CoffeeNumerous studies have shown that vitamin supplements taken daily provide additional protection against cancers.
At breakfast, put coffee in your milk instead of milk in your coffee.
Fill your daily cuppa with milk in the morning. Drink it down until all that’s left is the amount you’d normally add to your tea/coffee, then pour your tea/coffee on top. You just got 25 percent of the daily required dose vitamin D!
Drink two glasses of water before every meal
This will do two things. keep you hydrated and make you eat a little less. Studies show that drinking two glasses of water can make you feel less hungry, possibly reducing your food intake and aiding weight loss.
Have onions on everything (except if you’re on a date..)
Research has revealed that onions are a top source of cardio protective elements called flavonoids. So go ahead & eat them… remember to brush after that meal!
Pizza Always have your pizza with more tomato sauce and less cheese
Tomato products are a rich source of lycopene, a type of carotenoid that’s believed to cut your risk of prostrate cancer. So have more of that tomato sauce on your pizzas or your pastas.
Whenever you eat fast food, drink two glasses of water afterward
Burgers, chips, pizzas, chivda etc are all loaded with fat and sodium, which can be terrible for your heart. You can flush away some of the excess sodium by drinking plenty of H20…
Eat fish every Tuesday…
FishActually, it could as easily be Wednesday or Sunday, the important thing is to have it once a week. Fish is a rich source of omega–3 fatty acids (a GOOD fat). Omega–3s keep the heart from going into rhythm disorders–men who eat fish once a week have fewer heart attacks–and they may even ward off depression.
Always eat (a little) dessert
Here’s why. Sweets such as biscuits and low–fat sweetened yogurts signal your brain that the meal is over. Without them, you might not feel satiated–which might prevent those midnight cravings. Diabetics should consult their physicians first! And keep away from that ghee–soaked gajar ka halwa!