Tanuj Vir­wani,

Health & Nutrition - - CELEB SPECIAL -

Ac­tor “I try and play cricket and foot­ball in the rains. Also, I do boot camps which re­ally test my men­tal strength and keep my spir­its up. “My diet is pretty much the same and doesn’t de­pend on the weather. Stay­ing at home dur­ing the mon­soon makes me eat more. Off late, though, I have been on a low­carb high-pro­tein diet. “Mon­soon tends to be very hu­mid and pol­luted so it’s es­sen­tial to ex­fo­li­ate your face reg­u­larly. I take steam and sauna, and wash my hair reg­u­larly as it tends to get oily and catch a lot of dirt and grime. “Eat veg­gies. Drink lots of wa­ter. Ex­er­cise reg­u­larly. Don’t be­come a couch potato. Don’t con­sume al­co­hol ex­ces­sively. Don’t smoke. Don’t eat deep-fried food. Th­ese are my mon­soon well­ness mantras.”

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