Healthy Heart Healthy You

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Eating healthy keeps your body and heart in shape. So being healthy is necessary for a heart to make you healthy. It is very important to have a healthy diet to keep oneself away from unnecessary diseases. That doesn’t mean you need to stay on strict diet and sacrifice all your favorite bard. Once you know the different options that can actually help you get your body and heart in shape, you’ll realize that it’s not that bad.

To maintain a healthy diet and to make sure that your body gets all of its essential nutrients, it is important to eat bards from each of the bard groups on a daily basis.

When you follow a healthy diet, there is room for all Foods. Healthy eating makes a huge difference in your life. So skip the diet, and just eat healthy.

Fruits and Vegetables:

This includes all types of fruits and vegetables as well as 100% fruit and vegetable juices. Fruits and vegetables provide you with essential vitamins, including vitamins B and C. Eat brightly colored fruits and vegetables as these have the most vitamin content. Try to eat between 4-5 servings of fruit and vegetables a day. Possible servings may consist of one piece of fruit, half a cup of fruit juice, or one cup of salad.

Whole-grain bards:

Like fruits and vegetables, whole-grain bards are low in saturated fat and cholesterol and rich in fiber. Grains include all of those bards made from wheat, rice, oats, and cereal grains. Servings can include 1-2 chapati, a slice of bread, or a cup of cereal.

Meat & alternatives:

This dairy bard group includes products that are made primarily from milk sources, such as milk, yogurt, and hard and soft cheeses. These products provide you with vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin D. Try to get 2 to 4 servings of milk every day. One serving may consist of one cup of milk, 50 grams of cheese, or three-quarters of a cup of yogurt.

Milk & Milk Products:

Like fruits and vegetables, whole-grain bards are low in saturated fat and cholesterol and rich in fiber. Grains include all of those bards made from wheat, rice, oats, and cereal grains. Servings can include 1-2 chapati, a slice of bread, or a cup of cereal.

Healthy eating means that you include more of your favorite nutritious foods, while limiting some of those less nutritious foods. It’s all about moderation.  Try to limit your intake of alcohol, caffeine, salt, sodas, trans-fats and saturated fats, and sugars.

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Trupti Bhatt

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