Health is wealth is a common saying that applies to every age and gender at any time, to stay safe from diseases, healthy eating is very necessary; anyone who wants a balanced life should have a decent diet for any time of the day.
It is part of healthy living to drink water every morning, at least one glass of warm water immediately upon waking up will have a positive effect on health, and always avoid cold water.
Furthermore, it is important to always eat certain types of food because of the benefits they give the body, such food as;
BANANAS: It gives the body enough energy for an intense 90-minute workout.
APPLES: They are more effective in waking up than coffee
CARROT: It gives the body energy to walk up to 3 miles and it is medicinal.
The way to go is with a plant-based eating pattern, it is discovered that people who consume more plant-based diets have a lower risk of all chronic diseases but people who adhere to plant-based eating habits have a lower risk of developing heart disease, likely because these diets appear to contain more heart-healthy fiber and potassium-like nutrients, thus reducing saturated intake of fat and cholesterol.
At Night before going to bed, it is good to select food that will stimulate sound sleep such as;
Cherries: a glass of cherry juice can raise the body’s melatonin level and helps achieve better sleep.
Salmon: Salmon is rich in omega-3-fatty acids and vitamin B6. The body requires them to relax and relieve stress. Likewise, Vitamin B6 raises melatonin production which helps achieve better sleep.
Banana: It relaxes the body and mind and also helps attain faster sleep, it is full of potassium which helps to relax the muscle and regulates blood sugar
Keep Food Waste to a Minimum with Proper Food Storage:
Buying groceries at the grocery store is just half the battle. To get the most bangs for your buck, you need to know how to store it through the door once you get it
If you’re a fruit lover, you should know that certain fruits (e.g. apples) emit ethylene gas which can mature (or over-ripen) the fruits in the fruit basket. Keeping on top of how fast your fruit is maturing and transferring it to the refrigerator or away from its hyper-ripening neighbors will help reduce food waste.
In conclusion, to stay healthy during and after the coronavirus
Pandemic everybody needs to watch their nutrition habits People who eat a well-balanced diet tend to be healthier with stronger immune systems and lower chronic disease and infectious disease risk. To get the vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, protein, and antioxidants your body needs, you should eat a variety of fresh and unprocessed foods every day. Drink plenty of water. To reduce your risk of overweight, obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and certain types of cancer significantly, avoid sugar, fat, and salt.