Here’re 3 Healthy Foods To Kick-Start Your Day On A Healthy Note:
Banana is one fruit that is widely available all over the world. This potassium-rich fruit also includes fibre, vitamin B6, vitamin C, magnesium, copper, manganese, and protein. If you have digestion issues or get sugar cravings post your meals, start your day with a banana. Buy at least 2-3 times per week and carry them home in cloth bags rather than plastic ones.
2. Soaked Raisins
Raisins are abundant in fibre and, when soaked in water, work as natural laxatives. As a result, eating soaked raisins helps avoid constipation and regulates your digestion throughout the day. If you consider yourself to have PMS or poor energy throughout the day. Have six or seven soaked raisins along with kesar strands for about 10 days before menstruation.
3. Soaked Almond
Almonds’ dark skin includes tannin, which limits nutritional absorption. When you soak almonds, the skin simply peels off, allowing the nut to unleash all of its benefits. If you are suffering from insulin resistance, diabetes, PCOD*, or poor sleep quality. Choose mamra or a local type of badam, which is higher in nutrients. Switch to 6-7 raisins and 1-2 strands of kesar 10 days before periods for PCOD.
- You can have your morning cup of tea or coffee after 15 mins.
- Drink a glassful of water before eating any of these foods.
- Eat this as soon as you wake up or after taking the thyroid medication.
- Around 15-20 minutes after this meal, you can do yoga, exercise, or any other activities you wish to do.
- If you are not working out, you can have breakfast within an hour of this meal.
So, what are you waiting for? Add these foods to your diet and let us know how you all liked them in the comments below.
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