Somatotype is a taxonomy developed in the 1940s by American psychologist William Herbert Sheldon to categorize the human physique according to the relative contribution of three fundamental elements which he termed ‘somatotypes’, classified by him as ‘ectomorphic’, ‘mesomorphic’ and ‘endomorphic’.
Who else loves Kimchi?! Raise your hands! Not the half hearted Kimchi you get in most restaurants, this was quite close to the ones I ate in some lovely Korean restaurants all over the world. Super easy that can be made home. Ingredients 1 medium head napa cabbage (I used regular local Indian cabbage) 1/4 cup iodine-free sea…Continue reading “Kimchi”
What does this have to do with exercise? “Stressing the heart can worsen heart inflammation — and such stress occurs with exercise,” says Richard Wright, MD, a cardiologist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, California (unaffiliated with the study). “Covid-19 victims should be rigorously tested to ensure their heart is normal prior toContinue reading “EXERCISING WITH COVID-19 COULD WORSEN ITS LONG-TERM EFFECTS”