Are you drinking your water right? Learn the correct way

First Published 24, Sep 2020, 3:04 PM

Recently, Malaika Arora used social media to remind people to do simple things the right way, starting with the right way to drink water.

<p>Malaika Arora feels that in the race to learn something new about fitness and health; people forget the basics.</p>

Malaika Arora feels that in the race to learn something new about fitness and health; people forget the basics.

<p>"We strive everyday to keep ourselves fit, to learn something new about fitness- new form of exercise, new super foods available in the market, what to eat and how much to eat for different types of diet programs, but what we often forget in all of this is the BASICS," Malaika wrote on her Instagram.</p>

"We strive everyday to keep ourselves fit, to learn something new about fitness- new form of exercise, new super foods available in the market, what to eat and how much to eat for different types of diet programs, but what we often forget in all of this is the BASICS," Malaika wrote on her Instagram.

<p>"Something as simple as drinking water. How to drink this simple and most important source of energy is something we usually don't even consider. Here's my tip to make sure that this simple thing is done in the right way," she added in the post, which came with hashtags #BackToBasics and #malaikastrickortip.</p>

"Something as simple as drinking water. How to drink this simple and most important source of energy is something we usually don't even consider. Here's my tip to make sure that this simple thing is done in the right way," she added in the post, which came with hashtags #BackToBasics and #malaikastrickortip.

<p>The diva also posted a video where she showed that the right way to drink water is to sit and sip it, not stand and gulp.</p>

The diva also posted a video where she showed that the right way to drink water is to sit and sip it, not stand and gulp.

<p><meta charset="utf-8" />Malaika Arora, who recently recovered from coronavirus and is currently home quarantined, was missing her workplace big time, so she shared a throwback from the sets of&nbsp;India's Best Dancer&nbsp;on her Instagram story.</p>

Malaika Arora, who recently recovered from coronavirus and is currently home quarantined, was missing her workplace big time, so she shared a throwback from the sets of India's Best Dancer on her Instagram story.

<p>Malaika shared a boomerang from the sets of the TV reality show, where she featured as one of the judges, and she wrote: "Missing this."</p>

Malaika shared a boomerang from the sets of the TV reality show, where she featured as one of the judges, and she wrote: "Missing this."

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