Are We Getting Enough Vitamins and Nutrients

posted on 26/04/2016


Over the last 100 years, the majority of Indians have gone from eating “normal” portions and home-cooked whole foods (after all, the processed foods we see lining store shelves today didn’t exist), to consuming high levels of over-processed simple carbohydrates and refined sugars. With this shift in eating habits, there's been a huge increase in diet-related chronic diseases, which represent the largest cause of obesity and death.

Lack of Nutrients in the body can lead to unexplained Weight Loss and Weight Gain. These can lead to variety of disorders.In order for your body to function well, you need to make sure you're consuming enough essential nutrients in your everyday diet with actual healthy food. 

Luckily improving the situation could be pretty easy: Eat more whole, unrefined foods—fruits, veggies, whole grains, and other natural products that go through little processing.

Adding these nutrients to your diet in the right amount (or making sure you’re getting enough of them) can help your body recover from exercise better, improve digestion, and just be healthier overall.

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