All of us are aptly aware of this old adage, but it is not often that we pay much attention to it. While some approach it with genuine indifference, others are limited by their stressful jobs and lifestyles. A long and healthy life can only be achieved by paying attention to one’s health. Let’s face it, as we age, our body starts giving up slowly, however, if one takes on healthy habits from an early age, one can achieve more energy to deal with these changes and stay healthier for longer.
What we eat is who we are. It does not only affect our body but it also affects our mind. The food we eat has a direct correlation to how we feel and how our health will react. At an early age we may not realize what harm greasy cheeseburgers, fried foods and sweet treats are doing to our system, but as the years move on, the effects will start surfacing.
While what you resist making part of your diet is important, what you make part of your diet is equally important as well. Green vegetable sand fresh fruits are essential as they hold the most vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals that one’s body needs. Eating a balanced diet is the most important, as your body needs all the essential food groups to function properly. Cutting down on carbs and fats is the not the answer to stay healthy and lose weight. Stocking up on protein alone will not give you all the energy you need to survive a long week at the office. You have to achieve balance.
This blog is dedicated to nutrition, as we understand the nitty-gritties of the subject and we would like to share our insights with you, so that you can live a happier and healthier life. Learning about the right nutrition and what your body needs can help you make significant changes to your lifestyle so that you can and your family can too live better.
You can indeed benefit from our daily posts, where we will touch on various topics. You can look forward to articles as follows:
Monday: Heart Health
Tuesday: Women’s Health
Wednesday: Sports Nutrition
Thursday: Children’s Health
Friday: Fitness / Prevention / Recipes
Saturday: Weight Loss
Sunday: Mind, Body and Spirit
So, do stay tuned and we would love to hear from you as well. Do write into us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we would be delighted to incorporate your ideas, opinions and suggestions into our blog. If you have any questions, Hermeet Suri (BSc, DHom, RHN) will address your problems and provide solutions that can help.