Start your day with breakfast!!
Breakfast helps to start the day fresh and energetic, as it prevents situations that will affect the quality of life such as tension, nervousness, sleepiness that may be experienced due to low blood sugar as a result of hunger for a long time.
Opt for healthy snacks instead of high-calorie snacks
“With the quarantine days, only cologne, flour, pasta, dry foods were not run out in the markets. Wafer, chocolate, chips, cola etc. such junk food was emptied in the aisles where the products were sold. Junk food bought for long-term consumption runs out in the few days immediately after shopping. Because it’s harder to refuse food when it’s taken home. So don’t buy unhealthy, packaged, high-calorie food into your home. When you want to consume dessert, you can consume fruit. If the fruit is not enough, you can consume sweets sweetened with fruit sugar.”
Consume enough carbohydrates
Carbs were the first to run out at the grocery stores when they heard about the quarantine. Also, carbohydrates are our source of fiber. Bread regulates blood sugar. It is rich in vitamin B, which supports the nervous system. In addition, the fibers contained in the bread provide a balanced and effective nutrition, giving a feeling of satiety for longer periods of time. Instead of potatoes, bulgur rice, pasta, rice, I recommend whole wheat or siez bread.
Vegetable and fruit consumption
Rich in minerals and vitamins, vegetables and fruits play a role in the formation of resistance against diseases. It provides a sense of saturation and helps the intestines to function properly and to control weight. Therefore, you need to consume 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day.
Consume 2-3 servings of milk and dairy products
Milk and dairy products, which are sources of Protein and calcium, are important for meeting your daily protein requirement.
It is necessary to pay attention to the consumption of water in order to ensure regular body work and fat burning. Those who forget to consume 8-10 glasses of water a day can set up their alarm clocks or use apps that remind them to drink water.
“When a healthy diet is followed, when enough water is drunk, and when the spare time brought by quarantine days is evaluated for exercise, physical change will be possible.