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Your Diet and Your Everyday Life by Rubina Ratnakar

Lifestyle Thu, 13 Feb 2020 08:26:14 +0000

Nutrition is one of the important life processes our body carries out. Diet and physical activity together determine your health quotient. Rubina Ratnakar emphasizes on the effects of diet on our everyday life in this blog.

Your eating habits and your daily routine are closely related. Your diet will determine your caliber. It influences the amount of work your body will be able to do, how much fatigue you will face and how actively you do your daily tasks. Diet along with physical activity will work towards your health. A healthy person does not catch diseases easily. It reduced the risk of heart diseases, cancer, and many other diseases that are common these days.

A balanced diet with everything in the right proportion is what we all know is the necessity of our life. But do we actually follow it? The majority of us, don’t. The reason behind that is our busy routine and more attraction towards the fast food. Some of us don’t even take three meals a day because of being too much indulged in our work. The direct outcome of which is bad health. Deficiency of vitamins, minerals, insulin, thyroid, etc. occurs when we do not get all the required nutrients. All this will ultimately lead to fatigue, loss of appetite, and inability to do work.

To avoid this, a balanced diet should be followed.

Start your day with a glass of water. Drink 5-6 glasses of water every day to stay hydrated. Drinking a lot of water burns a lot of calories also.

We know that in today’s busy life we are not able to take all our meals on time. We can start with a light breakfast with tea or coffee before leaving for work. Eat some fruits or snacks at brunch. Do not skip meals, have lunch afterward. Have some snacks in the evening and a heavy dinner at the end of the day. Check out what constitutes a balanced diet ‘here‘.

Make sure your diet contains all the nutrients in the right amount. Our mental health depends on our physical health because we get upset if not well physically and are not able to do our work properly.

Rubina Ratnakar believes your diet and lifestyle are strong determinants of your health and caliber to do work. Rubina Ratnakar writes about ‘Building up self-confidence‘ in her next blog. For some great skincare advice, do read our blog on ‘Clay as a cosmetic‘.

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