The Lifestyle Diet By Dr. Rohini PatilOctober 5, 2021
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The Lifestyle Diet is a culmination of Rohini Bhatia’s years of practice in the fields of diet, nutrition, fitness, mental health, and overall lifestyle. The icing on the (gluten-free) cake? This book includes 101 diet plans that cater to all kinds of lifestyles. Here’s a glimpse:
ROUTINE DIET: Diet is a pattern of food consumption. Every household community, country, and region has its own predominant diets. In the world of fitness and nutrition, we follow diets or patterns of eating to achieve certain goals.
A routine Diet is a pattern of diet which you can consume in your day-to-day lifestyle. It is meant to take care of micro and macronutrients, and your emotional and mental well-being.
This pattern or routine cannot be the same for years together or even months together; it needs to change according to the weather; your health, nutritional deficiencies, health goals, body activity, stress levels, moods, and mainly likes and dislikes.
INTERMITTENT FASTING: Intermittent fasting is when you cycle between the eating and fasting period, there is a particular period of time you are allowed to eat, and then you need to fast for longer hours.
It’s a time-specific diet in which usually 16:8 ratio of time is followed, basically, your eating window should be of 8 hours in which you can eat your meals, and fasting window is of 16 hours in which you shouldn’t consume anything. You can have green tea, black tea, or lemonade in the fasting period but should not consume sugar in any form in the fasting window.
Intermittent fasting is beneficial in many ways, IF reduces insulin which initiates fat burning and also helps in lowering the risk of type 2 diabetes, stimulates cellular repair, helps in reducing the oxidative stress and inflammation in the body, IF also promotes heart health. Intermittent fasting results last for a longer time and this diet is easier to follow.
About the Book – Lifestyle Diet
‘Diet’ is an overused and underrated word, and people don’t realize the importance of diet as one of the indispensable components of a holistic lifestyle. This book talks about the various components that contribute to a healthy lifestyle that are unique in their own ways. It starts from gut health and makes its way to the superfoods that are the most talked-about nowadays. It shares some of the practical techniques and some very handy checklists to make your lifestyle diet work. The icing on the cake is definitely the 101 diet plans that cater to all kinds of lifestyles. With a section on the importance of meditation and pranayama as well, The Lifestyle Diet is a culmination of the author’s several years of practice in the fields of diet, nutrition, fitness, mental health, and overall lifestyle.
About The Author: Dr. Rohini Patil, MBBS, is a passionate nutritionist and founder of Nutracy Lifestyle. She has successfully written and implemented over 1,200 diet plans for her clients. An official nutritionist on board with National Indian Athletes (GAIL, NYCS), Patil has won awards such as the FSSAI Eat Right Award (as a social media influencer). Patil has been a guest lecturer of diet and nutrition at various institutions and health events. She has also participated in the radio show called Healthy Lifestyle with Dr. Rohini (since 2019) on Radio 94.3 Tomato broadcasted in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. division, expenditure monitoring division, the India International Institute of Democracy and Election Management, and launched the National Voters Day.
About Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers LLC is one of the Big Five English-language publishing companies, alongside Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Hachette, and Macmillan. The company is headquartered in New York City and is a subsidiary of News Corp. The name is a combination of several publishing firm names: Harper & Row, an American publishing company acquired in 1987—whose own name was the result of an earlier merger of Harper & Brothers (founded in 1817) and Row, Peterson & Company—together with UK publishing company William Collins, Sons (founded in 1819), acquired in 1989. (Source Wikipedia)