It can cost you 1200 Calories…. in few minutes!!
Yes, a typical NAVRATRA THALI can pile up approximately 1200 Calories, with some FREE kilos of GUILT…!
Navratri Thali (Diet Plan) 1200 Calories For Weight Loss
Find it yourself, and I am sure that this will affect your decision to dig in your much awaited Thali, at your favorite restaurant these Navratras.
- 2 kuttu atta ki puris- 250 calories
- ½ katori samak kheer- 175 calories
- 2 pieces paneer kofta- 300 calories
- 1 serving aloo sabji- 190 calories
- 100 gm. sabudana namkeen- 250 calories
- 1 piece dessert-150 calories
Experiment with the low-calorie diet that also pleases your taste buds. Eat sensibly and don’t let your fasting ruin your diet.
Hey! I am not asking you to sacrifice all your favorite food and just start to eat only salads but with a slight modification in traditional recipe and some menu substitution, you can save a lot of calories. You can practice moderation and indulge in healthy eating. Here are a few tips:
Top 12 Ways To Eat Healthy In Navratri Fasting
It is important to eat small meals at regular intervals. This will keep your metabolism fast.
- Replace fried foods with non-fried options and include more of yogurt, smoothies, lassi and fruits which not only will keep you full but maintain the optimum fluids in the body.
- Instead of puri or pakodas made from Kuttu atta, try out Kuttu ki roti, replace fried aloo-chat with boiled aloo-chat and kheer with mixed-fruit curd or flavored yogurt.
- If your taste buds please and time allows, make some idli and dosa from the samak ke chawal.
- Limit your potato intake to about twice a week.
- Replace whole milk with skimmed milk or double toned milk for desserts.
- Substitute sugar in a sweet dish with natural sugars.
- Keep drinking water, coconut water, lemonade (without sugar), herbal teas …as much as you can. It works as a great detox.
- Eating veggies like pumpkin and ghia (bottle gourd) in different forms like soups and curries to fill you up with fewer calories.
- Use rajgira flour to make chapattis instead of using kuttu ka atta. It’s lighter and low in calories.
- Be fruit-friendly this Navratri. Try including fresh fruits in your diet in various forms of salads, smoothies and raitas to keep up with your nutrition, Fruits have healthy sugar fructose. Seasonal fruits boost the immunity and fiber, iron and B6 intake to supercharge your metabolism.
- Instead of having namkeens and pakodas as snacks, have a handful of roasted makhanas or a handful of nuts like almonds, pistachios, walnuts or hazelnuts.
- Drink low-fat milk, lassi, and yogurt, it reduces your cravings to eat junk food. Add cucumber, lauki or tomato to your yogurt to make it more filling.
So, enjoy your food and great health these Navratras. Wish you all a very Happy Navratri 2017 from the team of LiveLifeMore®