04092021-LSTL-01.qxd 9/3/2021 11:17 PM Page 1 c m y b TO STOP A FUTURE PANDEMIC Spotify’s original podcast, Virus 2062, voiced by Bollywood actors and couple, Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal, is out! The audio thriller is a 10-episode one release which centres around “patient 63” (Ali Fazal), who says he’s time travelled from the past to prevent a pandemic. The podcast is an adaptation of Caso 63, an original from Chile. TRIBUNE In hot seat The Shaandaar Shukravaar episode on Kaun Banega Crorepati 13 will see cricket legends Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag as the special guests. IANS LUDHIANA | SATURDAY | 4 SEPTEMBER 2021 The Covid pandemic has underlined the importance of nutrition. As we celebrate Nutrition Week, celebs tell us how they ensure balanced meals... Mona Ensure necessary nutrients T I don’t diet; I just take care of my calories intake. My only mantra is to not skip any meal and drink lots of water. I believe even if you don’t work out, having a healthy diet with all the necessary nutrients in it will also keep you fit. — Rajat Verma HE pandemic has taught us many things; one of them is to take one’s nutrition seriously. One doubts if before the Covid pandemic, anyone had taken fibre, fruits to supplements this seriously. As we celebrate Nutrition Week, we reach out to actors to know how they ensure proper nutrition given their erratic work schedules and demands of looking fit, always! Fruit, veggies & nuts I am super conscious of what I eat. I start my day with warm water. I love my nuts – soaked almonds, walnuts, chia seed and flaxseeds. And, also, five vegetables and five fruits each day. I equally love my wine and cheese. To ensure proper nutrition, my focus is in quality food, and eating in moderation. — Karishma Kotak Making life fruitful A wholesome diet Frequent healthy meals Packed with protein Maintain the macros I keep unhealthy foods out of the house. I munch on fruits and vegetables every two hours. I always carry healthy snacks. Home-cooked food is the best. My dietician prepares a diet chart to make me have different types of food every day. — Geetika Nutrition is obviously very important. I choose my diet plan very carefully. I take 3-4 small meals in a day, simple yet healthy. Dal and rice are a must in my meal every day. I go for protein-rich diets are very helpful to stay fit. But excess of protein is also not advised. One must ensure the nutrients should be in a proper proportion. I am also particular about Vitamin C for a glowing skin. — Afreen Rahat It’s very important to know your body. Not everything works for everyone, so figure out what’s best for you and stick to that. I believe that a healthy gut and body helps you stay active and improves mental health. I subscribe to a meal plan which really helps me maintain my macros. In supplements, I only use Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) and protein shakes. — Anushka Ranjan Mehandru Working in a demanding profession, it’s imperative that one takes care of what one eats. I believe in having a wholesome diet. I just control my portions. Neither do I like processed foods. I am all for homemade food. I love my paranthas. I also have a good quality multi-vitamin and Omega supplement. — Sapna Thakur Quality over quantity Being in the field that I am, I do intermittent fasting 16:8. In the eight hour window that I eat, I am able to have only 2/3 meals a day. But I pack these meals with high quality protein, carbs and good fat. Also, I bank on supplements to fill any gaps. — Shama Sikander c m y b
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