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  1. Jose Joaquin de Olmedo airport. Photo: fileA Lebanese man has been stuck in immigration purgatory at an airport in Ecuador for 42 days after losing his passport and being returned there from Spain.Nizam Hussein Shalak, 56, who does not speak...
  2. The idea of losing those excess pounds in a couple of days is really fascinating. Everybody wants a quick solution in today's time. This has resulted in people choosing a crash diet over other nutritious diets for fat loss. While this may be a good move to see the needle moving on the scale but it may be a bad idea in the long run. Your body may go through various changes which are not good for your overall health and can deter your overall fitness as well. Here's an idea of the changes that your body goes through when you deprive it from the things that it needs in the first 30 days. Those Quick Numbers That You Lose Aren't Fat © YouTube Before you give me this baseless argument that crash diets are effective as they yield results in the first week itself, let me just make it clear that it's all water loss initially. Your body burns glycogen much before it starts burning fat as energy source. Glycogen is the break down product of carbohydrates stored in your liver and muscles when you have enough carbs. Every gram of glycogen has water attached to it. So the first thing that happens when you deprive your body from calories or carbs or both by going on a crash diet is that this water leaves the body. During a crash diet, this water loss is more rapid and results in dehydration as well. You may feel the symptoms in the form of fatigue and dizziness. You Start Losing Your Muscle © Pixabay When you cut 1000 calories or more suddenly, your body takes an aggressive approach. It burns down muscle protein for fuel. According to various researches, your body loses three times more muscle on a crash diet than you would if you took things gradually. With the crash diet, there are more chances that you will look like a person who is skinny fat and far away from being in shape. Metabolism Becomes Sluggish Like I told you above that you will be losing muscles if you go on a crash diet, this will also result in slowing down your metabolic rate. If you have more muscles, your body burns more number of calories while walking, talking or exercising. But once you lose muscles, you metabolic rate will go for a toss and you will burn much lesser calories than before. Your body will get into the 'survival mode' and will try to store as much calories as possible after losing initial weight loss. You Lose Your Strength Your strength is directly dependent on your muscles. So when you start crash dieting and your body loses muscles, you lose strength also. This is not just limited to the muscles strength but it weakens your immunity too. This makes your body weak from inside. When you don't provide enough nutrition to your body, it becomes weak from inside. You're Mentally Exhausted © YouTube Ever spoken to someone who has been on a crash diet for a while now? Try it. You'll see the frustration on their face; the frustration of not having enough food and starving yourself. People who barely take a thousand calorie in a crash diet can't even perform the daily chores of life with a happy mood. Your body needs fuel to move and work. If you'll deprive it from that fuel it will retaliate in various ways. Staying too much hungry increases your stress hormone corticosterone which makes your brain susceptible to stress. Not only does this make your day worse, it will also contribute to the binge eating pattern once you decide to come out of the crash diet. Anuj Tyagi is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Sports Nutritionist and Therapeutic Exercise Specialist From American Council on Exercise (ACE) . He is the Founder of the website where he provides online Training. Though a Chartered Accountant by education, he has been closely associated with Fitness Industry since 2006. His motto is to transform people Naturally and he believes that the secret formula for Fitness is Consistency and commitment towards your Training and Nutrition. You can connect with him through Facebook and Youtube.
  3. There are very few actors in Bollywood, who put their heart and soul into playing a character and nailing the role with near perfection. Paresh Rawal is one such name who can turn any role into an exceptional one with his Midas touch. While his portrayal of the eccentric yet lovable Baburao Ganpatrao Apte from 'Hera Pheri' will always be our favourite, it is his performance in an upcoming film that is creating quite a buzz at the moment. Rawal will be seen playing the legendary Sunil Dutt in 'Sanju'. Being called as one of the most awaited films of the year, Sanjay Dutt's biopic is a story that millions are waiting to watch with bated breath. The trailer has already left everyone impressed with Ranbir Kapoor's brilliant portrayal of Sanjay Dutt. Keeping the vibe alive, Rawal recently, shared a story related to the movie that has left an imprint on our minds. Well, maybe destiny did have plans for Rawal or maybe Dutt Sahab always wanted him to play his character, if such a moment ever came. Talking about what happened when he was offered the role, he said it was no less than a divine intervention. Playing Dutt Sahab's role is no walk in the park. The Bollywood great has a left a legacy behind and Rawal has huge shoes to fill. (C) Fox Star India Talking about the important moment, Rawal told a leading daily, “On May 25, 2005, I was shooting for a movie and I called up home to say that I will be late. And during the shooting, we got to know that Dutt Sahab (Sunil Dutt) has passed away, so I called up my wife and said I will come a bit late because Dutt Sahab has passed away and I am going to his house. She then told me that there is a letter for you from him (Sunil Dutt). I asked her what the letter was and she said it is for wishing you a happy birthday. I told her that my birthday is on May 30, which is five days away but she said the letter is for you and she even read it to me. I was so surprised. Why would Dutt Sahab send me a birthday letter five days before my birthday? And we have never exchanged any holiday greetings in the past – be it Diwali or Christmas – so why would he write to me?” (c) Fox Star India Stunned? So are we! But Sahab always had a way of amazing people. Rawal, who was also surprised at the time, further shared, “On January 3, 2017, I asked my wife to take out a couple of my documents as I was going to meet Rajkumar Hirani. I told her I will pick up those documents when I come back. When I was sitting with Rajkumar Hirani, my wife called me and said that along with the documents, that letter from Sunil Dutt Sahab was also there. She asked me what I wanted to do about it. And I was stunned as I was narrated the part of Sunil Dutt for the movie." (c) Twitter Some things and some moments are precious to us and we often preserve them in whatever way possible. Rawal did something similar. “See, usually you don't keep birthday cards for 12 years, you discard them. You forget about them, but that letter was there with all my important documents and it was again found on the same day Rajkumar Hirani narrated the 'Sanju' role to me. It is like a divine intervention. I showed that letter to Rajkumar Hirani later,” he added. (c) Fox Star India Not many know this but Rawal and Sunil Dutt have worked together in Rajkumar Kohli's 'Virodhi', even though they never shared any screen time together. After hearing this story, it feels like Rawal was meant to play this role and honestly, after getting a glimpse of his performance in the trailer, we couldn't agree more. (c) Fox Star India Directed by Rajkumar Hirani the movie also stars Sonam Kapoor, Dia Mirza, Vicky Kaushal, Manisha Koirala and Boman Irani and will hit the screens on June 29, 2018.
  4. Photo: File PESHAWAR: The Election Commission of Pakistan would now make a decision on the caretaker chief minister for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as the parliamentary committee constituted for the purpose could not finalise a name for the post. According...
  5. Supreme Court Lahore Registry. Photo: fileLAHORE: The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered accountability courts to decide within 10 days the pending references in a mega land scam case involving National Insurance Corporation Limited (NICL).The...
  6. Plans for a landmark summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un are moving "very nicely", US President Donald Trump said Sunday, as the South's leader said Kim told him the talks would be a historic opportunity to end decades of confrontation. Photo:...
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