Eat lots of fruits and vegetables
It is recommended that we eat at least five portions of different types of fruits
and vegetables a day, a glass of unsweetened 100% fruit juice (150ml) can count
as one portion.
Add less salt to your food
Even if you don’t add salt to your food, you may still be eating too much salt through
breakfast cereals, soups etc. Adding too much salt can elevate your blood pressure
Start your day with balanced breakfast
A balanced breakfast is an important part of a diet as it provides some of the vitamins
and minerals we need for good health.
Eat different foods every day
Make sure you get the right balance by consuming a wide variety of foods every day
as no single food contains all vital nutrients.
Drink plenty of liquids
It is important to increase your water intake especially during hot weather, after
exercising or any other activity involving vigorous physical exertion. Do not wait
to have water till you feel thirsty instead keep having water at regular intervals.
Get proper sleep every night
Six to eight hours of sleep per night is the key to your physical, mental, and emotional
health. This will give you energy and make you more productive.
Have lukewarm waterwith lemon every day
A mug of hot water with lemon will not only keep you hydrated and fresh, but will
also keep your
vitamin C levels on track.
Cut your sugar intake
Excessive sugar can be the cause of bad cholesterol, tooth decay and high blood
pressure. One simple way to cut your sugar intake is avoid taking sugar in your
tea or coffee.
Start doing desk exercises
Sitting for long hours can take a toll on your muscles. To prevent or reduce stiffness
and pain, try simple stretching exercises several times at your desk throughout
Walk it out
Sneak in some exercises by running errands on foot, taking the stairs, parking farther
away from your destination, or getting off the metro a stop before you actually
Start having green tea daily
Add a cup of green tea to your daily routine. It contains various bioactive compounds
Switch to wholewheat
Consuming wholewheat as a part of a healthy diet may reduce the risk of heart diseases
as it helps to control cholesterol. It also helps to prevent constipation as the
fiber helps in regular bowel movement.
Eat more organic Food
Organic produce has almost no pesticide in it. It is often fresher, tastes better
and is rich