The Navratra Diet- One of the First Dieting Routines
The navratra diet- one of the first dieting routines
Nine days of fasting is acknowledged twice by Hindus all across the world especially Indian subcontinent. Every Indian state has it's own custom and tradition of celebrating Navratri. The nutritionist in me realised that this fasting ritual is practiced twice in an year, both at the onset of a new season. Once before winters and than at the beginning of summers. Is it possible that our vedic gyanis realized the importance of detoxifying the body and removing water retention? Indian staple diet consists of heavy carbs along with pulses whereas Navratri diet is wheat and protein free constituting of simple starches, with easy to digest vegetables and dairy along with fruits. Common salt is replaced with potassium rich Sendha Namak and food preparation is simplified avoiding braising, roasting and baking. Navratri diet is a perfect antidote to flushing out water retention, toxins and also shedding 1-2 Kgs which have piled up due to wrong doings of the previous season.
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