Glycogen replenishment and proper intake of food are essential. People who consume a well-balanced diet have stronger immune systems and are less likely to develop chronic illnesses or infectious diseases. To acquire the vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre, protein, and antioxidants your body needs, you should consume a variety of fresh and unprocessed foods every day. Drink plenty of water. By limiting sugar, fat, and salt, you can lower your risk of obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.
Eat Fresh and Unpreserved Foods
Eat fruits, fresh vegetables, legumes, nuts, and whole-grain products daily. Prefer foods from animal resources like meat, fish, eggs, milk and more. Avoid fatty foods, especially oily stuff. Don’t overcook any food and avoid salt and sugar.
Keep yourself Hydrated
Drink 8-10 cups of water every day. It lubricates and cushions joints, distributes nutrients and chemicals in the blood, and regulates body temperature.
Say No to Street Foods
Covid 19 has indeed changed our lifestyle. Eating street foods is now a ‘once upon a time’ tale. It is recommended that post-lockdown people should follow the guidelines. It is not always possible to keep a standard distance while buying or eating food on the streets outside with lots of people. Besides, consuming healthy foods is more preferable than eating oily street foods.
Avoid Salt and Sugar
Avoid consuming high sodium condiments and salt in daily intakes. It would be better to use iodized salt instead of regular salts. Soft drinks or other soda containing drinks are not preferable, especially in Covid times. Lastly, avoid consuming preserved and cold food or drinks.