If there's one celebrity who is the ultimate fitness influencer on Instagram, it has to be Shilpa Shetty. The actress puts in a lot of hard work into herself by including a combination of Yoga, strength training and cardio in her fitness regime. Apart from rigorous training, Shilpa Shetty also follows an enviable diet to stay fit and healthy. She often takes to Instagram to share the gluten-free, vegan and sugar-free goodies that she incorporates in her daily diet. However, the actress recently shared a post about how she managed to eat fewer calories with every meal - by simply chewing her food properly. Take a look:
In the caption, Shilpa Shetty wrote about how it eating a healthy diet isn't just about what or when you eat, but also how you chew your food and whether you are chewing it properly. She quoted the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and said that chewing food properly could help one eat 12% lesser calories.
"Eating right isn't just about eating healthy food or consuming food in moderation. It also includes when, what, and how you eat. The more you patiently chew every morsel, the easier it is to digest. Moreover, chewing food more thoroughly also increases blood flow to the stomach and gut," she wrote in her post. Shilpa Shetty also shared her beautiful thought about eating food with gratitude. "Relish the food you eat with gratitude, and your body will thank you. After all, the food you put into your system and the way you do so reflects on the outside. You are what (and how) you eat," said Shilpa Shetty in the caption.
We all could definitely take notes from Shilpa Shetty's simple hack to eat fewer calories! Simply chew right and see the magic happen. What did you think of the amazing hack by Shilpa Shetty? Tell us in the comments below. Meanwhile, on the work front, Shilpa Shetty was last seen in 'Hungama 2' which was released in July 2021. Her upcoming films include 'Nikamma' alongside Abhimanyu Dassani and a romantic entertainer called 'Ramchari 2.0'.
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