As someone who has been trying to lose weight for almost a year, I can assure you how important it is to make changes in your diet. It not only helps you lose weight but also keeps you healthy. Eating healthy and living healthy is an essential part of weight loss. However, when it comes to following a weight loss-friendly diet, most of us are confused about what to eat. Even though you can find tons of high-protein, low-calorie weight loss recipes on the internet, some of them might require ingredients that we don't have. So, what to do at those times? Well, Bhagyashree has just the solution for you. Recently the Maine Pyar Kiya actress shared the importance of water vegetables in one of her Instagram posts.
Bhagyashree, in her post, wrote, "Watching your weight? Have water vegetables. Water is essential for the proper functioning of our bodies. It needs to be replenished everyday as all our metabolic functions need water to expel toxins from our body. Having these water vegetables supports and eases the system to work more efficiently. Do include these in your everyday food."
Her video post begins by her explaining how our bodies are 70% water. And that "a lot of toxins get eliminated from our bodies." She further adds, "Our bodies require water to be replenished. The easiest way to do that could be with drinking water. But what also helps is having water vegetables. "
Then she explains what vegetables one can have. She mentions vegetables such as "bottle gourd, spinach, tomatoes, cabbage, cucumber, lettuce and even zucchini. All these vegetables have more than just replenish water. They have dietary fibre, which not only helps in digestion but also in maintaining insulin levels. It is low in calories. It is the perfect vegetable for those who are on diet or trying to lose weight." Take a look at her post here:
So, if you are on a weight loss journey too, follow these tips!
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