New Delhi. Navratri is celebrated across the country. Durga Puja, the main festival of Bengalis, is also celebrated in Shardiya Navratri. Therefore it has special significance. In this festival, devotees of Mother keep fast for nine days and worship Mother Shakti with full rituals. Those who are unable to keep fast, they take sattvik food. Eating sattvik food is scientifically very beneficial. Consuming sattvik food on the festival of Navratri, which comes before the winter season, prepares the body to protect it from the coming season, as well as it also works to detox the body. Kareena Kapoor’s nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar recently shared a list of sattvik food packed with taste-healthy properties that fasts can include in their diet plan. So let’s know what is that list…
1.According to experts, during Navratri, eat fresh fruits, a handful of dry fruits, overnight soaked raisins and saffron as soon as you wake up in the morning.
2.Eat water chestnut pakoras, sabudana khichdi or pakoras, sweet potatoes and curd in breakfast.
3.In lunch, you can include Rajgira or Kattu or water chestnut flour roti, potato or arbi curry or makhana curry, Kattu curry, Sama rice etc.
4.Dinner can include sama rice and curd, jhangora kheer, paneer curry and rajgira or kattu or water chestnut flour roti.
5.Apart from this, fresh fruits, milkshakes, buttermilk, shikanji, kheer, sweet potato chaat, sabudana vada and curd are the best options during mid day meal.
6.By including these foods in your diet, diseases related to irritability, hormone imbalance, digestive system, skin and hair are removed.