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How to live longer – the best morning tea to prevent an early death and avoid diabetes – Express

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including a well-rounded diet is crucial to prolonging your lifespan.

You could also boost your lifespan by doing regular exercise. Its the miracle cure weve all been waiting for, according to the NHS.

Making some small diet or lifestyle changes could help to increase your life expectancy and avoid an early death.

Drinking green tea is one of the best ways to lower your risk of a premature death, it's been revealed.

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"We know there are no guarantees. But genetics account for just 25 percent of a persons longevity. The rest is up to you," said AARP.

"With this collection of some of the most important longevity findings, youll have the road map you need to get to 80, 90, 100 or beyond.

"If coffees not your thing, green tea also has proven longevity cred, likely because it contains powerful antioxidants known as catechins that may help combat diabetes and heart disease.

"In a large study of more than 40,000 Japanese men and women, drinking five or more cups of green tea a day was associated with a 12 percent decrease in mortality among men and a 23 percent decrease among women."

Meanwhile, you could also lower your risk of early death by regularly eating ginger, it's been revealed.

Ginger has been claimed to reduce inflammation in the colon, which has been linked with bowel cancer.

Dried spices provide the highest concentration of antioxidants, whereas freezing them preserves the antioxidants in fresh spices.

Everyone should liberally add a variety of spices to their meals, nutritionists have urged.

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Add the right foods to your diet to beat the monsoon blues – TheHealthSite

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

The onset of monsoons brings cheer to people. After the heat and dust of the initial dry summer months, you get a respite. But the rainy season also brings with it its own share of maladies. This season has its fair share of illnesses and many diseases rear their heads around this time. Another real problem with the coming of the rainy season is the general feeling of gloom and depression that some people feel. If you feel depressed and lethargic around this time, dont worry. This is just the monsoon blues and you can easily get rid of it. This is also a kind of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) syndrome, which is usually associated with the long and cold winter blues. Also Read - Foods to avoid this monsoon

You get hit by this syndrome when the sun goes into hiding. This is a proven fact. A study at Brigham Young University says that on a rainy day when the sun hardly makes an appearance, people are especially vulnerable to emotional distress. This can happen even to people who are not prone to SAD syndrome. The Journal of Affective Disorders published this study. However, your diet can make a big difference here. Yes, you can easily beat the monsoon blues with the right foods. Let us see what you must include in your diet to give yourself a mood boost during the rainy season. These foods are healthy, it will give you an energy boost and make you happy too. Also Read - Monsoon: Include these healthy foods in your platter

These are loaded with many essential nutrients including antioxidants. Moreover, the burst of flavor you get when you bite into a berry is definitely out of this world. Berries are a good choice if you want to boost your immune system, which is also necessary during monsoons because of the risk of water borne infections. So, load up on cherries, strawberries and blueberries. The colourful fruits will not only lift your mood but also give you a health boost. Also Read - Monsoon diet for Indian women

Whenever you feel that you are slipping into a depressive mood just reach for a handful of nuts. These are healthy and make for wonderful snacks. The best are almonds, cashews and pistachios. Almonds in particular are especially good for booting mood. It reduces stress, gives you an energy boost and also boosts your immune system. Munch on them and feel your mood lifting as you look out at the rain.

Chocolate, especially the dark variety, is good for your mood and heart. But go slow on milk chocolate as it can increase your feeling of lethargy on a rainy day. But dont overdo it and practice moderation.

A cup of hot tea, coffee or milk will give you an instant mood boost. You can add some spices like turmeric, ginger and black pepper to your hot beverage for added flavor and better immunity during monsoons. These beverages will give you a warm and comfortable feeling and make you happy as you battle your monsoon blues.

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ASK THE VET: Cat’s tuna-only diet is incomplete – Arkansas Online

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

Q My elderly cat Tater Tot is losing his appetite for dry cat food, but he loves the tuna I eat. Now that he's eating only tuna, I guess I should ask if that's OK for him.

