Are You Consulting The Clock

Before Eating Healthy ?

December, 2018
The Master Responds

Obtaining the desired body goals does not completely depend on the kind of food we eat, but also on the time of the day it is consumed. Adding fruits and vegetables to our diet at odd hours of the day affects our bodies differently at different times. For example, we are all aware of the fact that curd is a great agent of good bacteria and is healthy for the gut, but if it is consumed in the evening or night, it promotes the danger of mucus production. In this way, we obtain minimal benefits of ingesting healthy foods, primarily because of the inaccurate diet plans. Irrespective of the healthy choices you make, it is important to eat foods at the right time for its optimum benefits. Below are the listed foods which require a suitable intake plan to avoid their ill-effects.


Best time- Day
Worst time- Night

For vegetarians, cheese serves to be the best alternative for meat. The ideal time of consuming cheese is early morning with your breakfast. Cheese is packed with Vitamin A, Calcium, and Foliate. If consumed in moderate proportions, one can get enough of the required vitamins and calcium. One must avoid eating cheese at night because the digestive tract of our body slows down and makes it difficult for cheese to get digested since it is highly caloric and heavy by nature which leads to a high potential for fat production. Hence cheese can be consumed in the morning in moderation for obtaining its maximum benefits.

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