A Healthy Life­style

Southasia - - Editor’s Mail -

Your story on main­tain­ing and balancing a healthy diet was very in­sight­ful. The di­et­ing phe­nom­e­non has re­cently taken root in South Asia. Due to the sud­den pop­u­lar­ity of the con­cept, many peo­ple are des­per­ate to see in­stant changes and as a re­sult en­gage in un­healthy, harm­ful and un­re­al­is­tic diet plans. The cen­tral idea of adopt­ing a diet plan is sus­tain­abil­ity. This is par­tic­u­larly im­por­tant for those who are ex­tremely

over­weight. Weight loss is a pro­ce­dure, which takes place over time. If fol­lowed cor­rectly, most peo­ple are able to grad­u­ally cut down their weight while re­main­ing healthy and ac­tive. Those that look for dras­tic changes of­ten leave long-term detri­men­tal ef­fects on their body. The writer’s ad­vice about sus­tain­ing a balanced diet was very help­ful. In­creas­ing ones in­take of nu­tri­tious goods and ab­stain­ing from junk food will not only make you look bet­ter but also feel bet­ter. Di­et­ing must be done with com­mit­ment, pa­tience and re­spect for your body.

Ganesh Shas­tri Kath­mandu, Nepal

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