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It's a known fact that water is the elixir of life. Our body consists of 60% water and interestingly our brain is made up of 73% water. Not keeping yourself hydrated affects our brain activity as well. What happens if you don't drink enough water? Well, a lot of things. Muscle cramps, fatigue, extreme thirst, dry mouth, mild constipation, temporary lightheadedness and more. How does hydration help us? It keeps the blood pressure optimised, body temperature correct, joints are lubricated, waste is removed out of the body, good digestion. Exercising and keeping the body fit is important. But do not forget to keep your body hydrated this summer.
Can I eat seeds & nuts after Bariatric Surgery? Everyone likes to munch on a handful of peanuts. But people who have undergone Gastric bypass surgery need to take care how a fist full of nuts can affect your body. Nuts are to be completely avoided in the first 3 months after surgery. Although seeds and nuts have a bit of protein in them and do not fill your stomach, take care to know that they contain a large amount of fat, meaning a lot of calories. 3 months after weightloss surgery, a few nuts can be had in extremely little quantities. Do not make the mistake of eating nuts between meals and later thinking “How did I increase my weight?” The culprit might be the nuts you are snacking on.
Apple, a good fruit choice 100grams of apple has approx 49calories and 2 gms fibre. Apples are about 85% water by weight, hence they can make you feel full with very few calories. Apples are extremely rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients that could help reduce the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. Apples also have a low glycemic index (GI)and glycemic load (GL), hence they cause a minimal rise in blood sugar levels However, apples can cause bloating in some due to the fructose and high fiber content which can both be fermented in the large intestine, and may cause gas and bloating. #TODSindia #drtulips #nutrition #fitness #apple #Tuesdaymotivation #diet #koramangala #DrTulipsHospital
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