Sanatan Aahaar (Diet Plan)
What to eat? When to eat? What not to eat?
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A vegetarian diet is a plant-based, balanced food intake to provide required nutrition to your body, such as proteins, fibers, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, and more for a healthy and disease-free life.
Vegetarian food intake is unique from person to person. The plans are customised according to your gender, age, and physique while keeping in mind the season, habits, and your diet goals. A vegetarian diet helps you to reduce your tummy fat when combined with yoga. There will be a few restrictions on your daily intake to help you achieve your desired goal because discipline is necessary to achieve anything in life.
A liquid diet is based on liquids and soft foods that melt at room temperature. Tea, coffee, milk, soups, ice-cream, shakes, water, honey, yogurt, etc. are some of the liquids allowed in this diet.
Full liquid diets are usually taken for a few days or weeks to achieve some medical goals or detoxification purposes. It helps to recover from inflammation, vomiting, diarrhea, and other stomach-related problems by providing rest to the digestive system. A liquid diet is not recommended for everyone and it may have some negative effects on your body if not followed strictly.
A non-vegetarian diet is a combination of animal and plant-based food intake for people who eat meat, eggs, and vegetables. A non-veg diet is different from a carnivore diet, which depends only on the animal-based food intake.
While any food intake that harms animals in any way is not a part of Sanatan Aahaar, we also understand the fact that most people in the world like to consume meat and eggs. A non-veg diet is rich in protein and is recommended for people looking for strength gain and muscle toning. Most non-vegetarian meals necessitate physical activity to digest.
The fruit diet is a highly vegan diet strictly based on fruit-based raw foods. Raw fruits are fruits that are natural and have never been treated or heated in any manner. Fruits, seeds, nuts, and some vegetables are also a part of this diet if eaten raw.
This diet is recommended only under supervision or it may lead to some body problems like weak and fragile bones due to the lack of Vitamin D and some of the B vitamins. A fruit diet is recommended only to achieve some goals and is beneficial only if taken for a few days or weeks or combined with other diets to get complete nutrients for complete body growth.