What is the profile of Macronutrient?

Your daily diet consists of some definite count of calories every day and a small amount of sodium but we forget to focus on macronutrients that builds some important blocks like proteins, fats and carbohydrates that are required for body to function. These form basic elements of food that is necessary for them to survive. 

Carbohydrates form the base of a healthy diet and you should have fruits, vegetables, legumes, beans, etc. Their main work is delivery of glucose or energy to our body cells. This consists of 50 % or more intake of calories. You should not limit your carbs and provide your body with necessary nutrients at a steadier rate. Consumption of added sugars, foreign chemicals, fats can even clog your artery and create resistance against insulin and it also increases risks for the Type 2 diabetes.
Fats are often considered to be bad for health. However, the fact is that the monounsaturated, polyunsaturated fats and omega 3s are considered to be good source of fats. These are usually present in the avocadoes, seeds and nuts. They have power of lowering the level of blood cholesterols and improve your condition of heart. 

Proteins develop muscles, bones and hair. It forms an important part of your diet. Most people consume plenty of protein. For having an adequate amount of protein, there are many options available in the market like protein shake and bars. Some plant based options for protein like bean chilli and veggie burger provides our body necessary proteins along with some fiber and antioxidants.


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