. 195.