World Health Day is celebrated every year on April 7 to recognize the widespread contributions of our medical faculty and the success of the World Health Organization.
It is observed to raise public awareness about people’s overall health and well-being. Every year on April 7th, it takes place. An attempt is made to recognise the extensive contribution and success of medical faculty. Staying healthy does not only refer to physical fitness; it can also refer to your mental and social well-being. Healthy people are happier, less stressed, and more productive, according to research. You can live a long and happy life if you maintain a healthy lifestyle. It can be difficult to find the time and energy to exercise regularly and prepare nutritious meals. Nonetheless, your efforts will pay off in a variety of ways for the rest of your life.
A functional nutritionist and a TedX speaker, Mugdha Pradhan is the founder of iThrive. Despite having a Master’s degree in Food Science and Nutrition, her own health took a nosedive in 2019. That’s the time when she discovered Functional Medicine. Using modern principles of functional medicine along with ancient wisdom about food, she explored into the root cause of her health issues and recovered from a multitude of health problems.
In an exclusive interaction with Healthwire, Mugdha Pradhan shared her inspiring story as well as everyday habits to follow for better health:
“It is imperative that your diet has all the nutritional value that your body needs. One way to ensure that is to include eggs and organ meats in your diet. Eggs are a great source of protein, and organ meats are the best source of myriad vitamins and minerals like iron, zinc, and B-complex. It is very necessary to include some sort of movement in your daily life. It does not necessarily mean only working out, but you can do this by making small changes like walking to buy groceries rather than using your car or climbing stairs, etc,” said Mugdha.