Summers are known to be the best time for losing those extra kilograms we all generally put on during the winters.Thanks to those fried cutlets,french fries and most of all Aloo ka paranthas full of oil.
But summer is the kick start to pull up the socks and bring the body back into shape by losing that stubborn fat and toning the body at its best.
Eat healthy,exercise regular,lose weight is what they say.
Well youngsters have been constantly adopting the idea of crash diets in order to lose weight faster but is that really a good deal?
I mean yes you do lose weight fast in maximum cases but is that how the body is to be nurtured?
Your body is a delicate machinery,you need to pamper it,nurture it in an extremely healthy manner.
Moreover crash diets are something you cannot really follow in the long run as it tends to weaken the immune system and might lead to malfunctioning of other body functions too upto a certain extent while on the contrary if an individual adopts a balanced diet he/she will not have to face the consequences of weakness,bouncing back of weight.
In the case of crash diets not only we starve ourselves but also somehow deprive ourselves from the vital nutrients which our body requires.
A well-balanced diet provides the right vitamins, minerals and nutrients to keep the body and mind strong and healthy. Eating well can also aid in the prevention of a variety of diseases and health problems, as well as helping to maintain a healthy body weight, providing energy and promoting a general feeling of well-being.
A balanced diet is very important to the immune system, helping to ensure that the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients necessary to its efficient function are available.
One of the most noticeable benefits of a balanced diet is energy. Keeping your body fuelled with the right proportions of vitamins, minerals and nutrients can give you the energy you need to make the most of your day.
Crash diets are not only hard to follow but also cause a lack of energy in the body which thus in many cases lowers the metabolism rate and instead of losing weight some individuals might start to gain weight,thus ruining the weight issue even more.
Crash diet not only has adverse effects on the physical front but also might affect the mental health of an individual.
According to various researches people who opt for crash diets experience worse mood swings due to the restrictions on the kind of food a person can take.
On the contrary consumption of balanced diet makes you more productive,you will be happier,you will be less stressed,you will eat less yet healthy and nutritious,you will live longer and last but not the least most importantly you will lose weight in a right manner.
Summing up on the note-Eat healthy,don't hinder the consumption of those vital nutrients and shedding weight would be much easier and simpler.
Stay fit feel young
*P.s this post is written for Dabur honey-Honey diet,a sweeter alternative