Has it ever crossed your mind how some people gets frustrated so easily and give up when faced with a challenging task at work? And why some others given the same task – becomes persistent, keeps on trying until they managed to complete it? These scenarios are typical examples that portrays your beliefs. In other words, your mindset.
Writing down what you eat can be a hassle when you have to take into account all those macronutrients information. If you want to keep track of what you eat without the fuss of keeping a pen and paper with you wherever you go, you have come to the right place. With Naluri’s Food Journal, you no longer need to manually record your meals. Simply take a photo and upload it on your Food Journal.
Having a safe space to share your emotions, feelings and thoughts for the day can be comforting. Through our Naluri Thought Journal, you are able to share your joys and achievements as well as your worries and frustrations. With this, you are able to capture how your thought patterns work and identify the thinking traps that may act as a roadblock to achieving your health goals.
Did you know that many Malaysians perceive cost to be one of the barrier in achieving a healthy lifestyle (Sharkawi, Mohamed & Rezai, 2014)? Many of us think that it is expensive and time-consuming to be healthy, be it in diet or exercise.
It’s no secret – Being physically fit leads to better health.
Yet, most of us still struggle to find an exercise and fitness routine that we can maintain continuously. (more…)
Most people still do not actively engage in healthy behaviour even though we know clearly from science that health promoting behaviour (physical activity, eating a healthy diet, not smoking, drinking alcohol in moderation) leads to a 11–14 year delay in all-cause mortality (1,2). For example, losing weight and getting fit is the most commonly broken New Year’s resolution – approximately 50% drop out by 6 months, and potentially up to 90%+ by 12 months. (more…)
Have you ever felt the need to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life? Planning a quick getaway so you can just relax and rewind? Well, fret not. Spending time in the midst of lush greenery, the fresh air and the subtle sound of nature may help you do just that. There have been many findings and studies that have proven the positive effects of spending time in nature towards one’s physiological and psychological state. Nature can offer an abundance of benefits if you’re looking for a way to de-stress and replenish your mind and body. Among those identified are: (more…)