Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar helped our quarantine period get a lot easier with her healthy diet plans. With the entire social networking world buzzing with precautionary measures to evade Coronavirus, the celeb nutritionist is making sure to make every individual fit and strong from within to fight against COVID-19. Her social media posts are proof how one should be immune enough from within as well. After several diet plans to be followed during the lockdown, she posted 12 guidelines to stay healthy during Coronavirus on her Instagram account.
These 12 guidelines include certain food items in your daily meals, practicing a certain yoga asana, following fixed meal timings and also have to enough sleep to have rejuvenated day. Food items includes, Amla (Gooseberry) , Soonth (Dry Ginger), local fruit as a mid-meals, milk with turmeric just before the bed time, homemade breakfast and pickles. Along with it she also suggests of having proper proportion of grains, which is 3:2:1. Not ending on this she mentioned about few other things.
Such as to sit and have meals, take nap post lunch, have fixed bedtime, a warm bed and rubber ghee on your soles.
Adding further she also mentions of practicing Supta Padangusthasana, a yoga asana, to relief lower back pain. Along with healthy meals she suggested people should get back cooking in traditional utensils over the high end ones. The nutritionist asked people to put to use their utensil made of iron, silver, copper and brass while cooking their meals. ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Dietician Rujuta Diwekar Shares The MAGIC Immunity Boosting Food To Fight Coronavirus
She penned a long post on her Instagram, which read, “12 guidelines for good health and well-being…” ALSO READ: Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Dietician Reveals The Best Diet Plan For People Suffering From Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
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