Diwali comes every year with a bunch of happiness, surprises, excitement, sweets, and guilt. Yes, you heard it right ‘guilt’ and guilt comes, especially when it comes to our health! Excessive intake of oily, fried sugar, and fat laced food which can toss our dietary goals.
Having proper weight management balanced is a must. Nobody can ignore the cravings for sweets, some can do that but to an extent.
The following are the names of snacks that you can have and also serve it to guests.
- Baked Ragi Chakli
- Ragi coconut ladoo
- Poha Chivda
- Prefer eating foods of homemade
- Avoid eating late at night
Diwali is incomplete without sweets, so the following are the best ways in which you and your family can stay healthy-
- Go for alternate snacking/ Try to opt for low sugar sweets or dry fruits
- Stay Hydrated
- Intake small portion of sweets
- Walk an extra mile
No need to go to the gym daily during Diwali, just have a small running session with Grand Slam Fitness new true fitness treadmill and have a healthy diet. It’s not all the time that you can run outside and that is the point at which you need a treadmill. Preparing on a treadmill furnishes you with a totally controlled climate. You have the alternative to precisely control the movement, stretch, grade, and recuperation. Additionally, accomplishing your objectives of running at a specific speed must be cultivated when you are compelled to run on a belt under your feet.
Diwali is not only about controlling cravings, oily, or sugary food. Besides these daily exercises, it is a must. If that’s not possible, make sure that you have daily short walking or yoga sessions.
Do not compromise your health; make fitness an important part of life.
Stay fit and healthy, and have a safe Diwali.