Are you a fitness freak?

Posted by Kaloree1 | April 27, 2016 | Fitness

If you are one of those who want to get fit and have prefect shape, then it’s time to revisit your fitness plan. Physical fitness and healthy body rely on many factors. Apart from the daily workout, what and how much you are eating, plays a significant role. A healthy eating schedule also helps in achieving your targeted fitness goals. Fitness counts on both the platforms equally- a healthy, balanced diet and a regular workout schedule.

What you have to keep in mind is:

  • Be honest to yourself- Most of us have a tendency to munch after every short span of time. Instead of munching junk and unhealthy foods, munch on fresh fruits, vegetables and salads. Too much of salty and sugary foods should be avoided. Add Kaloree1 and unsalted butter in your daily diet.
  • Avoid skipping your meals- No doubt it’s important to keep an eye on what you are eating, stay conscious on how you are eating. Skipping breakfast has never proven beneficial for anyone. Have a healthy breakfast and lunch and a light dinner in the early evening hours.
  • Follow proper way- Drink plenty of water and chew your food properly. Drinking at least 8-10 glasses of water every day keeps you hydrated and energetic throughout the day.

Along with this, include a few dairy products, like skimmed milk, yoghurt and cheese in your diet. Excess consumption of saturated fats should be avoided as it may increase the health problems. An expert guidance is always recommended. Eat healthy, stay healthy!

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