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Easy and Effective Monsoon Diet Plans Celebrities Follow.

E asy and Effective Rainy Season Diet Plan s. 1. Drinking plenty of water is one of the easiest and most effective ways to stay hydrated with your body . You can do this by drinking six to eight glasses per day, or by consuming other fluids such as fruit juice, vegetable juices or tea. It is important to note that while vegetables and fruits are a great source of fiber, minerals, and vitamins, they should not be your only source of nutrients.  2. Vegetables and fruits are high in nutrition but it's also important to consume other types of food throughout the day such as whole grains, dairy products, and protein foods. 3. The best way to reduce weight is by turning the focus away from intense and unsustainable fad diets and instead, opting for a leafy green salad with steamed cauliflower, baked sweet potatoes with mixed beans, and plenty of lean protein. 4. The best way to ensure that you are eating a healthy diet is by preparing your food in advance, which will save you time and g

Beautiful people! Stop dieting and start eating and drinking.

  C an we lose weight by eating this and drinking that? A most common question from patients is- what should I eat and drink to lose weight. This is the same question how to keep a bottle lighter even after filling it?. Our weight management plan follows ayurvedic theories on diet. It has three main types of issues or doshas in bodies-wata, pitta and Kaffa (Fat). This is called tattva in Ayurveda. Balancing these three in your body is possible by using the ideal food and the drink you take. When we have any of these three extra in our body, the body will start showing the symptoms, which we call disease. Our body is made of five elements. Air (Vayu), Water (Jala), Agni (Fire), Space (Akash) & Earth ( Prithvi). An imbalance of any of these elements will make you sick. Balancing differs from person to person. one person may not be affected by eating one food but others may get affected. This is because of some factors such as our forefathers, our DNA genes, environment, which are ap