A It seems you have two concerns: Tater Tot's recent disinterest in dry food and his all-tuna diet.

I'm suspicious that Tater Tot may be experiencing mouth pain that makes crunching dry food uncomfortable, so I suggest he see his veterinarian as soon as possible.

I also am concerned that he is eating only tuna because this diet is nutritionally incomplete and unbalanced.

Tuna is low in vitamin E, so Tater Tot could develop steatitis (stee-ah-TITE'-is), a painful and sometimes fatal inflammation of the body's fat. In addition, tuna's low vitamin K levels can cause internal bleeding.

Cats require large quantities of B vitamins, but tuna provides only tiny amounts. These deficiencies, combined with possible mercury contamination, can cause muscle weakness, loss of coordination, tremors, seizures and other neurologic problems. Tuna is low in calcium, too.

Tuna also contains inadequate linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid that promotes healthy skin. Tuna that is beginning to spoil releases histamine, which can cause skin itchiness and redness.

Conversely, tuna is high in magnesium, which may contribute to feline bladder problems. Moreover, cats fed canned tuna have an increased risk of oral squamous cell carcinoma.

So, schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to figure out why Tater Tot refuses his regular dry food. Until then, feed him canned cat food that's nutritionally complete and balanced and save the tuna for yourself.

Q Two wonderful 4-month-old Labrador retriever puppies joined our family recently. I usually put my dogs on a flea preventive this time of year, but these pups seem too young. Is it OK to give them old-fashioned brewer's yeast to prevent fleas?

A Brewer's yeast is safe, but it doesn't repel or kill fleas.

In 1983, the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association published a report titled "Failure of Brewer's Yeast as a Repellent to Fleas on Dogs." Sixty dogs exposed to fleas were given either brewer's yeast or an inactive placebo for seven weeks. The researchers found that the brewer's yeast was no more effective at protecting the dogs from fleas than the inactive placebo.

Fortunately, a number of effective and safe flea/tick preventives are available. They've been used in millions of dogs, and most are approved for use in young puppies.

They fall into three categories: liquids applied to the skin, chewable tablets and certain collars.

Each category has its advantages and disadvantages. For example, if your two pups roughhouse and mouth each other's necks, the flea/tick collars may be a bad choice.

If you live in an area where heartworms are a problem, consider using a liquid applied to the skin that repels not only fleas and ticks but also mosquitoes, which transmit heartworms.

Your veterinarian can recommend a product that will be safe for your pups and effective against fleas and ticks.

Lee Pickett, VMD, practices companion animal medicine in North Carolina. Contact her at


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How to live longer: Including more of this food in your diet could boost life expectancy – Express

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

The longitudinal data found that those with the lowest vitamin K levels had a 19 percent higher risk of death compared to those with higher selves of the vitamin.

This may be attributed to the benefits associated with vitamin K. It is, after all, known to maintain "healthy blood vessels", says lead study author Kyla Shea, Ph.D., from the Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University.

"There is an important protein in vascular tissue that prevents calcium from building up in artery walls, and it requires vitamin K to function," Shea explained.

"Without vitamin K, this protein is less functional, which may increase susceptibility to calcium accumulation in arterial walls."

READ MORE:Type 2 diabetes symptoms: The sign after eating that could signal you have the condition

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Dr. Kendra Reflects on Jazmin Telling Her Not to Eat Cornbread: "It’s a Bit Too Much" – Bravo

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

This season of Married to Medicine Los Angeles, weve seen Dr. Kendra Segura work with Jazmin Johnson to adopt some new health and fitness habits. But while chatting with The Daily Dish podcast, Dr. Kendra revealed that things got to be a bit too much for her on the June 21 episode, when Jazmin stepped in to enforce her dietary suggestions at Shaniques surprise birthday party, which you can see in the video above.

I was very sleep deprived at that time. And a lot of things were coming at me. And I wanted to have some of her motivation. You know, I wanted inspiration from her cause I saw how disciplined she was, Dr. Kendra explained, adding that she slowly began to see just what she was in for.

