Sweets and Festivals go hand in hand. And when it comes to Indian festivals, especially the grand Diwali, sweets are many, along with all kinds of rich dishes. If you tend to gain weight more easily, it is suggested to keep your taste buds in some control otherwise all your loss weight strategy will go waste. Here are some tips on adopting healthy ways of eating this Diwali.
Best Tips on How to Lose Weight Fast
Moderation is the mantra to enjoy festive food. Eat fatty foods, sweets and other fried snacks in little amounts. Its good to go on Ayurvedic diets before the big day comes so that your body gets detoxified beforehand. After relishing the festive food, again go on Ayurvedic diets!
- If you are making sweets yourself, use low fat ingredients like low fat milk and other dairy products. Use natural sweeteners like honey and dates to make sweets and avoid using refined sugar or artificial sweeteners.
- Before eating snacks, remember to drink water to bring in the feeling of fullness.
- Instead of loading your plate to the brim with sweets, just take a few, may be one or two, items and eat them slowly and gradually.
- If someone serves fruits along with sweets, try to take more of them in your plate.
- A couple of sweets are OK but don’t let yourself have more of carbonated cold drinks. Instead, have some natural refreshing drink like lemon juice, coconut water, or some other fruit juice.
- Don’t try to eat away all your gifted chocolates at once. Keep them in fridge. Eat them in moderation over a few days. They don’t get spoiled so soon. There are much better options than this too. Give these chocolates to the young ones in the family, neighborhood or even to the children in the nearby orphanage!
- Enjoy happiness while sharing and keep yourself away from worries of weight gain at the same time.
So, Here We Shared the best tips for how to lose weight fast on this Diwali. 😀 I hope you like this post. Enjoy 🙂
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