Bells are tolling and declaring that the festival season is round the corner. By starving or fasting throughout the day even the slightest smell of fried potato chips and pakoras can immediately make you salivate and ignite your hunger.
Ace dietician, Himanshu Kapoor says, “We can give them calorie dense food which is alkaline and not acidic. This must be alternated with small portions of meals throughout a day. This way it will keep their hunger pangs in check and create negative calories.”
So, how do you contain your impulsive hunger for high calorie foods that tempt you so much during the festival season?
To schedule your Navratras and make it more calorie friendly, we asked Himanshu Kapoor to help you schedule your day. Here is what she had to say –
Although, it seems you’re munching throughout the day but, quite surprisingly, you’d be consuming only 1,200 calories.
So, don’t eat too much of potato chips fried in ghee and oil. Instead, have sumptuous and healthy foods which will take care of you and not let you put on those extra calories.
After all we care and therefore share! Happy feasting!
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