Every color represents a vitamin. As per Ayurveda, a balanced diet is one which includes all seven colors and six tastes.
Dr. Aggarwal said that anything which is green and bitter in taste reduces weight, sugar and is good for the heart.
He said that one should be cautious about artificial colors because if they are not permissible, they can be dangerous to the health. Artificial colors are often put into sweets and vegetables so that they look attractive.
If fruits or vegetables appear uniform in color or size at the time of purchase, it should be taken for granted that they are either artificially colored or artificially ripened. Fruits and vegetables that ripen naturally will have varying shades of their color.
White sugar in sweets can lead to uncontrolled diabetes and weight gain in individuals;
Some diet tips
1.Multivitamin tablets are not needed unless there is a scarcity of a particular vitamin.
2.If you include all seven colors and six tastes in your food, there is no need for vitamin supplementation.
3.Wheat grass and barley grass juice contain folic acid and vitamin B12.
4.Anything which is green contains vitamin B.
5.Anything which is red contains lycopene.
6.Citrus foods contain vitamin C.
7.All dry fruits contain vitamin E.
8.Sunlight is an excellent source of vitamin D.
9.Carrots contain vitamin A.
10. Folic acid is lost if the food is boiled and the water is discarded.
11. Vitamin D is not absorbed if exposure to sunlight is through glass.
12. Vitamin D is not absorbed through clothes if you are fully-clothed in sunlight.
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Dr K K Aggarwal
Dr K K Aggarwal