Dangal TV actors give us a healthy sneak peek into their diet this National Nutrition Week

The week-long annual event highlights the importance of providing our bodies with the right kind of nutrition

03 Sep 2020

The first week of September is annually observed as National Nutrition Week in India. It is a reminder to oneself that eating healthy is an important choice. An actor whose first impression is his or her physical appearance will take utmost care of what is his/her diet. Here are some of the healthiest regimes followed by the actors who appear on Dangal TV. Read on for more details.

Namish Taneja aka Ved Kothari of Aye Mere Humsafar

I eat everything, but I am a conscious eater. I try not to stuff myself. I ensure I have small meals throughout the day. My mother also helps me keep my diet in check. She uses the dough for one roti to make two for me. I ensure that I have my dinner by around 9-9.30pm so that there is enough time for the food to digest before going to bed. One thing which I always lean on is dry fruits in my meal or between meals. Almonds, walnuts, raisins, pistachios and cashews are my go-to options throughout the day.

Tina Philip aka Vidhi Sharma of Aye Mere Humsafar

It is a 3-in-1 tip— eat right, exercise and stay happy! I cannot emphasise enough how important it is to eat the right kind of food. And of course, any form of exercise, be it dance, sport or yoga. My personal favourite is yoga since it helps me balance my mind and body. But none of the above things would work if you're not happy from the inside. So it is essential to appreciate the little things in life and be happy. The healthy snack that I recommend the most is makhana (fox nuts). They have multiple health benefits, which make them not less than super food.

Neelu Vaghela aka Pratibha Devi of Aye Mere Humsafar

The healthy drink that I always carry with me is a bottle filled with a mix of equal quantities of water and milkand some vegetable seeds in it without sugar. I also carry khakhra with me. It isn't very heavy and is still healthy.

Sneha Wagh aka Jyoti of Jyoti

I do not follow a strict diet plan, but I don’t go overboard on things either. I believe we have one life and should make the most of it. I believe in eating healthy and eating home-cooked food. I am a huge fan of nuts in between meals, and they seem to be the healthiest and nutrition-rich option.

Pooja Singh aka Divya Kothari of Aye Mere Humsafar

I believe in eating home-cooked food, although I have a cheat meal once a week where I indulge in some delicious food from outside (not during Corona times). I consume green tea at least twice a day. Black coffee is a must for me as soon as I wake up and tea is something which I cannot do without. I have substituted rice with oats. The only time I have rice is in biryani. I always carry dry fruits with me since they are a healthy snack for me. I have loads of fruits and green vegetables and tend to focus on food which helps digestion.

Rishina Kandhari aka Imarti of Aye Mere Humsafar

My health tip is to eat healthy, have less carbs and go slow on sugar and salt. I eat fruits that contain fibre. I begin my day with ajwain ka paani. I believe that one should have a healthy mix of good food and exercise to stay healthy and fit. The healthiest snack that I would recommend is peanut butter protein balls. My mom makes them for the sweet craving during a dull day or midnight munching. Made with oats, chocolate chips, coconut, chia, flax, cinnamon, salt, peanut butter, honey, vanilla and milk, these peanut butter balls give you new life when you need a little energy boost.

Accher Bhardwaj aka Lakhan Kothari of Aye Mere Humsafar

Nutrition is a way of life. From being an obese teenager to eight-packs was not an easy journey. It’s all about changing just a little bit of your nutrition. It makes me more active and focused. On this National Nutrition Week, I would love to celebrate by indulging in nutritious meals, and I would like to suggest that everyone should at least have one fruit a day. If you feel that you had a lot of unhealthy food in a day, then you could choose to fast the following day to balance things. Eating healthy is very necessary as they say a man is what he eats, and this should always be remembered.

Well, those are some serious healthy meal goals for all of us.

What’s your idea of eating a healthy, nutritious meal? Share with your comments below.


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