Im thinking, OK, you know what? Ive been doing good for the whole week. And now were chilling. Its a party, its a birthday party. And Im thinking that hey, I worked hard the whole week, now I can have a cheat day, said Dr. Kendra. And for Jazmin and myself, that looks completely different. So as you can see, that really got on my nerves.

Dr. Kendra continued to explain that although she has respect for Jazmins discipline, it was too much, too fast, too soon, for her. She also addressed the cornbread situation in an Instagram post on June 22, in which she shared a video of she and Jazmin hanging out in the car.

Did you catch last nights episode? Sometimes you need a friend that will tell you NO! wrote Dr. Kendra.

Want more Married to Medicine Los Angeles? Catch new episodes every Sunday at 9/8c. For a sneak peek of whats still to come in Season 2, check out the preview, below.


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Relationship between dietary habits and rheumatoid arthritis activity –

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

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Monday, 29 June 2020 Dr. Kosaku Murakami

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that mainly affects systemic joints. Without appropriate treatment, persistent polyarthritis (any type of arthritis involving five or more joints simultaneously) leads to joint deformity and functional disability in daily life. The precise cause and development of RA is unclear, but the contribution of both genetic and environmental factors has been suggested. Various environmental factors, such as periodontal bacteria and smoking, are reported to be associated with RA in several epidemiological or basic medical studies.

Dietary habits are important environmental factors which are associated with many diseases. However, the relationship between dietary habits and the pathogenesis or clinical course of RA has not been fully understood. In previous reports from Western countries, fish intake improves RA disease activity, whereas high consumption of fats and sugars worsens it. Consumption of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids improves disease activity of RA and juvenile idiopathic arthritis, JIA (the most common type of arthritis in teens and kids), and a Mediterranean diet may decrease pain in joints in RA patients.

Dietary culture is much different in East Asian countries and Western countries. There has been an increasing interest in the Japanese diet, which is rich in fishes and vegetables. Epidemiological studies focusing on the Japanese diet have been difficult because of the vast variation in Japanese foods, and there have been few reports in Japan on the association of dietary habits with disease activity and the numbers of patients in those reports were small.

This article adapted and summarized from the original reports on a study to evaluate the relationship between dietary habits of RA patients and their disease activity.

(Editors note: This study has 18 co-authors (see tags below), but we only present the affiliation for the corresponding author, Dr. Kosaku Murakami.)

This study enrolled 441 RA patients who met the classification criteria from Kyoto University Rheumatoid Arthritis Management Alliance.It was based on a food frequency questionnaire (FFQ), which is useful for the detection of dietary habits. In this study, a 22-item FFQ was used to clarify the correlation between dietary habits and RA disease activity.

The food items included were meats, fishes, tofu (bean curd), egg, milk, vegetables, fruits, fried foods, cakes, juice, snacks, sweets, miso soup, Japanese-style pickles, ham, frozen foods, small fishes, canned tuna, squid, shellfishes, fish eggs and fish pastes. In the questionnaire, the patients selected a choice from the list of their intake frequency for each food: 1 = less than once a month, 2 = once to three times a month, 3 = once or twice a week, 4 = three or four times a week, 5 = five or six times a week, 6 = once a day, 7 = twice a day, 8 = three times a day. The answers were checked by clinical staffs.

For detailed information on patients and methods; clinical parameters; the food frequency questionnaire; and statistical analyses, refer to the original publication.

In this study, the dietary habits detected for 22-item food frequency questionnaires (FFQ) were collected from 441 RA patients, and their correlations with RA disease activity were statistically analyzed. This patient cohort was characterized by long disease duration, low disease activity and high frequency of disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drug (DMARD) use.

Data analysis showed that the 22 food items could be categorized into five dietary patterns, as follows: seafoods, vegetables/fruits, meats/fried foods, snacks, and processed foods. Using these factors, multivariate analysis adjusted for clinically significant confounders [variables that influence both the dependent variable and independent variable, causing a false association] showed negative correlation of seafoods and vegetables/fruits with disease activity markers, and indicated that high intake frequency of vegetables and/or seafoods was correlated with low disease activity.

