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Kindly have a look at my daily diet habits

-6 Teas a day
-2 time fast-food breakfast
-junk food as lunch
-not so good, but not so bad dinner
-2-3 class of water

Anybody would like to share their diet?

Can anybody suggest books about healthy diet?

I need recommendation about good dietitian in Mumbai.

Regards,
Chetan
 
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Morning: 4 Glasses of water+1 spoon Chavanprtash+breakfast(Idli/Wada/Dosa/Omlet)+tea
10:30-One cup of tea
1:30 Lunch(3 Rotis+vegs+rice+salad+sweet)
5:30 One cup of tea+cake(biscuit)
9:00 Dinner(4 rotis+curry+vegs+rice+curd)
11:30-2 glasses of water.
 
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I have seen people who are most healthy are those who don't eat much between lunch time and dinner time.
 
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Originally posted by Arjunkumar Shastry:
Morning: 4 Glasses of water+1 spoon Chavanprtash+breakfast(Idli/Wada/Dosa/Omlet)+tea
10:30-One cup of tea
1:30 Lunch(3 Rotis+vegs+rice+salad+sweet)
5:30 One cup of tea+cake(biscuit)
9:00 Dinner(4 rotis+curry+vegs+rice+curd)
11:30-2 glasses of water.



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I read somewhere that for a good health you should
Eat breakfast like a king
Lunch like a price
Dinner like a beggar.
 
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Weather plays an important role in health.and Mumbai's weather,its oxygen content,you know that,right?
 
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Standard issue diet for a normal working day...

Double sausage and egg McMuffin with two hash browns for breakfast

Bacon and egg sandwich, crisps (potato chips) and chocolate for lunch

Double whopper with cheese meal for dinner

Suplemented with 20 cigarettes and 10 cups of coffee

Needless to say I have high blood pressure
 
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This is definitely not a healthy diet. Just google on the word "healthy diet" and you will find many links to some good material about the healthy living lifestyle.
I am not a health expert but few suggestions from my side:
Increase the water intake. Aim for atleast 8/10 glasses (2 lit ) of water a day.
Try to include some fruits in your breakfast.
reduce tea intake.
try to exercise atleast 3/4 days per week.
Try to eat dinner min 3 hrs before going to bed.
Start one thing at a time. Staying healthy is a life long decision and very few stick to it.

Originally posted by Chetan Parekh:
Kindly have a look at my daily diet habits

-6 Teas a day
-2 time fast-food breakfast
-junk food as lunch
-not so good, but not so bad dinner
-2-3 class of water

Anybody would like to share their diet?

Can anybody suggest books about healthy diet?

I need recommendation about good dietitian in Mumbai.

Regards,
Chetan




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Trupti
 
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Rick & Chetan, you guys don't like it here on Earth, do you?

Here�s how much a burden I am to Earth�s resources, on a working day:

1)Breakfast is an apple or a banana (while I drive to work), and once at work two slices of whole meal bread with a cup of tea.
2)Lunch is a either a chicken sandwich from deli or something from home, but usually not more than two slices of bread and a slice of mature cheese and some salad dressing with chicken, turkey or ham.
3)Another cup of tea, or two
4)Dinner is either rice, pasta or boiled potato�s with some sort of curry (chicken, veg, stir-fry, korma, anything) or grilled cod/whiting or salmon
5)If I have been out jogging or walking my dog after dinner, once I am back I would consider a banana/strawberry milk shake or a glass or milk.
6)Through the day I would drink a liter of water, which is way below my target!

On weekends it�s usually a brunch and a normal dinner. I am 6 foot tall and 84 kilos, which is about 4 kilos over the ideal weight!
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http://www.betterwaypress.com/dietsurvivors/index-05-03.html

Okinawans live a long time for a variety of reasons...the older ones still grow their own tofu and sprouts and stuff in the backyard, and they follow a principle in which they eat only until they're about 80% full. Try telling that to my barbecue-eating Texan relatives!
 
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