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With a chaotic work-home life to be balanced, managing and maintaining your diet plan becomes a priority. However, not many have the opportunity to sit down and brainstorm to devise a proper diet plans.

Here are some simple nutrition and health tips supported by research, to eating healthy that can be handy for you:

Cut down on sugary drinks
Sugar laden drinks are the poison that you need to break away from when trying to cut the flab. With sugary drinks, you end up taking in more calories than you would through solid foods. It doesn’t stop at that- with liquids being digested faster, your glucose shoots right through the roof, often sending the non-utilized calories from them to be packed away in fat cells. Sugary drinks are strongly associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart risk and several other health perils.

Eat good fats
The big mistake that many people on a quest to weight loss make is associating body fat with dietary fat; when in fact, 3/4th of the body fat is due to excess of processed carbs and the wrong fats (Trans or excess saturated fat) and faulty lifestyle habits.
For overall health, it is important that you maintain a good fat intake. You need to maintain a healthy fat intake in moderation, for absorption of important nutrients like protein, Vit. A, D, E and K.
Eat nuts, fatty fishes, whole milk and milk products, oil seeds- foods rich in MUFAs and PUFAs.


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Get enough sleep

Sleep is one of the major regulators of how your body performs, overall. Not many acknowledge the importance of a good quality sleep-it is just as essential to maintaining a healthy you as is diet and exercise.
Getting up to 7-8 hours of sleep (between 10pm-8 am window) is applicable to everyone as it is during the first half of the night when the body is clocked to regulate its hormones like the Human Growth Hormone- which is responsible for maintaining your weight, whether you want to gain or lose it.
Poor sleep can drive insulin resistance, throw your gut hormones off track and affect your overall performance.

Eat more protein
Eating enough protein is really important. Protein is an absolutely significant nutrient needed to help you cut down your body’s fat%.
A high protein intake boosts your metabolism, making you burn more fat while proving to be very satiating which helps you stay full for longer.
It can also cut cravings and reduce the desire for mindless snacking. Not only that, eating good quality protein more than quantity helps you maintain a healthier and a fitter, more toned physique as well.
Move more, sit less
Engage yourself in some cardio or walk more everyday; Doing aerobic exercises or cardio helps you in more than one way. Particularly effective in reducing belly fat, it can be something that you slot in for at least 30-40 minutes, daily.
You can also lift weights! Body weight exercises or lifting heavy weights goes a long way to strengthen your bones and improves your body composition. Also helping you correct your muscle tone, metabolism and insulin resistance.


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