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10 Nutrition Facts to a Healthier Lifestyle


10 nutrition facts to a healthier lifestyle


Tip #1. One size doesn’t fit all

One of the most important nutrition tips is everyone is different, everyone’s health needs are different, digestion works differently, lifestyle is different. Therefore a single type of diet is not suitable for everyone. This is the reason why keto or intermittent fasting doesn’t help everyone when it comes to weight loss. In order to get the best result, one might need to consult with a dietitian who can provide individualized advice according to their requirements.

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Tip #2. Supplements are not meal replacements

Supplements refers to food that is meant to supplement the normal diet and not substitute it and are required when you are not able to fulfil the requirement through normal food either due to malabsorption of one or more nutrients or unavailability of high biological value nutrients, eg. deficiency of Vitamin B12 in vegetarians. They cannot qualify as meal replacements because of their inability to replicate all the nutrients and benefits of whole foods.


Tip #3. A single food to lose fat is not a part of healthy lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle is the key. It has never been just about what you are eating but also when and how much you are eating. There is no magic and shortcut to fat loss. The best way to lose fat is to follow a healthy diet routine, exercise regularly, drink enough water and reduce stress. So, if you think having green tea, detox water or avoiding carbs might help to lose fat, think again!


Tip #4. Foods labelled as ‘healthy’ are not always healthy

Choosing healthy food for yourself is necessary but something more important than that is knowing what is healthy. Healthy foods do          not come in packets, cans, or processed forms but are fresh, available locally and seasonally and are definitely NOT exotic.


Tip #5. Carbohydrates are not your enemy

This is also among the most important nutrition tips. Carbohydrates include rice, wheat, potato, fruits and vegetables and are the main source of energy for us. It is the food group which includes fibre that keeps us full for longer hours and contains many other essential nutrients. The key is to monitor the portion size and follow healthy eating habits and lifestyle.


Tip #6. Egg yolks are not unhealthy

Whole eggs are more nutritious than whites or yolks eaten individually. You may have heard about the effect of yolk on cholesterol or fat but it is not true. Yolk contains 185 mg of cholesterol but it might be surprising to you that dietary cholesterol has nothing to do                    with  unhealthy cholesterol levels. Furthermore egg yolks are rich in vitamin a, d, e, k, and minerals like iron and folate.


Tip #7. Fruit juices are devoid of nutrients

It is now a well-known fact that the process of juicing reduces essential nutrients that are present in whole fruits. It also eliminates fibre that helps in maintaining blood sugar levels and keeps us full for longer hours. Due to these reasons, fruit juices are considered unhealthy even if they are fresh.


Tip #8. Vitamin C does not worsen cold and cough

A well-known myth passing through generations has nothing to do with the fact that Vitamin C might actually help cure viral                           infections by aiding in immune system functioning. Amla, guava, orange, lemon, capsicum are some of the best sources of Vitamin C             and should be consumed daily to keep the cells healthy, collagen production and it also helps in iron absorption.


Tip #9. Calorie counting is not everything when it comes to fat loss

You need to focus on the 5 pillars of healthy lifestyle when it comes to fat loss- diet, nutrition, sleep, water intake, stress management. Two factors more important than counting calories are monitoring your portion size and ensuring that your body is getting enough                    nutrients. Calorie counting doesn’t always work because it requires you to disconnect with your body’s cues of hunger and cravings                    which are natural and healthy. Your body knows exactly what to eat and when to eat, you just need to be aware of it.


Tip #10. Healthy lifestyle & eating starts with eating home cooked food

We all have been in the situation where we are so keen to start eating healthy but don’t know where to start, let’s understand that                        today. You need to start having fresh and whole foods that are cooked at home in the traditional style and start eliminating ready to                  cook / eat, processed and packaged food. Be it main meals or snacks, try to cook meals by yourself to understand its importance and                  make sure the food you are eating is available locally and is in season.