Diwali is already over. With a plethora of sweets and fat-laden foods finding their way in your tummy, it might be a good idea to try and eliminate them from your system as soon as possible. Diwali is reason enough to knock oneself out with all the high-calorie content, nobody is to be blamed as it is the festive season. Those decadent ladoos, fried kachoris and other traditional fatty foods that decorate platters on this festive season do no real good to one’s body, so here are some easy options to go into detox mode and help one’s body return to a healthy form.
Sleeping well in terms of getting sound and undisturbed sleep for a minimum of 7-8 hours. During the festive season, people tend to stay up till late at night, which affects their sleep. One of the most important aspects of detoxification, sleep allows the body to recover and remove toxins accumulated over the day.
The post-Diwali detox helps one system to get rid of toxins from your gut. Probiotics are tiny bacterias that help in maintaining good gut health. Probiotics food including yoghurt and kefir increase the amount of these bacteria, which ultimately helps in fighting harmful bacteria, thus maintaining good health.
Fibre and protein
To fill up the tummy post- Diwali, one can go for protein-rich foods and fibre as they provide the highest level of satiety, regulate the insulin levels and are good for one’s digestive system.
Go for a healthy detox drink including lime water or green tea. These simple yet effective drinks help in getting rid of the effects of Diwali food by reducing weight and improving digestion. One can go for a detox drink at least once a day.
Try to drink as much water as you can. Diwali food must have accumulated a lot of toxins in your body. To get rid of it, one must drink a lot of water. It helps in flushing out all the harmful toxins, excess fat and sugar from your body. For better results, try to drink at least 2-3 litres every day.