You must be familiar with the quote “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. But did anyone tell you when to have this apple.
How much time does body takes to easily break it down? Time is everything when it comes to food. So today we’ll discuss about the various foods and the best time to have that food.
Bananas: Bananas are fibrous and help in digestion. Being a natural antacid, you should prefer having it at noon and should avoid it at night because it might lead to mucus formation and cold. Bananas are very healthy before or after the workout.
Rice: Best time to have rice is lunch. Metabolism is higher during the day so it will give ample time to the carbohydrates in rice to digest. Rice in your dinner can increase body fat.
Milk: Early morning is the best time to drink milk. It makes us active the entire day. Milk is digested with sun’s heat. Milk should be consumed 3 hours before going to bed. Never go to bed immediately after drinking milk.
Curd: Curd consumed during the day assists in digestion and soothes the digestive system. If you are prone to cold and cough, avoid curd at night as it leads t mucus formation.
Nuts: Morning is the best time to eat dry fruits like almonds and walnuts to give your body a fresh and healthy start. You can also have dry fruits as snacks before lunch or in the evening to provide energy and strength to continue with your routine.
Eggs: Eggs can be the best breakfast option for people who love to have it. You can have eggs 30mins post-workout because eggs are highly nutritious and have proteins.
Juices: Drinking juice in the morning half an hour before any meal is the most beneficial time to have fresh juice. At this time, your stomach is empty. It can absorb anything you consume.
Sugary Foods/Desserts: Our body insulin is more effective in fighting sugar in the morning. The chances of you burning sugar throughout the day via your daily activities are more. Sugary food consumed at night can increase body fat. Dueto come digestive issues you may feel uncomfortable during sleep.
Water: 1 glass of lukewarm water after waking up. 1 glass of water 30min before a meal. 1 glass of water before workout. A glass of water 1 hour after a meal. 1 glass before bed time. Lots of water when you are ill and tired.Send in your query to know about any other food which is a part of your daily diet but you still don’t know the right time to have it.