Updated: Aug 26, 2020
Nutrition Rich Plate is your guide to plan your meal in a way that is healthy and balanced. Use this guide to create a healthy eating habit.
Vegetable and Fruits: Fruits and Vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals. They are also a source of dietary fiber which aids in maintaining a healthy digestive system and prevents digestion related issues. We recommend 50% of your meal to comprise of vegetable and fruits.
Whole Grains: Whole grains are packed with proteins, fiber, vitamins, antioxidants and even minerals. They help in reducing the risk of heart problems, diabetes, obesity and even cancer. We recommend 25% of your meal to comprise of whole grains.
Protein: Fish, poultry, beans, and nuts are good protein sources. Mix them with salad or cook them with vegetables, they will always prove to be a tasty source of protein. Having said that, limit intake of red meat and avoid processed meat. We recommend the remaining 25% of your meal to comprise of proteins.
Healthy Oils: Its always advisable to choose healthy vegetable oils over partly hydrogenated oils. Key point to remember here is that low fat does not always mean healthy. We recommend taking healthy oils in moderation.
Drink Water, Coffee or Tea: Avoid drinks that are high on sugar. Limit your milk or any dairy product intake to maximum of 2 servings per day. If you really have the urge to have a juice, it is better to have natural homemade juice and that too not more than a small glass a day.
Keep yourself on the move: Stay active, energetic, agile, lively, bouncy, bubbly and up and running all day. More active you are, healthier and within the ideal weight parameter you will be.
The idea is to focus on the quality of the food on your plate. If you want us to create a balanced mean plan for you, please contact us.