Indian Doctors Settled In Abroad Raising The Gorgeousness Quotient

Blog By mariam  |  09-09-18

Superwomen who are great doctors and have the Stunning looks!

Asha Ayyagari Adams

Asha Ayyagari Adams

Asha is a physician and gives a happy vibes and brings good health into her patients simply by the way of her presence. She is also a yoga teacher and tennis admirer.


Parul Cial

Parul Cial

Stunning beauty is a radiologist and have an MD in the field. Her Instagram account is filled with beautiful pictures. Her posts are based on beauty and wellness apart from medicine.


Natasha Gambhir

Natasha is a fashion enthusiast. She is also an advocate of open interactions around mental health.


Poonam Desai

Gorgeous lady is a emergency medical doctor but she is also passionate about dancing and wellness. Not just that, she is also an assistant professor of medicine and has passion for the academics alive and kicking.

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Intermittently Fasting since 2001! If you know me, you know how much of a believer I am of eating at the right times! . . . Why? It just make me and my body feel better! I feel healthier and much more energized.! . . What is intermittent fasting? It is a pattern of eating, it is NOT a diet. Intermittent fasting is not about what you eat but WHEN you eat it.. . . What does intermittent fasting look like for me? . The best time for me to fast is when I am sleeping. Yes, when I am sleeping. Eat dinner around 6-8pm. Fast until about 2pm the next day. Here is my intermittent fasting schedule:. . . 6-8am: wake up and have my black coffee! No milk and no sugar! Then drink tons of water. Black coffee and tea with no additives (this means no milk/no sugar). . 1-5pm: eat something i am craving. listen to your body. If I want something sweet? ill have a mango, some berries, muffin, or chocolate. . . 6-9pm: I will eat my second meal. This will be again whatever I am craving. I usually try to make my main meal salad or vegetables. If I want pasta, I will get pasta. If i want pizza, I will eat pizza. I just probably wont eat the entire plate of pasta or the entire pie of pizza, I usually try to do portion control. . Then off to bed to fast again!. . . I intermittently fast about 5-6 days a week. . . Start with 12 hours of fasting, once or twice a week! . . . 📷 @riverflowsthroughit . #intermittentfasting #fasting #eatinghealthy #wellness #medicine

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Smita Malhotra

She is a pediatrician by degree and active contributor on Washington Post as well as HuffPost. She shares her views on her Instagram account too.

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FOUR SELF CARE TIPS FOR BUSY PARENTS ___ Before I had kids I was awesome at taking care of myself. I slept well, I ate well and I exercised. After I had kids, I bought into the misconception that putting my kids first meant that I had to put myself LAST. And both my kids and I suffered for it. ___ I now realize that taking care of MYSELF is also putting my kids FIRST. Because what my kids need most is a mother who is healthy-both physically and emotionally. ___ So here are are my four game changers for self care as a parent ___ 1) PRIORITIZE SLEEP: my younger daughter is almost 18 months and due to some health issues that she is dealing with, she still does not sleep fully through the night! As a parent, 18 months of not having a full night of sleep is COMPLETELY draining. But even when I did get a chance to nap during the day, I was so consumed with all the things that I needed to do that I put sleep LAST on my list. It was only when I was completely depleted that I began to PRIORITIZE sleep. I never realized how truly RESTORATIVE it is until I found myself sorely lacking it. ___ 2) TIME > MONEY: This week, for the first time I got my groceries delivered through @instacart. And GUYS, it changed my life! It’s such a relief not to have to take two kids to the grocery store. I used to feel guilty for paying for things that I felt that I could do myself...like cleaning my house. But once I let go of that control and allowed others to help me, I realized that I had more TIME to be present for my family. And that is completely worth it! ___ 3) HAVE A SPACE THAT IS JUST FOR YOU: Let’s face it. Kids take over your ENTIRE house. Their stuff ends up everywhere! But keeping my room free of kid stuff is vital for maintaining my sanity. Having a space that is JUST for me helps me to RESET when I need it. ___ 4) BALANCE IS BETTER THAN PERFECTION: I’m a perfectionist at heart. And as a parent, I had to really learn to let go of my perfectionist tendencies. I had to learn that sometimes it’s OKAY for the house to not always be clean if it means that I get to be PRESENT for my kids. ____ So how do YOU take care of yourself as a parent? Do you have any tips? Please share 😊

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I’m a bit late to the party but I was tagged by my friend @healthymamadoc to participate in @medelita_gram #Showmeyourspecialty campaign so here we go! ___ I’m a medical doctor who chose pediatrics because: __ 1️⃣ Children bring out the most joyous, care free and silly side of me that lives in the moment. Why wouldn’t I want to be around them all day? 😋 ___ 2️⃣ A large component of adult illnesses can be the result of things we can prevent in childhood. So if I can help children to not only take care of their own BODIES through proper nutrition and exercise but also to care for their SPIRIT through interventions such as mindfulness and yoga—-I can help to play a part in a child’s health for a LIFETIME ____ 3️⃣ I love being an educator and working with the next generations of students and residents. Caring about the growth of others-in many ways-helps me to grow myself as well. ___ 4️⃣ I love helping to support parents on their parenting journey. It’s the most important job we have ❤️❤️ ___ I challenge @everydayadventurefam and @pelvicpaindoc to #showmeyourspecialty and tag @medelita_gram __ 📸 by @healthymamadoc Direction and posing by @imuneekee 😊

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