What's on your plate?

Most of us manage to get a substantial dose of carbohydrates, fats and proteins but a lot of vital nutrients are lacking from our daily diet.  Multivitamins may seem like an obvious answer, but empirical evidence encourages you to seek nutrition from natural foods.

Neem has plenty of health benefits due to its anti-bacterial, antiviral and blood purifying properties. Similarly, amla detoxifies the body, improves the functioning of the liver, strengthens the central nervous system and lowers cholesterol. Make them part of your daily diet plan.

Substitute refined sugar with sugar substitutes. Better still, banish mithai and chips from your diet and help yourself to a handful or muesli or nuts, when you feel like munching between meals. Ditch the chocolate bar and reach out for a fistful of walnuts instead. With a host of sensible options available, eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to compromise on taste.

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