Mahatma Gandhi said this once, “It is health which is real wealth, and not pieces of gold and silver”. Now that’s one adage, which will never lose its relevance. If you have the health, nobody can stop you from achieving all the gold or silver or whatever it is that you are after.
It’s true that, ‘An unhealthy body weakens the mind’*. The food we eat has a direct implication on our health. Whether we are obese, diabetic, have a heart condition, tired or energetic; it’s all because of the food that our body intakes. All unhealthy symptoms are the body telling in its way, to do something about the lifestyle and eating habits.
Of course, there are medicines to cure or mask all those symptoms. But, if by making a healthy change to the lifestyle, one can reduce dependency on medicines, then, why not?
Our body needs nutrients on a daily basis. The current fast lifestyle has given in way to various fast food options which necessarily doesn’t provide nutrition. We cannot avoid junk food, given our lifestyle, but by providing the body with essential nutrients on daily basis, we can surely minimize the internal wear and tear and reduce the chances of it manifesting into some serious disease. One must find out more about the food one eats and eat right. Prevention is always better than cure.
One healthy food option one must consider including into the daily diet is Jackfruit. Jackfruit is one such food which when eaten in its raw stage provides with various benefits. From aiding a healthy digestion to providing protection against cancer; strengthening immunity and increasing energy to beating diabetes; controlling asthma to improving vision; Jackfruit, packed with fiber, vitamin, mineral and other nutrients; is a bundle of goodness. Learn more about the humble jackfruit , and check out the recipes of the everyday meals with goodness of jackfruit infused into it.
It is imperative that people get mindful of their diets and overall health. Not only is eating right cost effective but comes with no side effects!
*a quote by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (a Francophone Genevan philosopher, writer, and composer of the 18th century)