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05 Dec 2022
04:00 PM

About this webinar

Myth’s Used During Nutrition Planning

An organism uses food to sustain its life through a biochemical and physiological process known as nutrition. It gives living things nutrition that can be processed to produce energy and chemical building blocks. Malnutrition results from insufficient dietary intake.
A nutrition plan is a strategic strategy that details your ideas for creating a well-balanced meal plan for those who might require it. This action plan begins by laying out the big picture while also making it clear and concise for you to break it down into manageable pieces. It covers all of the fundamental concepts and elements that go into creating an action plan.

This action plan begins by laying out the big picture while also making it clear and concise for you to break it down into manageable pieces. It covers all of the fundamental concepts and elements that go into creating an action plan. The action plan offers simple fixes for simple issues, which is helpful. It emphasises the steps involved in obtaining and establishing your goals.

For designing nutrition plans, there are still many misconceptions. Some of these, which individuals frequently believe for a variety of reasons, including,

  • Myth: Eating high-calorie foods in the evening will result in weight loss.
  • Myth about nutrition: "Fat-free" equals "calorie-free," thus anyone can eat as much as they like.
  • Myth about carbohydrates: Because they encourage weight gain, carbohydrates and sweets are bad for you.
  • The vegan diet or healthy eating myth: Eating salads and green vegetables can aid in weight loss.
  • The following food and weight reduction myths have been debunked: • Eggs are bad for my heart; • You may burn fat by eating certain foods like grapefruit and cabbage.
  • The following myths are common among people: Microwaving food is unhealthy; skipping meals is beneficial for metabolism; all fats are bad for me; brown sugar is healthier than white sugar; and white potatoes are terrible for you.

With the assistance of our mentor, you will all learn the truth about a healthy diet and nutrition during the upcoming webinar.

Speakers/Mentors

Shivam Bali

Shivam Bali Fitness Coach, Martial Artist

Shivam Bali is a Fitness and Martial Arts Trainer since 2009. He has achieved a Black Belt in Martial Arts in 2014. He is a co-owner of Fitness Midas Gym. He has run a gym for the last 4 years. He is also working in Diet N Fit- The Fitness Studio as a Director of Operation.

He has several students who had gone with him to Competition and achieved his Black Belt. As well as he has some students who had gone to the National & International level in Martial Arts with him. Although, he focuses on Corrective Exercise and Individual Work. He helped each individual to set their goals and pushed them to achieve their goals. He is completely dedicated to total fitness and well-being.

Benefits Of Webinar

  • Learn about all the myths about eating healthy diet,
  • Will help students to work on their eating style,
  • This webinar will motivate students for following a healthy lifestyle.
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