Today most of us are very busy and stressed in our day to day lives. The lifestyle we live in is tedious and which is why 2/3rd of today’s diseases are caused due to stress and lifestyle issues. The food that we consume today isn’t as nutritious as before, since the nutrition content in our soil has also reduced and due to increasing pollution we tend to consume micro bacteria which is bad for our stomach and overall health.
GNC conducted this amazing event for the awareness of the same. They had a panel discussion for supplementary nutrition required for a healthy living with Sheru Aangrish, co founder & CEO, Sheru classic ( first international level bodybuilding championship in India), Satnam Singh (first player from India to be drafted into NBA) and Ms Noorie M Gada, a professional sports nutritionist.
GNC is the leading company in health nutrients and supplements. These supplements help to fill the gap between the food we consume and the total nutrients required to maintain a healthy diet. GNC has launched the four building blocks of nutrition which are 4 types of nutrition required for our body.
The panel spoke about the importance and need for additional intake of nutrition apart from regular food in today’s day and age. The panelists said that today’s existing hectic lifestyles and unhealthy dietary habits are causing majority of the health issues. Today the food we have will not necessarily provide the entire nutrition that is needed by our body. The panel concluded on the need to add supplementary nutrients to regular food and regular exercise will keep you fit and well.
We also discussed the importance of cosmic nutrition and exercise for living better life. In today’s high paced life, one can do supplementation under proper scientific guidance and supervision.
GNC is dedicated to spread the knowledge about premium sports nutrition and vitamins, minerals and so it is conducted its first interaction with the audience as the partners for Sheru Classic event at IHFF (international health sports and fitness festival) from 13th to 15th October.