In previous reports from Western countries, high consumption of fishes containing omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) was related to low RA disease activity, whereas greater consumption of fats and sugars was related to high RA disease activity. In another report, it was suggested that high intake of fish might be associated with low disease activity. The results in our study are consistent with the findings in these previous reports.

Previous reports from Japan have reported that the intake of omega3-PUFAs, fish oil and monounsaturated fatty acids might be associated with low disease activity. The results of these reports are consistent with the findings of our study; it is also relevant that the number of patients in these reports were smaller than the numbers in our study.

Our study and results have strong points. First, the number of patients in our research was larger than that in previous reports, because the FFQs we used were more concise than other well-known FFQs. Second, the five dietary patterns were identified and the multivariate (simultaneous observation and analysis of more than one outcome variable) analysis we used with these patterns revealed the negative correlations of the vegetables/fruits or seafoods with disease activity. A negative correlation of seafoods with disease activity was not detected by the univariate (only one variable) analysis with the individual food items.

These results allow two possible interpretations. First, greater consumption of vegetables and/or seafoods decreases RA disease activity. In previous studies, the Mediterranean diet, which is rich in vegetables, alleviated arthralgia (joint pain) in RA patients. In epidemiological and basic studiesPUFAs and their metabolites, which are rich in seafoods, decreased the severity of arthritis.

Also, protein may play a beneficial role in rheumatoid arthritis. Chronic inflammation of RA leads to sarcopenia (a gradual decline in muscle mass due to aging, leading to decreased functional capacity of muscles), which might be improved by the protein from seafoods. And disease activity might influence dietary habits; for example, a high disease activity of RA might decrease the capacity to cook meals, leading to diminished frequency of vegetable or seafood consumption.

Our study had limitations, including that it could determine the causality or rule out the possibility of unmeasured confounders, such as socioeconomic status. For example, the high use rate of biological DMARDs implies a high-income population, which might lead to small impacts of socioeconomic status on disease activity or dietary habits. Second, this study might be affected by recall bias and inaccurate remembrance of past dietary habits.

Results of this study revealed that high frequency consumption of vegetables and/or seafood was correlated with low disease activity in this Japanese cohort of RA patients. To our best knowledge, few reports from the non-western countries have focused on a comprehensive evaluation of dietary habits and their relationship to disease activity. Our study suggests that more intake of vegetables or seafoods could reduce RA disease activity, but further research ach should be carried out to better clarify the precise impact of dietary habits on disease activity of RA.

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Who Says You Can’t Eat Bread on the Keto Diet? Not Mikey’s – PRNewswire

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

BETHLEHEM, Pa., July 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Mikey's, provider of high-quality, nutritious frozen products that are made with simple and recognizable ingredients, knows that a true burger is not complete without being nestled between a warm toasted bun. This Independence Day and all summer long, there is no need to be the only one at the party eating your BBQ favorites on a lettuce wrap because Mikey's has you covered. With only 2 net carbs and 9 grams of protein, Mikey'sOriginal, Grain-Free English Muffins are the perfect Keto and Paleo bun option to enjoy classic summer recipes such as Burgers and BBQ Chicken sandwiches.

Founded by Michael Tierney, a classically trained chef, Mikey's meets the high standards required to deliver on taste without compromising on nutrition. Utilizing his culinary training, Mikey used only eight simple ingredients found right in his kitchen to create his first product, the English Muffin, and the recipe has not changed. Mikey's is committed to creating products that not only taste great, but are also free from many common allergens such as gluten, grain, soy and dairy to best serve all people no matter what allergen-free or dietary lifestyle they follow. Free of all additives and preservatives, Mikey's is dedicated to clean, nutritious and simple ingredients that leave you feeling great.

