Home Health



Our health completely relies on the type of food we consume and the lifestyle we follow. In the good old days, there were not as many health issues as people are experiencing in today’s era because they were leading a healthy and active lifestyle. Moreover, they used to consume fresh and nutritious foods.

However, with urbanization and industrialization, we have a more sedentary lifestyle where human effort is replaced by machines. As a consequence, we can notice a rapid increase in the number of serious health conditions cases like Obesity, PCOD, Diabetes and more.

The World Health Organization defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Health conditions, like illnesses, injuries and impairments, affect our ability to function or enjoy life.

Health Conditions are an outcome of various factors such as Hormonal Imbalance, Incorrect Lifestyle, Unhealthy Eating Patterns and Wrong Food Choices.

There are various types of health conditions and each presents its own challenge. Here is a list of the health conditions to which The Fit Indian provides dietary support:


A disease is a condition that interferes with the normal functioning of the body or of one of its parts and is typically recognized by distinguishing signs and symptoms.

Mostly associated with pain, distress or social problems, common signs and symptoms of diseases include atypical variations of body structure and function, deviant behaviors, disabilities, disorders, injuries, infections and syndromes.

There are four main types of diseases, namely infectious diseases, deficiency diseases, hereditary diseases and physiological diseases. Dividing them into categories, these can be classified as autoimmune, bacterial, blood, cancer, digestive, heart, nerve (or neurodegenerative), sexually transmitted or thyroid. In addition, diseases can be communicable as well as non communicable.

Different diseases have different effects such as localized diseases affect only specific parts of the body whereas disseminated and systemic diseases affect other parts of the body and the entire body respectively.

Some diseases get cured simply with an effective diet and regular exercise whereas others require a set of necessary medical treatments. Diseases may be prevented or avoided by using a number of strategies such as regular checkups, essential vaccination, proper sanitization, proper nutrition and active lifestyle.