Here are some tips for staying healthy after a long week of festivities:
Conquer the cravings
It is natural for your body to crave sweets after Diwali. Don't restrict yourself fully. Conquer the cravings by replacing the Diwali sweets with natural sweet supplements, such as dates, fresh fruit, jaggery, and dry fruits.
Green tea has less caffeine and is loaded with antioxidants that help improve brain power and digestion, and promote weight loss. Squeeze a lime in to enhance the flavour if you like.
The goodness of Desi Ghee
Groom your body from the outside as well as the inside with the goodness of cow ghee! Cow ghee when included in your diet will help boost digestive strength, increase stamina and remove toxins from your body. When used externally, desi ghee increases muscle strength and a great moisturiser.
Warm water with lemon
Hydration, vitamin C, better skin quality, digestion, breath freshener, lemon water is great for everything! Drink one glass in the morning on an empty stomach, and detoxify, detoxify, detoxify!
A colorful palette
Take a look at your plate. Make sure it stays colorful. Add leafy greens, colorful vegetables like carrots, bell peppers, capsicums, onions, beetroot, etc. which is great to get a dose of nutrients as well as to detox.
The goodness of plants
Our floral tisanes make for great detoxifiers! With pure dried petals and leaves, the aroma will help calm your mind, and the flavour will renew your taste buds and, did we say that already?!, detoxify your body.
Get into the habit of healthy munching
Replace the festive snacking with healthy options. Try eating saute vegetables, fruits, or our handmade ayurvedic cookies to make your snacks healthy and fulfilling!
Unwind with pure herbs
With the healing power of pure herbs such as Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Shankhpushpi, Tulsi, Guduchi, Lemongrass and Kali mirch, our caffeine free Ratri chai is stress relieving and will help you relax after all the hard work you’ve put in to make your Diwali a happy one!
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