Summer is the time to celebrate with family and friends while enjoying great American classics. However, increasing dietary interests and restrictions can sometimes make classic food combinations like Hamburgers and Hotdogs a challenging prospect. Mikey's is proud to offer a high quality and delicious Keto-Certified, Paleo-Certified, Gluten-Free, and Dairy-free bun alternative designed to appeal to the Keto, Low Carb, and Allergen community. "Gluten-free is just one attribute of Mikey's. Our English Muffins are Certified Keto, Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free and low in carbs!" says Michael Tierney, CEO and Founder ofMikey's.

Mikey'saims to serve those with alternative dietary needs and allergies this summer by offering fans the option to swap the classical carb-heavy burger bun with a health-conscious, wholesome Mikey's Muffin. Light in calories and sugar yet packed with fiber, protein and natural fats these muffins are the ideal Ketogenic burger bun option. Light, versatile and perfectly shaped for burgers, Mikey'sMuffinsare unique, tasty, and hit on the universal craving to enjoy certain foods "normally" but more nutritiously.

Mikey'scontinues to be a market leader in meeting the needs of allergen friendly, clean label, better-for-you consumers by offering meal solutions for every eating occasion. For kids and adults following a ketogenic, low carb, gluten free or dairy-free lifestyle, Mikey's offers great tasting food to meet their everyday needs.

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About Mikey's LLCMikey's is a labor of love from the kitchen of Michael Tierney, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America who trained in several of the world's most acclaimed restaurants. Recognized by Forbes as one of its 30-Under-30, Tierney's commitment is always to deliver products made with clean ingredients, taste great, and are free from common allergens. In addition to being Certified Gluten-Free, non-GMO and Certified Paleo, all of Mikey's products are free from dairy, grain and soy. Mikey's is available in more than 7,000 stores nationwide in the natural and grocery channels. To learn more visit the website at, or follow the brand on Instagram (@Mikeys), Twitter (@MikeysMuffins), or Facebook (@EatMikeys).

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This Mango Chia Pudding Is The Best Addition You Can Make To Your Summer Diet – NDTV Food

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm


Let's admit it, the sweltering heat has been all things intolerable so far, but thankfully there have been a few summery staples that kept us going anyway. From lemonades to lassi, melons to mangoes, the list is long and intensely satisfying. While we don't know about you, but we definitely have a special bias for mangoes. Vibrant, pulpy and juicy, mango is also called 'King of fruits' and has multiple variants like safeda, alphonso, dussehri, chausa and langda. While the nation is divided over the best variety of mango, but it is safe to say that the nation is, in fact, obsessed with the summer fruit - the innumerable mango-based preparations are proof.

Speaking of mango-based preparations, one has to admit that there is no limit to which you can experiment with mangoes. From desserts to jams, smoothies and salads, you can rustle up a range of delicacies with a few mango chunks.

(Also Read:5 Offbeat Mango Delights To Try This Summer Season)

There have been certain myths surrounding mango's inconspicuous link with weight gain. However, celebrity nutritionist Pooja Makhija on a live session with NDTV Food, set the recordstraight. She said that eating seasonal fruits and vegetables is an incredible weight loss strategy. And eating mangoes in moderation does no harm to your weight loss goals either, the fruit is a storehouse of antioxidants and minerals and you should go for it.

If you are wondering how exactly can you incorporate mango in your weight loss diet, then we are here to help.This mango chia pudding, for instance, could be a fun addition to your breakfast or evening snacks. Packed with goodness of yogurt and chia seeds, the pudding is profuse with protein. Protein as you must know helps build muscle; in addition to that, it helps satiate you. If you feel full, you would refrain from mindless munching and thus shed those extra pounds a little more easily.

(Also Read:Top 5 Health Benefits of Chia Seeds)

Chia seeds come loaded with some of the most essential nutrients including iron, calcium, thiamin, manganese, magnesium, zinc, phosphorous, B vitamins, folate and riboflavin.

This cheesecake-like pudding is layered with yogurt mixed with chunky chia, biscuit crumbs, freshly cut mangos and garnished with mint leaves. Every bite promises a burst of freshness and delectable textures. If you want to rule out the biscuit layer you can.

