Navratri Fast: Diet to follow
Navratri, one of the biggest Hindu festivals. It is celebrated twice a year with great zeal and fervor all across the nation. The nine-day long festival has already begun. The idols of Maa Durga are decorated with Kumkum, bangles, flowers, and jewelry. There is positivity all around. The city is decorated like a new bride. Well, Goddess Durga is believed to have nine avatars and each female deity signifies a distinct power. During Navratri, a lot of people give up non-veg and some people also give up onion and garlic. Devotees of Maa Durga observe fast during these nine days. Here is a Navratri fast special article. Here is what you should eat and what you should not eat if you are observing fast.
1. Kuttu Ka Dosa
If you are a dosa fan, then you can try Kuttu ka Dosa with potato filling will help you to get over usual kuttu ki puris and will keep you full for a longer time. Do not forget to serve it with mint and coconut chutney
2. Do not drink a lot of Tea/Coffee
A lot of coffee and tea can make acidity. So, you should not only rely on Tea and coffee. Eat fast snacks on a regular interval of time.
3. Aloo ki Kadhi
Make your Navartri fast special by trying Aloo ki Kadhi. Move over the boring Aloo ka falahar and try Aloo ki kadhi.
4. Drink a lot of water
Drinking a lot of water during the fast will keep you hydrated and will also boost your immunity system. So, you should drink water or for energy, you can also increase the intake of juice.
5. Banana Walnut Lassi
Charge up yourself with this nourishing drink. Lassi made with the goodness of bananas, honey, and walnuts will keep you energized throughout the day.
Happy Navratri to all!
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