by CELEVIDA-MAXX | 9 September 2021
Are you planning to enjoy the festive season? You have been following the best daily routine for healthy life but now worried about the festive binge? Don’t worry, we have got you covered. After all, with the heavenly and rich food around, one must have a herculean willpower to resist these. However, the feeling of being bloated, puffy, and acidic the morning after is not something that is desired. We present to you some good habits for healthy life and easy ways to reset your system after some indulgent festive foods.
Amid these festivities, there is another thing that creeps around—guilt. Festivities mean food because food is an integral part of the celebration. The indulgence just means you have enjoyed yourself, made memories! So instead of feeling guilty, move on and get back to your routine.1
A quick guilt-free add-on to your diet: Include a scoop of Dr Reddy’s Celevida® Maxx* to your shakes, smoothies, custards, puddings, and foods of your choice**. It is a scientifically designed blend of protein, nutrients, and healthy fats that supports weight management and helps to enhance immunity.
With water! With all the festive food around, it is easy to forget to drink the recommended 2 L of water. But keeping at it can help flush the toxins and the feeling of bloating to go off. Drinking enough water is among healthy lifestyle habits. Moreover, festive foods can also make your body dehydrated, and hence, drinking water becomes even more important.1,2
By this, we mean opting for simple, whole foods that are not excessively processed. Plain, homemade foods are the best when trying to reset your health back to normal. Fresh fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, nuts, seeds, and whole grains can provide the micronutrients that would have been missing in the festive diets.3 Whole grains are also suggested in the diet for diabetics
Alcohol is triple danger—it is just empty calories; it can make you hungrier and can affect your decision-making, especially in terms of food choices. Doesn’t mean completely skip it but have a few alcohol-free days to give your system a break.3
Help around with the festivities by walking to the store and using the stairs when possible. Taking some time out for jogging or gymming would be great. Plan for some movement during the festive period.1–3 Even after the festive period, try to keep up the physical activity as it is one among the daily habits for a healthy life.