Fitness

How to stay fit in the changing season

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Here are few tips to keep you well this winter

If you have been investing the whole year in becoming more fit, you also don’t want that effort to go to waste. So how can you maintain that balance between enjoying the winter season and simultaneously maintaining your health?

There are five lifestyle changes recommended by Yamnish Kaul, CEO Indian Earth a brand offering healthy food options, that each of us can adopt throughout the changing season

Eat, but don’t over-eat
Over-eating is the key word here. You must enjoy what you eat, even if it means a dessert or a glass of wine but be sure to never overdo it. Our body only uses what it needs, and the excess gets stored as energy, and that excess energy is in the form of fat for later use.

 

Do not eat with guilt

Even the sight of sweets seems to make some people nervous and jittery. Festive food is meant to be enjoyed with joy, and if it leaves you feeling guilty, you are better off not eating it. If you eat with guilt and anxiety, your body perceives it as a stressful situation and releases a hormone called cortisol which makes you fat. So, make a resolution to not feel guilty and you will be fine all through the season.

 

Be active, but in a smart way
Many of us are unable to stick to our regular fitness regimen during the changing season, since one gets lazier and more lethargic. But workouts don’t have to happen only at the gym. They can happen within the comforts of your home or even while you are travelling. If you don’t have 30 minutes to work out, aim for 20 minutes or 10, or a minimum of four minutes.

 

Don’t skimp on sleep

During changing season, it can be easy to skip or not get enough sleep. But you should focus on quality sleep even in those handful of hours that you are left with. Sleep is when your body detoxifies and rejuvenates you from all the hustle and bustle of this season. It regulates your mood, boosts your gut health, immunity, regulates appetite and puts you in a better position to make healthy choices during the day.

 

Go ‘raw’ till lunch

Another helpful strategy is to eat ‘raw’ until lunch. This means from the timeyou wake up, you are only on raw, uncooked food like musk melon seeds, water melon seeds, cornflakes (Indian Earth’s gluten free cornflakes), fruits, nuts, sprouted pulses, vegetable juices, and your first cooked meal is your lunch. This helps your body effectively detoxify.

 

Options from Indian Earth

We at Indian Earth suggest you our wide variety of cereals which include Muesli fruit & nutMuesli nut & seeds and Cornflakes. Muesli is a versatile cereal which can be used in many tasty yet healthy ways. To ramp up your health meter combine your Muesli with freshly cut fruits like strawberries, blueberries, or any fruit of your choice and flavoured yogurt or milk. Muesli at Indian Earth are not the regular ones, we have the goodness of fruits, nuts and seeds already infused in our Muesli which makes it even easier to create tasty and healthy breakfast option. Our cornflakes are light yet filling and gluten free which can be combined with warm or cold milk to give you that healthy boost right in the morning. Incorporate these healthy cereals in your diet specially during the festive season and say goodbye to being unhealthy!

 

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