Navratri 2020: To be healthy in Navratri, include these 6 things in the diet


Navratri 2020: Shardiya Navaratri is celebrated every year in the month of Ashwin. It begins with Ghatasthapana i.e. establishment of Kalash on the Pratipada of Shukla Paksha in Ashwin month. This year 17 October i.e. from today, Sharadiya Navratri has started. Nine forms of Maa Durga will be worshiped continuously for nine days from today. It is said that all wishes are fulfilled in the vow of devotion to mother with true devotion. For this, Vrati keep fast in Navratri. In this, fasting is done only with food containing rock salt at one time. While some Vratis live on Falahar. If you also keep fast in Navratri and want to be healthy during the Corona period, then definitely include these things in your fruit-

1. Eat Roast Makhana

You must include roast Makhana and peanuts in your diet. Many nutrients are found in it. For this, fry Makhana and Peanuts in Ghee. While adding rock salt can enhance its taste. The roast Makhana in Navratri is a classy and healthy fruit.

2.Eat butter pudding

You can eat Makhane Kheer during fasting during Navratri. For this, boil the Makhane in milk for 15 minutes according to your requirement. Now mix dry fruits in it. Whereas for sweet use jaggery instead of sugar.

3.Drink coconut water

Fasting can take coconut water to overcome the lack of water in the body. It contains more electrolytes which keep the body hydrate for a longer period of time. For this, drink a glass of coconut water daily during fasting days.

4.Eat bananas and walnuts

Banana and walnuts are both healthy foods. For this, you can make bananas, walnuts and curd smoothies. On fasting days, start the morning daily with smoothie.

5.Buckwheat dosa

Kuttu flour is consumed in fasting. In this case, the dosa of Kuttu is a better option. It is formed in less oil. While it is a better option for fasting. It can be made delicious by mixing potatoes and cheese. While coconut chutney further enhances its flavor.

6. Eat Khushi Khichdi

Sago khichdi is called Pears Sago in English. It contains starch and carbohydrates which provide strength in fasting. Also sago kheer can also be consumed. While sago dumplings can also be eaten.

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