Do try it at home and let us know how you liked it in the comments below!

(This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not claim responsibility for this information.)

About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.

This Mango Chia Pudding Is The Best Addition You Can Make To Your Summer Diet - NDTV Food

Eczema treatment – the best dinner food you should be adding to your shopping list – Express

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

Eczema is a very common condition that tends to come and go, dependent on the weather, and the health of your skin.

Young children are most at risk of developing eczema symptoms, but it could also develop in later life.

If you have eczema, your symptoms can vary between small patches of dry skin, to widespread, inflamed areas of cracked skin.

But one of the easiest ways to avoid itchy eczema pain is to eat fish.

READ MORE: Eczema treatment - 2 common oil to relieve your dry and itchy skin

"Home remedies and natural treatments can soothe the dry, itching skin that comes with eczema," it said.

"Eczema is an inflammatory condition, which means that it causes inflamed, red, sore skin.

"Certain foods can cause or reduce inflammation in the body, and making a few key dietary changes could help diminish eczema flares.

"Examples of anti-inflammatory foods include fish, leafy greens, beans and lentils, colourful fruits, vegetables, [and] turmeric and cinnamon."

But, there are also some foods that you should avoid, or risk painful eczema flare-ups, it added.

Common inflammatory foods include eggs, dairy, soy and wheat.

Cutting back on the amount of inflammatory foods in your diet may help to prevent flare-ups.

Some people are more susceptible to developing symptoms after eating certain foods, so it may be worth keeping a food diary to keep track of your symptoms after each meal.

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Heres Anil Kapoors Strict Diet & Workout Routine That Give Him The Power Of De-Ageing –

Posted: June 29, 2020 at 1:50 pm

We have been told that superheroes dont exist in real life and that human beings arent blessed with superhuman powers and yet, we seeAnil Kapoordefying science and staying young year after year.

He isnt losing hair, isnt developing a fat belly and continues to move and dance like himself from over three decades ago. If that wasnt enough, in recent years it seems as if the man has started the process of de-ageing and even gaining a couple of pounds of pure muscle to go with his timeless swagger.

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But how does he do it? Somejadibooti? Anti-Ageing supplements? STEROIDS? Well, none of those options.

Heres Anil Kapoors Strict Diet & Workout Routine That Prevents Him From Ageing:

Anil Kapoors Workout Routine:

The actor comes from a family of walkers, people who believe that in order to stay fit, all you need to do is walk and even though he used to follow the belief system for years, he has started mixing it up with age.

Truly dedicated, Kapoor exercises every single day of the week.

He goes to the gym for three days and spends between two-three hours, focusing on multiple muscle groups a day and at least a 10-minute cardio session.

On the rest of the days, he tries to work out in the open. A cardio session on a race track or sneaking a core workout in the grass is what he is fond of.

Hot Yoga is something he also does religiously to sweat more and burn those calories faster.

Anil Kapoors Diet Plan:

Twitter /Anil Kapoor

Just like actor Suniel Shetty, Anil Kapoor believes in starting the day with a big breakfast followed by smaller and smaller meals throughout the day.

He eats five-six times in 24 hours in small portions in order to prevent overeating and boost metabolism.

Also Read:At 58, Suniel Shettys Diet & Workout Allow Him To Be One Of The Fittest Indian Celebrities

Essential Foods In His Diet:


Whole Eggs

Protein Shake

Chicken Breast








Brown Rice





Sleep Cycle:

Despite his gruelling schedule, Anil Kapoor tries his best to maintain a seven-eight hour sleep cycle. He goes to bed by 10 PM or at max by 11 PM and is ready to get out of bed at 6 AM sharp, every single day.

'Bad' Habits:

The 63-year-old tries to stay away from junk food as much as possible, although he likes to indulge in a few samosas from time to time. He doesnt drink or smoke and believes that is the reason why he was considered a very boring person in his 20s and 30s because of it.

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