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Rujuta Diwekar raises awareness about significance of healthy habits
Wednesday, 08 September, 2021, 13 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
To raise awareness about the significance of inculcating healthy habits in daily routines, celebrity nutritionist with an illustrated history of working with various individuals and groups, gives tips on including necessary nutrients to improve your lifestyle. brings to you a range of audiobooks by Rujuta Diwekar that cater to people from all walks of life.  

Diwekar, who has been working with celebrities like Kareena Kapoor and Anupam Kher, said, “Health is wealth is not just a saying but also a reality. The pandemic has, in one way or the other, taught us this. If you want to know how to get this wealth of health, listen to my audiobooks 'Secrets of good health' from Audible, which will not just give you quick tips from our grandmothers but also help in staying fit, light and sleep well."

Honour time-tested food preparations - Eat deep-fried, not air fried.
Diwekar's audiobook Eating in the Age of Dieting, blends the wisdom of our grandmothers with the latest advances in nutrition science. Over the past decade, her writings have decisively shifted food conversations across the country away from fads and towards eating local, seasonal and traditional. In this audiobook, she lists out five superfoods - banana, jackfruit, jamun, kusum and custard apple - to boost immunity and secure all necessary nutrients in the body.

If the food is not tasty then how will it be healthy?
Secrets of Good Health narrated by Diwekar chalks out five most easily available food items that one can include in their daily routines and ‘fall in love with them’. - ghee, rice, a handful of cashews or nuts, pickle or achar and Mango or Sitaphal, depending on the season. According to Diwekar, all these food items will set you on a path of sustainable health and weight loss. Get more simple tips in this Audible exclusive.

Women should never, ever ‘standardise’ their meal size.  
The nutritionist who taught us that simply eating (pun intended) is the key to a fab body talks about women's food and everything in between in Women and the Weight Loss Tamasha. In the book, she explains that women are hormonally vibrant, and it’s perfectly normal to feel like eating more on some days and less on other days. The key is to stop at the right time.  Kareena Kapoor who has co-narrated the book with Diwekar says, “Please eat or you are not going to lose weight is what my darling Rujuta has taught me.”  

Eating right and exercising can restore hormonal balance.
In her audiobook The PCOD Thyroid Book, which is narrated by Farah Bala, Diwekar talks about taking charge of ourselves, thanking our bodies and making peace with the fact that it's not the hormones, it's us.  “Women often tend to indulge in chaotic eating, which is forced by hormones. Food has the ability to heal and it has more power than any pill made in the lab, and it maintains good health and brings a hormonal balance,” she says. She highlights the need of including food supplements that can help in creating the right hormonal balance to relieve some stress.
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