Smart Tips For A Healthy Diwali
Diwali is the celebration of lights for its is the triumph of good over evil. Festivities of Diwali are set apart, with common conventional tidbits arranged at home, or locally acquired on the day for simplicity, as well as standard social gatherings over lunch or dinner with loved ones alongside trade of blessings.
- Eat a little bite or feast before the gathering to abstain from gorging at the gathering
- Hydrate yourself through the day to avoid confusing thirst with yearning and swallowing down the snacks and treats.
- Complete your activity or exercise routine toward the beginning of the day
2. During the Party
- Infused water has zero calories and is more beneficial than mixed drinks, mocktails and alcoholic beverages.
- Salad sticks with hummus or guacamole, steamed or air-fried or grilled bites with chutneys, plain nuts will keep you satisfied longer than fried snacks, salted or sweetened nuts.
- Bread produced using whole wheat flour, for example, tandoori roti, chapati or phulka will keep you feeling full longer than puri, naan, kulcha.
- Avoid or minimise gravies. Instead, choose the vegetable or pulse or chicken or fish piece to enjoy the flavour to minimise the calories and fat.
Choose smaller portions
Share the desserts and snacks
Use smaller plates and bowls
Take little nibbles and chew your food slowly to relish the taste
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