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Power up your protein
It is important to eat small meals at regular
intervals like fruits, nuts, dry fruits, coconut,
makhanna.
Instead of sago (sabudana) use Singhare ka atta,
kottu ka atta, rajgiri ka atta, arrowroot and samak
which will provide en...
Have good amounts of fresh fruits
and root veges (that are allowed)
Hydrate well with lots of water,
coconut water, lemon water, herbal tea.
“Instead of fasting, most of us end
up binging on fried foods and
sweets, avoid that
Keep the portion sizes moderate.
Overeating is a greatest risk.
If you eat one meal it should contain a balance of whole
grain sources of complex carbohydrates as well as some
protein li...
Foods eaten during fasting
Connect with us through
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Healthy Fasting during festival
Healthy Fasting during festival
Healthy Fasting during festival
Healthy Fasting during festival
Healthy Fasting during festival
Healthy Fasting during festival
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Healthy Fasting during festival

Fasting is an art and science of food abstinence for a certain period of time. Fast is undertaken by us during religious festivals like shravan, ekadhasi,navratri and various such occassions.
“Instead of fasting, most of us end up feasting on high-calorie food. A lot of people who have just one meal a day tend to overeat. If one eats one heavy meal in the entire day, it doesn’t get converted into energy instantly but accumulates as fat in the body,” so here we bring to you a few tips which will help you get the best benefit.

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Healthy Fasting during festival

  1. 1. Power up your protein
  2. 2. It is important to eat small meals at regular intervals like fruits, nuts, dry fruits, coconut, makhanna.
  3. 3. Instead of sago (sabudana) use Singhare ka atta, kottu ka atta, rajgiri ka atta, arrowroot and samak which will provide energy
  4. 4. Have good amounts of fresh fruits and root veges (that are allowed)
  5. 5. Hydrate well with lots of water, coconut water, lemon water, herbal tea.
  6. 6. “Instead of fasting, most of us end up binging on fried foods and sweets, avoid that
  7. 7. Keep the portion sizes moderate. Overeating is a greatest risk.
  8. 8. If you eat one meal it should contain a balance of whole grain sources of complex carbohydrates as well as some protein like dals, pulses, small amounts of heart healthy fats, limit added sugars
  9. 9. Foods eaten during fasting
  10. 10. Connect with us through www.shilpsnutrilife.com Shilpsnutrilife.blogspot.com Shilpsnutrilife Shilpsnutrilife
  • DrAshwiniSBarange

    Oct. 17, 2020

Fasting is an art and science of food abstinence for a certain period of time. Fast is undertaken by us during religious festivals like shravan, ekadhasi,navratri and various such occassions. “Instead of fasting, most of us end up feasting on high-calorie food. A lot of people who have just one meal a day tend to overeat. If one eats one heavy meal in the entire day, it doesn’t get converted into energy instantly but accumulates as fat in the body,” so here we bring to you a few tips which will help you get the best benefit.

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