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Do you have any immediate family members suffering from chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, hypothyroidism, or PCOS?
Would you like to reduce the risk of such conditions for yourself by following a healthy lifestyle?
If yes, this balanced diet plan can help you in improving your lifestyle and prevent chronic diseases.
It is a well-balanced diet plan for individuals who want to maintain healthy body weight, build stamina and avoid various chronic diseases.
In this simple and effective diet plan, you don’t need to buy expensive foods or supplement shakes.
No need for rigorous exercise to lose weight as it offers a healthy and safe workout plan along with the diet plan.
If you follow this diet plan for at least three months you can avoid nutrient deficiencies, prevent cravings and binge eating, improve stamina, and boost immunity.
Using the Hint app, you can get this personalized balanced diet plan instantly within minutes. Just download the Hint app and subscribe to the plan.
Here are the key benefits, plan duration, and frequently asked questions.
This is a monthly subscription plan. You can renew it every month, for three months, or once a year.
Taking your dietary preferences into consideration we have a balanced diet plan available in 3 different diet types, such as
This is a vegetarian diet plan containing plant-based foods and dairy products. It does not include eggs, meat, fish, seafood, and other animal products.
This diet plan includes vegetarian foods and various egg recipes. It does not include meat, fish, seafood, and other animal products.
This plan includes non-vegetarian foods such as meat, fish, seafood, and other animal products in addition to dairy products, eggs, and regular vegetarian foods.
A balanced diet contains all of the essential nutrients in the required amounts that the human body needs for proper functioning and maintenance of health.
A balanced diet protects you against many chronic diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Helps you control your weight. Avoid nutrient deficiencies, improves stamina, and boost immunity.
Carbohydrates, protein, fats, vitamins, minerals, and fiber are all essential components in a well-balanced diet.
A balanced diet should offer around 50-60% of total calories from carbohydrates, 10-20% from proteins, and 20-30% of total calories from fat.
If you are not active (at least 30 minutes of exercise) for more than 3 days per week, then you have a sedentary lifestyle. People who lead sedentary lifestyles are those who are required to be seated for most of the day. Such unhealthy lifestyles lead to health complications and have long-term impacts.
The main health complications that arise from a sedentary lifestyle are excessive belly fat, fat on the arms and legs, and getting a double chin. In addition, irregular blood flow leads to blockages in arteries and veins, muscle inactivity leading to spasms or body aches, indigestion and digestive system abnormalities, breathing problems, and long-term depression.
By incorporating activity into your daily routine, minimize sitting for an extended period, and exercise daily for at least 30 minutes outside or at home.
As per the American Heart Association at least 30 minutes of moderate activity, five days per week (or 150 minutes per week) is recommended for a healthy lifestyle.
Eating a poor diet for the long term will inevitably lead to low energy levels and, in extreme cases, an inability to focus. Depriving our bodies of nourishment can lead to poor nutrition and eating habits which can cause obesity, diabetes, and increase risk factors for stroke, heart disease, and cancer.
7 to 8 hours of sound sleep is advised to maintain a healthy lifestyle and avoid diseases.
Yes, a healthy lifestyle prevents lifestyle diseases to a great extent.
Opt for nutrient-dense whole foods that provide the most nutritional value. Prefer fresh, locally available vegetables and fruits. One should choose low-fat, protein-rich foods such as lean meat, fish, pulses, beans, and low-fat milk. Most of these foods are included in this balanced diet plan.
One should avoid or limit highly processed foods, refined sugars, sweetened drinks, carbonated beverages, red and processed meats, saturated and trans fats, and foods with a high-glycemic index.
It is a common misconception that milk is a complete food and will provide you with a balanced diet. Milk lacks iron, copper, dietary fiber, manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin K, and vitamin C and is not considered a balanced diet.
Water is important for healthy digestion and absorbing water-soluble vitamins. It helps break down the food you eat. It prevents dehydration and constipation. Also helps maintain the right balance of electrolytes in your body.
The significant factors affecting a balanced diet include activity level, accessibility to food, the health status of the individual, height, weight, age, and gender.
The first step in improving your nutrition and health is to eliminate the temptation of junk food by replacing it with healthy foods. A balanced diet reduces the risk of obesity, increases your stamina, and boosts your metabolism.
No food has all the essential nutrients. One needs to balance a meal, by properly incorporating all the food groups to meet his/her requirements.
As per this diet plan, 10 to 20% of your daily calories should come from protein.
Yes. When combined with a regular exercise routine, a balanced diet can help a person reduce their risk factors for obesity or gaining weight.
Eggs are a good source of protein. They also contain heart-healthy unsaturated fats and are a great source of important nutrients, such as vitamin B6, B12, and vitamin D. For vegetarians, mushrooms, paneer, milk, curd, dal, soya bean, and nuts are alternatives to eggs.
Fiber is important for keeping the gut healthy. It adds bulk to the diet, prevents constipation, helps to regulate bowel movements, lower cholesterol levels, improves insulin sensitivity and glycemic control, and helps in weight management and appetite control.
Getting fiber from a wide variety of fruits, grains, legumes, and vegetables is usually the best way to consume adequate amounts of fiber. Talk to your doctor or dietitian before starting any type of supplementation.
Diet coke is an aerated drink containing artificial sweeteners and empty calories in the form of refined carbohydrates and is devoid of other nutrients. High consumption is linked with higher risks of heart disease and weight gain. It makes your bones brittle and causes other health problems.
Yes. People who drink sugary beverages every day tend to accumulate more deep belly fat over time,
No. A keto diet usually comprises 60–80% fat, 10–30% protein, and no more than 5–10% of carbs per day. It is typically high in saturated fat. This can raise LDL or bad cholesterol which may increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
A vegan diet can be healthy ensuring that you are careful in including protein, calcium, iron, and vitamin B12 properly in the diet.
No. In the paleo diet, there is an increased intake of protein from animal food sources. These foods are high in saturated fats causing an increase in LDL cholesterol which increases the risk of heart disease.
No. The diet chivda might be low on calories but these pre-packaged diet foods are high in sugar, sodium, and trans fat which increases the risk of chronic diseases.
No. The diet mixture might be low on calories but these pre-packaged diet foods are high in sugar, sodium, and trans fat which increases the risk of chronic diseases.
Eating corn in moderation won’t be harmful and it helps in weight loss due to its high fiber content and other nutrients.
A liquid diet is devoid of essential macro and micro nutrients which can lead to nutrient deficiencies, and also it has side effects such as fatigue, dizziness, hair loss, gallstones, and heart damage.
Nutella is not healthy as it is high in sugar, calories, and unhealthy fats.
Fruits are an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals, and they are high in fiber and should be included in a balanced diet to improve overall health.