Height can increase till 18 for female and 20 for male.
Obesity, not always of overeating
Yoga hails from Hinduism
As Sadguru says, “Yoga is Hindu just the way gravity is Christian. Just because the law of gravity was propounded by Isaac Newton, who lived in a Christian culture, does it make gravity Christian? Yoga is a technology. Anybody who is willing to make use of it can make use of it.”
Yoga Is Only for Women
There’s no doubt that yoga is more popular with women than men. However, this wasn’t always the case. In the records of time, yoga was traditionally practiced almost exclusively by men in ancient India. Regardless, yoga is not a gender-specific activity. Men and women alike can practice and benefit from a regular yoga practice.
You Have to Be Flexible and in Shape to Practice Yoga
Many potential yogis get scared off from yoga practice by images of very flexible or fit yogis gracing the covers of magazines or website articles. But it’s true that yoga poses can build strength, flexibility, and balance, you can practice yoga without having those skills or attributes and still receive all the wonderful mind and body benefits. Yoga is for every body, no matter what body you bring to the practice. Tall or short, thick or thin, young or old, yoga is meant to adapt to you, not the other way around.
Yoga Is Too Easy
Yoga is not easy,it needs more concentration & hard effort.After practicing YOGA you will get control of Mind,Body,Emotions,Senses,Breathing,Environment.
Eating Fatty Food Makes You Fat
Eating fatty foods does not make you fat. Fat in moderation is a necessary part of any healthy and balanced diet. Putting on more weight in the form of fat is a result of energy imbalance. You will gain weight if you take in more calories than you burn. Fat is a concentrated source of calories, but it is not necessary to eliminate fat from your diet completely.
Eating Carbs Makes You Fat
While it is becoming more popular to blame carbohydrates as the cause of obesity. For carbs to make one fat, they would need to work in concert with a poor diet and lack of exercise which makes those latter two more readily blamed.
Glass of Water Per Day
No one really knows where the eight-glasses idea comes from. Some blame the bottled water industry but plenty of doctors and health organisations have also promoted it over the decades. The source might be a 1945 recommendation by the US National Research Council (NRC) that adults should consume 1 millilitre of water for each calorie of food, which adds up to about 2.5 litres per day for men and 2 litres for women.