Health and wellness are very important for an Individual. If the balance fluctuates leads to several diseases. Due to Hectic life scheduled, it’s not easy to keep a check on Fulfilling Basic Nutritional Requirements. Whether you are on a vegan or non-vegan diet, the three main nutrients Proteins, Carbohydrates, and Fats may be a shortfall. It’s because mainly you are not taking the appropriate diet. Or just follow the similar diet pattern, in which necessary ingredients shortfall.
To take this further, I’m sharing my experience that I learn from #Fillingthegap Campaign organize by GNC India. The campaign aims to create awareness about the nutritional gaps that exist in people’s dietary intake. In addition, it aims to highlight the importance of filling these nutritional gaps with the right solutions to lead a healthy life.
#Fillingthegap Campaign Panel discussion has been attended by personalities like U-19 cricket sensation Mr. Manjot Kalra, Apollo Hospitals Chief Dietician Ms.Anita and Apollo Hospitals Senior Consultant on Cardiovascular Surgery Dr.Mukesh Goel and Mr.Shadab Khan, CEO GNC India.
They discuss the importance of Health and Wellness by Fulfilling Basic Nutritional Requirements. According to the various health issues are caused by the lifestyle factors especially unhealthy dietary habits. The basic nutrition lack due to improper diet plans and addiction to junk food. Also the nutrient composition of food decrease due to a decrease in soil fertility and overuse of chemicals and storage time.
Mr. Shadab Khan, the CEO, GNC India, said,”Due to hectic lifestyle, consumers take diet which lacks essential nutrients. #Fillingthegap aims to educate consumers about the benefits of complete nutrition and How to fulfill this gap”
Ms. Anita Jatana, Chief Dietician, Apollo Hospital, said, “Owing to the hectic work schedule she hardly eat on time and most important eat right. Due to uneven lifestyle pattern, physical inactivity, unhealthy diet, and food adulteration eventually lead to the chronic diseases. Therefore choosing the Right food and nutrition that balance the essential requirements is most important.
Dr. Mukesh Goel Senior Consultant Cardiovascular Surgery, Apollo Hospital, “Many diseases like diabetes, heart diseases, obesity etc, are a result of uneven lifestyle pattern. The number of Young patients suffering from heart attacks has increased. To keep a check on this, one should include supplement like omega in their daily diet which is good for heart health.The key to good health is to eat judiciously and to be active at all times.”
Commenting on #Fillingthegaps campaign, Mr.Manjot Kalra, U-19 player Indian cricket team, said, “Nutrition requirement vary from individual to individual. Being an athlete I prefer to take what body actually needs while working out. Every individual should Switch To Health and Wellness by Fulfilling Basic Nutritional Requirements.
GNC is the world’s largest company of its kind that offers a premium assortment of health, wellness and performance products, including protein, performance supplements, weight management supplements, vitamins, herbs and greens and wellness supplements. It has over 75 stores in India, served by the panel of qualified nutritionists.
GNC is propagating the idea of having a scientific approach towards Fulfilling Basic Nutritional Requirements for good health and wellness by offering its range of premium products. This will not only be restricted to fitness enthusiasts and athletes but across age groups, to everyone who aspires of healthy living.
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Guardian Healthcare Services Pvt. Ltd.(https://www.guardian.in/) is India’s fastest growing chain of Health & Wellness stores. They sell 100% genuine medicines and OTC products. Their pharmacy has been honored with the “The Chemists India trusts”. Their main aim is to provide a cure, care, and convenience to its customers.
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