4 Diet Changes to adopt for an Active Lifestyle - Fast&Up

Diet Changes to adopt for an Active Lifestyle

Diet-Changes-to-adopt-for-an-Active-Lifestyle

Active Lifestyle is always associated with doing intense exercises, going to gym and working out hard, running daily for miles or practicing yoga daily. However, being active not only means that you are shred lots of sweat but you eat nutrient-dense foods to provide your body with the needed nutrients. Whether your goal is to lose weight or just maintain a healthy body your, diet is your quiet important and here are few tips for you –

1. Increase Your Protein Intake

The RDA for protein is 0.8 to 1gm of protein but when you follow an active lifestyle your protein requirement increases up to 1.2 to 2 gm of protein daily. As the more active, you are your muscle wear and tear increases that makes muscle recovery quite crucial to muscle health and active lifestyle goals which in turn require you to consume more protein. Protein supplements can be an ideal choice for those who want to meet their daily protein requirements.

Protein Shake

2. Consume Balanced Meal Plate

A balanced meal plate is not the one that has too many vegetables or fruits but it is the one which has all the required nutrients in it and that too in the right quantity. Your ideal meal plate should be divided into 2:1:1 ratio of vegetables, protein and carbs. This will help your body to function smoothly as it will get all the required nutrients.

3. One Multivitamin Daily

Most of balance being active with being a workaholic. Given the busy nature of our lifestyles, it is imperative that we feed our body with all the essential vitamins and minerals. However, the foods habit that we follow may not provide our body with enough nutrients. This makes consuming a multivitamin daily necessary to bridge nutritional gaps if any and help maintain healthy and active life.

4. Avoid Junk Food

All the hard work that you do to make sure you are active like going daily to gym, playing any sport, running, cycling or swimming and following a healthy diet at the same time will go in vain if you don’t stop eat junk food. Yes, you can have cheat days but eating junk food on a regular basis can lead to health complications like weight gain, weak immune system, impaired brain functions, etc.

Follow these tips of enjoy an active and healthy life.

To know more about active nutrition, visit – www.fastandup.in

Gurpreet Bhurji

-Expert and Writer

Disclaimer: Fast&Up Products are all FSSAI approved and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please read product packaging carefully prior to purchase and use. The results from the products will vary from person to person. The information/articles  on Fast&Up ( www.fastandup.in or subdomains)  is provided for informational purpose only and is not meant to substitute for the advice provided by your doctor or other healthcare professionals.