''To eat is necessity but to eat intelligently is art'
- La rouchfoucald
Human body needs to eat, in order to live and survive; however, living healthy life is more important than mere surviving. They rightly said, "You are what you eat". What we keep in our mouth to satisfy our hunger and to stay alive greatly affects our ability to stay healthy, do work, to be happy and to live well. Food plays an important role in maintaining overall health and wellness of ourselves.
Knowledge about the right food, in the right quantity, at right time is the key to health and wellness.
Now days, it's easy to get information or tips on best diet program. In market, lots of choices are available; sometimes it's become difficult to choose the right option. Having information about food and its nutrition is not sufficient. You must have a basic knowledge regarding the requirement and right food for you.The food supplements beneficial to one may not be suitable to other.
Your nutrition requirement greatly depends on your body type, BMI(Body Mass Index-is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women), type of work, lifestyle, environment etc. Sportsmen or body builders may require extra protein which is not necessary (or can be harmful) for an executive working in office and having a sedentary lifestyle. It is important to know what your dietary requirement is and accordingly, plan out your daily diet schedule to stay healthy and fit.
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