Benefits of Tailor Made Tour Package in Kolkata

Most of us plan one or two vacations every year. The trend of international vacations has even more risen in the recent era. Quite naturally, criticalities of an overseas vacation are much elevated when compared to domestic travels. Nevertheless, you need to consider all essential aspects while you travel, no matter whether inside the country or abroad.

Among so many factors that are considered crucial while planning a holiday trip, money is most important. Most of the holiday destinations have separate demands and rates on pick seasons that attract more travelers from across the country. If you want to travel in any pick season, it is always wise to plan well in advance.

An advance planning offers an advantage of arranging all required aspects for making a vacation perfect. For example, if you have not your hotels booked at the travel destinations, you might find it difficult when reaching the spot. May be you get one after so much of searching, but the tariffs may raise your eyebrows quite easily. Considering all these factors, the comprehensive travel packages make the ideal option for anyone, who looks for safe and secured holidays. Whether you travel with your family or friends, the tour packages are efficient enough to offer you hazardless holidays at any time of the year.

If you have not traveled with package tours before, you must not be acquainted with the great advantages of the same. Here are few of the advantages that you must enjoy while traveling with package tours.

  1. Offers cost saving tours: Suppose, you are planning a trip to Jammu & Kashmir this summer. To accomplish this successfully, you need to book hotels in some popular tourist destinations like Srinagar, Pahelgaon, Sonmarg, Gulmarg, Patnitop, and Katra for Vaishno Devi. Is it possible for you to book hotels on your own at all these locations? In addition, you will have to arrange transfers and sightseeing tours too. If you try doing this alone, you might end up paying a very high cost that would easily cross your budget. Going with a package tour prevents this unnecessary spending. Most of the holiday makers have tie ups with hotels and resorts at the holiday destinations. Hence, they could always ensure the best rates for you throughout all the seasons.
  2. Ensures worry-free journey: You need to arrange for all necessary staffs when traveling alone. From hotel booking to checking accommodation, and arranging train or air tickets, everything needs to be done within a fixed time. You can get rid of all these worries when choosing a holidaymaker. A tour operator will ensure all such works on your behalf without involving your valuable time and energy.
  3. Tailor made tour packages: Most people prefer package tours for tailor made tour package in Kolkata. Hurricane tours are made easy best when traveling along with such a reliable package tour company. They make a vacation a complete one. From foods to sightseeing, everything can be the way you like. You can cut short your travel destinations, or add one some more points according to your likings. Moreover, you do not have to take responsibility of anything such as domestic air ticketing in Kolkata, or international ticketing for foreign vacations.
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Low carb Paleo diet burns fat fast for weight loss, says ‘Eat the Yolks’ author

If you’ve banned high fat foods such as egg yolks, butter and beef from your diet and can’t lose weight, a nutritional therapy practitioner (NTP) says she knows the reason: You’re missing out on the fat-burning benefits of healthy fats. In an exclusive interview on Feb. 25, we talked with Liz Wolfe, NTP, about what she’s discovered when it comes to permanent weight loss and health.

Why the epidemic of obesity in our nation? Liz links it to “decades of the Standard American Diet, which leads to hormonal imbalance and out-of-control hunger.”

She’s convinced that our tendency to avoid fat is a large part of the problem. Our hormones need fats such as butter, beef and eggs, says Liz. And her new book’s title sums up her philosophy: “Eat the Yolks: Discover Paleo, fight food lies, and reclaim your health” (click for details).

Modern science proves that we need both fat and cholesterol, and “fat and cholesterol from ethically raised animal products, along with the fat-soluble vitamins that come with them, are vital to our health,” Liz told us.

And when it comes to the ideal diet for weight loss and health, Liz is a Paleo plan proponent. However, she does modify the traditional Paleo approach slightly by adding certain types of dairy.

“Paleo opens the door to a world of nourishing, delicious, appetite-regulating foods that many of us eliminated out of fear or simply forgot as a result of our standard diet rut,” she explains.

In contrast, “the standard American diet is based on restricting calories, restricting fat, eliminating fats and cholesterol from properly raised animals, and ignoring real food in favor of the profitable, nutrient-poor products we’re sold as if a so-called “whole grain” with a long ingredients label was somehow a true health food.”

Liz offers this insight on the benefits of whole grains: “That’s propaganda, pure and simple.”

So what really works for weight loss? To become what Liz calls an “efficient fat-burner,” dish up “healthy fats and cholesterol, properly-raised animals and the fat-soluble vitamins that come with them, and whole vegetables and fruits of all kinds. ”

A typical day in Liz’s own “Eat the Yolks” diet includes:

A ginger-lemon tea or glass of beet kvass.
Breakfast is eggs from our free-range flock, over sweet potato or taro root with a dollop of goat cheese or butter from grass-fed cows.
Lunch is quick: wild-caught sardines straight from the can – a fantastic, budget-conscious, low-food-chain source of Omega 3, calcium and protein – with leftover sautéed rainbow chard and other veggies, like roasted carrots or beets left over from dinner the night before.
Dinner might be soup or stew, made with homemade broth in the pressure cooker (another time-saver), or tomato sauce with ground beef over spaghetti squash, a favorite ten-minute meal.

For those who are vegetarians, Liz suggests modifying the traditional approach by incorporating “the right types of dairy products, eggs, and bivalve seafood like oysters.”

Liz feels that “eliminating processed grain products and packaged foods is 95% of the battle for most of us; from there, it’s simply tweaking to achieve our goals while paying close attention to how we feel.”

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From memoirs to self-help guides, learn about anorexia and bulimia resources

An estimated 10 million women and one million men in the United States suffer from an eating disorder, according to the Eating Disorder Foundation. If you’re seeking help for yourself or someone you care about, talk with an expert.

In addition, we recommend the following books and DVDs:

  • “Letting Ana Go” tells the story of a girl who seems to have it all. But as she struggles with meeting expectations, she turns to controlling food as a way to take charge of her life. Weight loss comes to mean success, all documented in a moving diary that reveals the toll and tragedy of eating disorders. Learn more about “Letting Ana Go”
  • “Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia (P.S.)” is a fascinating memoir by best-selling author Marya Hornbacher. In it, she reveals how she first fight to lose weight – and then battled to recover. It’s a stark, insightful journey through the looking glass of eating disorders. Learn more about “Wasted: A Memoir”
  • What happens when a woman specializing in documentaries and photography explores life within an eating disorders treatment facility? The answer is “Thin,” an exploration into the lives of brave girls and women who revealed their stories in hopes of helping others. Included with their personal stories are essays on the sociology and science of eating disorders by renowned researchers Joan Jacobs Brumberg, Dr. David Herzog, and Dr. Michael Strober. Learn more about “Thin” by clicking here. Also recommended: HBO’s original documentary showcasing those patients: Get the details on the DVD
  • “You can never be too rich or too thin” has become a familiar saying. But Susan Sarandon proves why the “too thin” element can be deadly in the documentary “Dying to Be Thin”
  • Discover how to know if a “problem” might be an eating disorder by clicking here for “Almost Anorexic: Is My (or My Loved One’s) Relationship with Food a Problem? (The Almost Effect).”
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