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Intermittent Fasting: One Meal A Day or the 8-hour window?

The Prestige brings you the toughest rivalry of the weight-loss-world in 2019. The debate between 16/8 intermittent fasting and One-Meal-A-Day eating routine.

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Know Your Rights

The Prestige sat down with the team of I Know, Right. Which is an online blog by lawyers and law enthusiasts to protect you from all that is unjust. Read on to know their motive behind opening their page and how they aim to help the Bangladeshi society through their new platform.

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Co-Working Spaces in Dhaka to Fit Your Frenzy

As more and more buildings are mushrooming on Dhaka, it is becoming increasingly hard to find adequate office spaces. The phenomenon of shared work-places is taking our city by storm, and is also putting an end to all the hassle caused by having to search for suitable spaces that meet corporate needs. For your benefit, we have listed out four such innovative ventures that you might want to look into if you’re looking for an inexpensive, yet effective solution to your office hunting problem.

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How wrong were you about the richest countries of the world

Dollars, and Pounds? Wrong! Kroner, Euros and Swiss Francs are top of the food-chain today. If you think you had even a vague idea about the richest countries in the world? Think twice. The Prestige brings you a list of three countries with the highest G.D.P/per capita in the world right now. If you’re wondering what G.D.P/capita is, let’s just say it’s a measure of the amount of money an average citizen of the following countries make. * All figures are provided in years and dollars

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Munzarin Zaman: The World through Her Pink Colored Glasses

Tomboyish by nature, Munzarin Zaman never imagined that she would one day make a business out of roses. Munzarin attended the International School of Dhaka and later enrolled in the London School of Economics for her higher studies. While on holiday in Dhaka, during the 3rd year of her undergraduate program in the London School of Economics, Munzarin had a fall and subsequently slipped into a coma after suffering from a brain hemorrhage. It took her 5 days to regain consciousness once her family shifted her to Singapore.

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The Making of SoaperStar: Shehna Falila Mulk

Having spent the better part of her childhood bouncing between Dhaka and London, Shehna has had the opportunity to meet people from different walks of life and experience a multitude of cultures. Her understanding of the world and its ways has made her incredibly decisive. She has always had the knack of knowing exactly what she wants, and she has always been prepared to do whatever it takes to get what she wants. Her ability to single-mindedly focus on her goals has worked in her favor time and again – it got her into her dream college, it made her an accomplished solicitor, and it eventually led her to initiate a successful business, led by her passion.

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The Art of Bodybuilding: Ruslan Hossain

Let us introduce you to the man who is taking revolutionary steps in making Bangladesh fit. Celebrity fitness guru and the man behind arguably the best gym in town, Ruslan Hossain shares with us his story.

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Before You Dye

If the first ‘rebellious’ act in your 8-mile-long bucket list is to dye your hair some funky color of red or green as soon as you turn 18, then this article is for you. We know that deep down, every girl has wanted to dye their hair at least once in their lives. It’s a rite of passage.

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Zarin Rashid: Feeding You Healthy

Fitness Consultant, professional Golfer and Entrepreneur Zarin Rashid sits with the Prestige to discuss her brand new brainchild – Feed me. Feed Me is an all-day healthy kitchen, catering to all of Dhaka’s customized fitness and feel-good needs in a day.

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Royal Love-Lives: Of Princes, Duchesses, Kings and Queens

Let’s take a look into the personal lives of some of the most notable British monarchs in history – how they searched for true love in vain (because their suitors supposedly had more interest in the titles that came along with marrying into royalty than the monarch as a person) and how in the rare occasions in which they did manage to find someone they actually cared about, were restricted in their autonomy by royal traditions. Throughout the centuries, old traditions have slowly faded away to make room for new ones – and royal traditions and customs were no exception to this rule. The following text serves as an example of how the British monarchy has adapted to changing times.