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10 July 2009

Poor Appetite in Modern Youngsters

© Harish Jharia

Prolonged multiple sitting on computer is the worst habit we pickup while using the worlds greatest-ever discovery ‘The Computer’. Moreover 'chatting' is another disastrous habit we pickup, out of online friendships and uncontrolled desire to shed-off most of your anxiety over the virtual electronic world. We become inactive and lazy; we do not exert at all and just wait for others to help us out with our necessities.

For having a more healthy life, you should limit your idling time. Take-up as many household chores as possible from your mother and assist your father in selected departments of your daily life. Do not remain to be guest or a paying-guest to your parents. Realize that it is your home and not a hostel.


Look like a youngster… a girl / boy out of your activities… and keep running around all the time… rather than crawling like a slow and lazy person…
If you keep yourself physically active… your body will release vital hormones required for your proper growth, health and luster of your skin… ie skin tone… and adequate appetite for food… out of physical activities and cardiovascular exertions. For gaining optimum health you need 30-40min exercise / walking / jogging daily… and religiously.

Do not put yourself on controlled diet… unless you are obese. Take 3 to 4 times rich diets… Normal Indian food is adequately rich for youngsters. Just add lots of salads, and fruits including seasonal fruits to your diet… fruits and salads are necessary for your cosmetic health… like skin tone, adequate moisture in your muscles and skin, healthy eyes and hair.

Just do not depend on your own rigid concepts of life. Let your parents also add-on to your philosophy about life.

Be serious towards yourself…


This article is written based on my personal observations. My intention for publishing the same is to provide healthy reading and intellectual entertainment and not for educating the visitors. No literature or authentic books have been referred for writing the contents of this article. The visitors are advised not to refer the contents of this article for any research or testimony on scientific, geographical, political, civic or legal purposes. The visitors are further advised to consult relevant experts before adapting any information from this article. The author or the web site are not responsible for any errors, mistakes, or omissions there in.

- Harish Jharia

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