Health & Wellness

Samantha Akkineni Just Revealed her Diet Plan to Staying Fit During Quarantine!

Simple approaches to weight-loss!

Samantha has always been eagerly sharing bits and pieces of her personal life on social media. She loves interacting with her fans and loves to show them what she is upto. Recently, the actress interacted with her fans in a Q & A session on Twitter. When one of her fan asked on what she is doing to stay in shape during lockdown, the ‘Super Deluxe’ actress revealed that she is trying to follow ‘Intermittent fasting’ as of now. Sam also expressed her love for spicy food like pickles, she mentioned that she eats biryani for lunch every other day. To get back into her normal routine, she decided to opt for intermittent fasting.

“I am trying ‘Intermittent fasting’ .. also coz I am forced too.. coz I eat biryani for lunch every other day and love spicy food .. I have finished 3 bottles of pickle already .. so I assume fasting will make me a good girl again” she explained.

She also revealed that her husband has been working out more compared to her to staying fit.


Simple approaches to weight-loss


Sleeping in time:

Getting enough sleep in improper timings does not count. For example sleeping at 12pm and waking up 8am is not a healthy sleep. You have to go to sleep at 10pm! Try waking up at 5am in the morning. Your body will get a proper rest and also this will help secrete growth and sex hormones. Sleeping on time also helps put a pause to sugar and starch cravings. So you are not found guilty of eating midnight sweets.

Three meals a day are super important.

Do not ever skip breakfast; at least have an egg or some fruits. Tea, coffee does not compensate breakfast. For lunch try having more veggies than rice. When it comes to non-veg eat the pieces than the gravy and fried items are a complete NO, NO. If you are a vegetarian have a lot of sprouts and pulses. If you don’t have time to cook gravy, have salads. Raw vegetables are super nutritious.

Substitute evening snacks with fruits:

You can have about 3-5 fruits a day. Substitute your evening baji, samosa with a bowl of fruits. Do not have juice. Even if it does not contain sugar, juice is still not as healthy an option as fresh cut fruits.


Buttermilk instead of curd

Not more than 2-3 cups of tea/coffee (400ml)

Stay away from: Maydha, white rice, sugar, fried items

Caution: Please consult a doctor to make sure you don’t have any food allergies, or lactose intolerance, hormonal imbalance before adapting these tips.

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