Time always plays an important role in our daily life. Time and discipline are related to each other which can lead our life to a beautiful destination. From the early morning to the night if we follow everything timely, we definitely feel fresh, fit and fine. So, one should follow the time from eating to going to the bed. We take many initiations through food, exercise to maintain ourselves, but time is a crucial factor that can stimulate your diet chart and will be more helpful for health.
People often can remember that exercise should be practised at an ideal time and must try to maintain it. Even with food intake, it is important that you know what is the right time to eat some food item. Every day we consume all kinds of food. However, due to our lack of awareness we consume them at the wrong time, that is why instead of losing weight we end up gaining it.
Here is given below a list of foods with proper timing;
Potatoes are a rich source of carbohydrate. It enhances our energy levels. This right time to consume it is morning as an option for breakfast or afternoon. Avoid eating it at night as it harms your sleep routine.
We all have heard this phrase that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, it is because apple is a rich source of iron. Generally, you should avoid consuming it with milk. If you like consuming milk in the morning, the avoid the intake of apple. You can have an apple in afternoon or after dinner.
The banana provides a quick dose of energy. It contains vitamins and minerals that keep your body pumped up. The potassium in it makes it a superfood. And the ideal time to consume it is in the morning or as an evening snack option.
Oranges are the rich source of vitamin C. You can consume orange at any time of the day. However, people who have acidity should avoid consuming oranges in the early morning. As this might lead to heartburn and acidity.
Rice contains carbohydrates, calcium, iron among other nutrients. You can have rice in the afternoon, but it is not healthy to consume rice in the night time. As it leads to weight gain.
In the Morning Don’t skip breakfast. Reporting in the American Heart Association journal Circulation, Harvard School of Public Health researchers studied the health outcomes of 26,902 male health professionals ages 45 to 82 over a 16-year period. They discovered that the men who skipped breakfast had a 27% higher risk of heart attack or death from heart disease than those who honoured the morning meal. According to the scientists, skipping breakfast may make you hungrier and more likely to eat larger meals, which leads to a surge in blood sugar. Such spikes can pave the way for diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels, all risk factors that can snowball into a heart attack.
In the 1960s, nutritionist Adelle Davis popularized the mantra “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.” Why? Fueling up makes sense earlier in the day when your body needs the most calories for energy. That’s why in many European countries, the largest meal of the day occurs in the afternoon. “Ideally, you want to give yourself fuel before you do harder labour,” says Caplan. If you’re used to eating a smaller meal for lunch and a larger meal later, you can still fill up with a hearty meal that has significantly fewer calories. “A fairly large meal which is full of salad and vegetables [is] big in volume but light in calories,” says Caplan.
Keep it light at Night. “If you go to Europe and places where there is not as much obesity as the rest of the world, people eat very late and they’re not necessarily overweight. That’s because they are walking everywhere and they are typically not eating a huge and heavy meal,” says Caplan. “Instead, it may be avocado and toast with a side of soup.”