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.
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.
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.
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! [ July 19, 2005: Message edited by: Ashok Mash ]
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!