Your Healthy Habits Should Not Include These Elements

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    • Publish Date: May 28 2016 7:01PM
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    • Updated Date: Jun 3 2016 7:00PM
Your Healthy Habits Should Not Include These Elements

Caffeine, sugar, instant food and other such food items can lead to various ailments later. Moderation is the key...

Coffee or tea: 

Tea and coffee add caffeine and sugar which, if had in excess, can lead to various ailments later. Instead, make a fruit smoothie with fresh, seasonal fruits which are not only a rich source of vitamins and minerals, but turn out to be beneficial for your skin too. 

Instant food:

According to  researches, eating instant or ready-to-cook food items obstruct and restrict the absorption of food nutrition, especially  for children. If you consume them for long, they will disrupt your body metabolism, due to accumulation of chemical substances like preservatives.


Doughnuts/cupcakes:
These sweet treats are full of refined, white flour and sugar and are the worst options for breakfast. Chuck these and have a whole wheat sandwich with marmalade or jam. It will keep your blood sugar levels stabilised with a steady release of energy.

Preserved juices:
They may be considered healthy but all that they do is add more sugar to your system. Unlike fresh juices, preserved juices lack fibre. Nutritive qualities are practically absent; all you get is a flavour of your favourite fruit. Opt for fresh fruits like grapes, apples and berries which are said to lower the risk of type 2 diabetes. Besides, the skin and pulp of the fruits contain flavonoids and vitamin 

Fried foods:
Starting your day with fried items like bread pakoras, bread rolls, puris with aloo simply accumulate calories; Result: sleepiness and lethargy. Instead, have a stuffed vegetable roti with curd. This is a wholesome breakfast which will fuel you to remain alert and active right through the day.
 

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Upagnya Chinmayi FIITJEE WORLD SCHOOL

Thank for the information,<3

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