Let’s just put it out there - Fast food does you no favours. Pre-packaged, heavily processed food or food that is fried and full of additives and preservatives does more harm than good. High sodium content leads to high blood pressure and an increased risk of strokes and heart disease. Foods full of sugar and fat lead to obesity and diabetes and with it a whole range of other chronic health conditions. Next time you eat some junk, make a physical note of the junk you’re eating. And make sure you look at that list often. The more you look at it, the worse you will feel. When you realize that you have to account for it, you’ll reduce the intake. Gradually you’ll notice your diet improving. Also try fill your day with fresh fruit and vegetables rich in nutrients, fibre and protein. However, even if you are eating healthy, sometimes other factors like nutrient depletion from the soil or digestive ailments and stress, mean lack of absorption of the right nutrients.
That’s exactly why nutritional supplements are becoming a highly renowned and routine way of bridging this nutritional crisis, across India and the world. Lucky for us, India has always placed nature at its core beliefs, through ancient medicinal practices. 4 Sciences and nature, today, is being combined to bring us the best of both worlds.