New Delhi: Staying fit and healthy is the order of the day because, with concerns about Covid-19 growing, the only way to fight the pandemic is to have a strong immune system. In this context, what could be nicer than eating healthy?Also Read – Weight Loss Soup: Desi Lauki or bottle gourd soup is the best, here’s why
Recently, actress Rakulpreet Singh shared an insight into an interesting nutritious diet on her Instagram handle. She posed happily with a brightly colored and rich millet husk laden with vegetables. She gave the article a title: “Munching on my millet bowl filled with vegetables. Thanks to Mummun Ganeriwal, I recently switched to millet and I have to say that my body feels great. ” Also read – Flatulence: causes, treatment and foods to prevent
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The “Sardar Ka Grandson” actress has found a friend in her nutritionist Munmun Ganeriwal who helps her to eat healthy and properly. In fact, both Rakul and her nutritionist seem to believe that eating right is about having a diet that includes a variety of foods, rather than eliminating them. The actress also keeps asking her fans and followers to try some of the healthy recipes she shares on her profile. Also Read – Carrot Juice Beneficial For Weight Loss? Read here to find out!
Millet Health Benefits
To the uninitiated, millet is high in niacin, which helps your body manage more than 400 enzyme reactions. It is also important for healthy skin and organ function, according to WebMD. In addition, millet, especially the darker varieties, is also an excellent source of beta-carotene. This natural pigment acts as both an antioxidant and a precursor to vitamin A, helping your body fight off free radicals and supporting the health of your eyes.
In addition to this, they also help control sugar levels, aid digestion, and protect your heart health.
Interestingly, this isn’t the first time Rakul has recognized the vital role their nutritionist plays in leading a healthy, energetic life.
The actress recently shared another post raving about a delicious South Indian breakfast of millet dosa and sambar suggested by the nutritionist herself. She wrote: “This plate of millet dosa and oh boy! how delicious it was !! @ munmun.ganeriwal says millet is “prebiotics” and can help you stay lean and healthy. So I make sure that I eat different ones. By the way, when do you add this superfood to your diet?
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Did you know that rakul recently went vegan? Don’t forget that what you put on your plate is even more important than what you put on your skin. So make wise decisions and stay healthy!