February – Theme Post

Love. That’s the theme for this month of Feb, for all the blog posts here at Health Initiatives.

Yes, I’m still into being a food coach and I still enjoy helping Indian women around the world with weight loss and cravings.

So what’s love gotta do with it, did you say? One word A to your Q is – everything. Yes, e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g.

We’re going to discuss about the only love relationship that there really is – the one you have with yourself. Since every other love relationship is only a reflection of this, we’ll discuss some facets of self-love. And I’m going to especially show you how, eating healthy and making the right food choices – in the face of your cravings – is a direct statement of love that you have for yourself.

You’ll see these posts posted here and on the health-initiatives.me website, on every Wednesday or Thursday-depending upon where in the world you are. You’ll get a lot of value in terms of precious actionable steps to take to deal with your food cravings, eat healthy and lose weight – so be sure to visit here or the website to read and engage with the posts.

However, if you want even MORE VALUE, you must absolutely sign up for my newsletter.


And here’s why:

At the end of every month I do a summary post EXCLUSIVELY for women who are signed up for my email newsletters. They learn the strategies to cope with cravings, get book recommendations, tips and tricks to stay on a healthy eating plan, and so much more that I don’t share anywhere else. It’s COMPLETELY FOR FREE too. There’s no pressure for you to stay signed if you don’t find it useful – I’d also only want readers that are excited to read and apply the stuff I teach – so you can opt out anytime you want.

The Feb month blog is going to be slightly different in the sense, there will be no ‘Ask G’ type of posts! I’ll turn tables on myself and give you a peek into ‘How G learnt’ kinda situations 😁

Truth be said, there’s no place better than a hospital setting to learn some self-love. For years and years, I was in situations where I’d have 9-12 hour work days that gave us no time to eat! And by the time we got ourselves to the cafeteria samosas, ketchup and chai for the North Indian palate vada, chutney and coffee for the Southies was all there would be available! 🤔?? Yes, hospital cafeterias do see this as food fit for their staff and do sell it to anyone that wants to eat there. Including patients! And if I dared to leave the patients waiting and sneak out to eat, there was bakery 10 minutes away that had veggie puff (a savory pastry) and cakes!

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