Brooding over your New Diet Plan – Find out what it does for you?
After reading on and on about what to eat or which version of diet to follow, it’s time to stop and understand what exactly are these diet plans trying to achieve by recommending themselves to you. Regular home-made food is mostly nutritious. Let’s do a Nutritional Level check to see how these things work out in favor of your body:-
Give a Big Hoot for Protein: The World renowned formula for weight loss and the Secret behind all slim, lean and other kind of fancy attractive, to drool for bodies, all have one thing in common; that’s Protein. It’s widely available in various forms and happens to be delicious on the palettes. Any hard core dieter will tell you this, as soon as Protein rich food touches your system; it starts charring through calorie. Amino acids will incinerate calories like God’s own blessing and then aid in building and maintaining body mass. Once more; shout it out for Protein..!!
Spices in Indian food have major role to play. India grows over 50 different varieties of spices. There is a huge demand for Indian spices in the world market too. A mere pinch can take away health woes while giving food a flavour that is unparalleled. Spices are good, not just for taste buds, but also possess immense health benefits. Spices are rich in antioxidants, and scientific studies suggest that they are also potent inhibitors of tissue damage and inflammation caused by high levels of blood sugar and circulating lipids.
The rains are here. Though they provide a respite from the scorching summer heat, they also bring along various ailments. Mostly, monsoon related diseases arise due to consuming unhygienic food and water. If you avoid this, you can prevent several diseases. Dr Puneet Nayak, CMD, PrettislimTM and Obesity Consultant, lists several foods which one should avoid eating during the monsoon season. Here’s the list.