“Health should bring freedom, not restrictions”: Ankita Konwar writes note on fad diets and mindful eating

Celebrities, nutritionists, health and fitness enthusiasts as well as medical professionals have long emphasized the dangers of draconian diets because they can be harmful in the long run. As such, on a fitness or weight loss trip, it is extremely important not only to base your diet and workouts on your current lifestyle and level of fitness, but also to set yourself realistic goals.

Since New Years is when most people venture out on a tighter, faster, and better-looking weight loss journey, fitness enthusiast Ankita Konwar took to Instagram to share her information on weight loss, fad diets and the importance of mindful eating.

She shared a picture of herself enjoying a plate of ‘gud wal Jalebi ‘ or jaggery Jalebi with Saffron Milk in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, and said, “May this remind you that fad diets and magical 10-day transformations never work. What works is a healthy, sustainable lifestyle. She also referred to New Years’ Weight Loss Resolutions and wrote, “Every day is a new day, whether it’s New Years Day or not. Every day we have the freedom to choose.

She then shared her body’s relationship to food: “A lot of people have a love and hate relationship with food and their bodies. But luckily that has never been the case with me. I love my body no matter how many extra pounds I put on or lose every now and then. Konwar added, “A living and breathing human being will always have fluctuating weight. We must never let this get in the way of our choices. Health should bring freedom, not restrictions.

Elaborating on her eating habits, she said, “When it comes to food, I often see people around me all being surprised at the freedom I enjoy with it. Food for me is always a party. I have always associated food with happy thoughts. Whatever I eat, I eat it with a lot of love and a lot of gratitude. I’ve never enjoyed soft drinks and I don’t like fancy things covered in pesto, alcohol is a strict no too, but everything besides these three is my favorite 😀 ”

“Health should allow us to enjoy the things we love, whether it’s food or any activity we choose. Physical aesthetics do not necessarily mean good health, but can be a by-product of it. When we choose what is best for us every day, the best itself becomes our way of life. A lifestyle filled with food, gratitude and love, ”Konwar added.

She ended the memo by saying, “Hope 2022 keeps you away from fad diets and ’10 day transformation’ hoaxes. Be without limits 💜 “before sharing that she” ate the whole plate of these gud wali jalebis with saffron milk “.

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