Coronavirus Outbreak Diet

Coronavirus Outbreak Diet

Some people are born with naturally thin frames and the metabolism that allows them to eat whatever they want and never gain weight.

It’s tempting for these people to skip exercise altogether in favor of hanging on the couch and watching TV. In fact, not getting enough exercise can have a pretty significant impact on what’s going on in our bodies and the future of our health. What really happens when you don’t exercise enough?

  • You crave unhealthy food
  • You don’t sleep well
  • Your metabolism slows down
  • You could get injured
  • You get dizzy
  • You get grumpy and depressed

A lot of unexpected things happen in your body when you don’t get enough exercise, including changes to your physical health and mental health. Many of these changes can be detrimental to your life in the long run so it’s important to make sure you’re exercising regularly. If you’re having a hard time fitting exercise into your schedule, try this!

People without a plan or a grocery list typically throw random items in the cart, that they normally don’t eat, to feel more secure. Having that in mind, we made a food plan to follow.

This plan will give you all the nutrients you need, also taking in consideration that you are doing less physical activity than before the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

 

Food Plan:   

 

Coronavirus Outbreak Diet

 

 

 

 

Coronavirus Outbreak Diet

 

 

 

 

Coronavirus Outbreak Diet

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Calories have been rounded.

1,200: 100% RDA met for all nutrients except: Vit E 80%,Vit B2 96%,Vit B694%, Calcium 68%, Iron 63%, Zinc 73%


* No salt added in recipe preparation or as seasoning. Consume at least 32 oz water.

And remember eating healthy can be easy, affordable and delicious. It’s all about making smart choices to build an overall healthy dietary pattern.

 

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3 comments

  1. I like the idea you have here. Reminding people to eat balanced, healthy diets. Like so many others, I have Celiac Disease and cannot eat any dairy, sugar, soy or gluten. Sadly, the meal plan you set out here is impossible for many, many people to eat.

    1. Dietary guidelines need to change to personal situation (illness, body type, etc.) . I understand how challenging can it be to stay on top of current recommendations and to know what to eat, when everyone is thinking at isolation. The most important thing is to provide a balanced diet with the nutrients a person requires, without going over the recommended daily calorie intake, witch should be less, because of the lack of physical activity.

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