Let's curb hunger pangs during Navratri by these simple means;

Savita Shiv Sharma October 18th, 2020 10:33

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Navratri is a nine-days long Hindu festival that is celebrated every year . Navratri is considered as an important sacred festival in the Hindu religion. Navratri worships Goddess Durga and her various forms which are the epitomes of power and have the ability to bring in anything desired.

Most of us are fasting in this auspicious time, but some people suffer from hunger pangs during this time period, so here I am suggesting some methods which will curb your hunger pangs and will surely help in keeping fast without any discomfort during this auspicious time. 

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Eat Nuts: Grab a handful of nuts in between meals to keep hunger at bay. Research of Clinical Nutrition found people who added 1.5 ounces of almonds to their diet every day reported being less hungry. Walnuts and pine nuts are also loaded with healthy omega-3 fatty acids, which can promote satiety. S

Snacking on almonds has been shown to reduce hunger and cravings.

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Drink Warm Water:- Hot water breaks down fat in the body and mobilizes them to molecules, making it easier for your digestive system to burn them. It Curbs appetite, Warm water helps to curb appetite. Gulping down a glass of warm water 30 minutes before having something can help to manage your calories intake. Scientists proved water is one of the simplest ways to stifle hunger pangs and reduce overeating. Downing two 8-ounce glasses of water before eating something allowed study subjects to eat 75-90 fewer calories during their meals.

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Drink Green tea:-Green Tea, Make a mug of green tea into hot water; the caffeine can help curb your appetite. Plus, you'll enjoy a mild metabolism boost since green tea has fat burning properties.

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Drink Ginger Tea:-Ginger Root ,according to Ayurveda, the alternative medicine practice, has long since used ginger in teas and supplements as an appetite suppressant—and for good fresh ginger root, is so powerful it can be obesity.

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Drink Soup:-Soup is one of the ideal lunches and snack you can have to satisfy hunger, endless choices and options catering to different tastes, whilst containing a mass of ingredients that each provide a multitude of health benefits. Soup is also deceivingly slow to digest, passing through the digestive system slower that you would think, filling up your stomach with fluid and TOP vegetables that are broken down slowly.

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Eat Apples and Oranges:-Apples are a great food to keep hunger at bay as they are full of fiber and natural sugars, serving as a useful source of sustainable energy. Studies have also suggested that they can make a good pre-meal snack; research showing that eating an apple 20 minutes prior to a eating a meal reduces the amount eaten. Oranges are another super-fruit when it comes to satiety index calories. Oranges are 86 per cent water and research shows that foods with high water content can help to improve our satiety due to the increased portion size, without impairing the calorie content. Apples and pears particularly contain pectin which slows digestion and and are almost twice as filling as bananas for the same amount of encourages satiety.

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Eat Salads:- Add shredded or chopped vegetables to make nice salad. Eat whole fruits instead of fruit juices or dried fruits.

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Get More Sleep:- Results from seven studies that used various methods to increase sleep duration. They found that when people got more sleep, they were less hungry during the day. Even better, they experienced reduced desire for sweet and salty foods.

So these were some methods which will help you to curb the hunger pangs. Do Try these.

Maa durga bless us all.

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