Do You Know The Right Time For Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner?

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Oct 18, 2020

Everyone aspires to remain healthy throughout life, but no one can live healthy throughout life. Why? Because people believe that only healthy food is necessary to stay healthy, while this is a half-truth, to be healthy, one must have good food, but with this, the right timing of eating also matters a lot. In today's running life, no one has time to sit and eat well. Most people do not have time for themselves at all. In the morning, while packing everyone's tiffins, the women who eat a little bit then have lunch directly. At the same time, college going girls sit in bed and have breakfast. This way of having breakfast also affects our health. 

  • Breakfast (7 am to 9 pm): Breakfast should be completely nutritious like oats, bread, upma, milk, juice, eggs etc.
  • Lunch (12 to 2 pm): Lunch should include all things like lentils, rice, bread, vegetables, yoghurt, salads.
  • Snack Time (4 pm): Have juice or green tea with snacks.
  • Dinner (8 o'clock): The right time to have dinner is considered to be 8 pm. According to experts, one should eat 3 hours before bedtime. After dinner, keep a walking time so that the food is digested and you also get adequate sleep. If you follow this diet timing, you will never fall ill.

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