Sometimes it feels very unfortunate to be part of an era where Junk foods are prioritized over Healthy foods. It has been years that we have adopted health-compromising behaviors and with each passing day, they aren’t improving instead we are performing them without any serious realization. We are living in our own bubble and ignoring the huge miracles of nature beyond it. Peter McWilliams wisely quoted “Be comfortable being uncomfortable”, truly Epic! Let me provide you with an example from my very own personal experience, there was a time when I tried to get a hold of the ways to stay healthy with organic diet so those cravings of deep fried items, burgers, and pizzas would haunt me. This requires a lot of courage and resilience to not revert to unhealthy ways. Here I would say, it’s ok if you eat an ice cream, burger or pizza once in a month or two weeks but eating them every often is harmful. Now it’s high time to consider healthy diets to restore the circadian system of our body and live a healthy life.
5 Diets You Should Follow To Restore The Circadian Rhythm Of Your Body
The Paleo diet suggests the elimination of processed foods, salts, refined vegetable oils, white flour, refined sugar, dairy products, cereals, and legumes particularly peanuts. You might be wondering what there is to eat then. As I mentioned, there is a lot more to experience than just living in your own bubble. You can consume meat from animals that graze on grass and according to research; it is good for your heart health. Here I would say, it isn’t an easier approach to follow even for the ones who are vegetarian. It excludes many items such as legumes which vegetarians love to eat. But you can follow some unique recipes and snacks that include all the ingredients supporting the Paleo diet. There are some research-proven perks of being a Paleo diet consumer:
- Low blood pressure
- Reduced Cholesterol Level
- No obesity
- Decreases risk of diabetes
- Improved Heart Health
A Flexitarian diet as the name suggests is flexible for plant-based as well as meat-based diets. However, 80% is plant-based. People who can’t stick to a diet based on vegetables only can go with it. You get the nutrients from both diets which can easily fulfill the energy requirements of your body. I believe you can’t stick to the thing even if it’s a diet that does not include your favorite recipes. People with a Flexitarian diet plan can stick to healthy habits for a prolonged period as it does not involve rigid rules.
The young generation, in particular, is habitual of swallowing food at any time of the day. This can disrupt the digestive system of the body and it does in many cases eventually lead to Diarrhea and food poisoning. You would agree that diseases and disorders related to the stomach are largely reported every year. This is followed by the increase in the percentage of obesity in the population associated with health concerns. Therefore, a strategy must be adopted to get things under control. One of the ways is intermittent fasting which allows you to eat between 8 hours of the day only whereas avoid eating in remaining 16 hours. The 8 hours must include a diet that can fulfill the energy and nutrient requirements of your body.
This improves the metabolism of your body, strengthens the immune system, and decreases the likelihood of health-related disorders.
I salute all the vegetarians who survive by consuming vegetables excluding dairy and meat products. When I meet vegetarians and ask them about their diet plan it makes me think “How do you even survive Bro! As a pure vegetarian, your diet must include enough portions of food items that are rich in calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin B-12, and iron to prevent their deficiency. To fulfill protein requirements; nut butter, pulses, and yogurt are extremely important.
As clearly specified by the name, this diet includes fish, olive oil, no red meat, salt, butter, ghee, and cheese with saturated fat. The Mediterranean diet plan follows strict avoidance of processed foods such as bread, tinned vegetables, breakfast cereals, and much more. You can have whatever fruits you like along with whole grains, nuts, seeds, and vegetables. If you are searching for a diet plan beneficial for Heart health, Mediterranean Diet is a way to go.
For all the diet plans mentioned above, although they are preferable and among the most popular ones it is important to consult the nutritionist if you have certain deficiencies. It is important that you focus on how to fulfill the nutrient requirements of your body by consuming appropriate portions of meals. Furthermore, it is highly recommended to keep in check your calories even if you feel healthy to avoid any health risks related to malnutrition. I would strongly suggest consulting a nutritionist or health professional first and asking them about a proper diet plan. They may also give an insight into potential health risks and what diet plan you should exactly follow. They may also suggest healthy habits including workout or exercises that better suits your body shape.
Meta Description It’s time to treat your body with healthy food items that nature has provided without asking anything in return. From now work hard to adopt healthy habits by treating yourself with vegetables and fruits.