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Food Tips: 5 Ways to Eat well This Wedding Season And Keep Your Weight on Check

The wedding season is here, which means a lot of food and sweets. Many people will come back to their homes with bellies. How do you control all that delicious food – it is the main reason you go to a wedding anyway. You will see, ‘saalon mein ek baar toh shaadi hoti hai’ , well that’s true but you gotta keep it a little under control.

Keeping your weight in check can be a huge challenge but making smart choices with your food will keep you healthy this wedding season. Sakshi Bakshi, who is the founder of Nucros shared some tips about this topic in an interview, let’s see what she had to say:

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Keep your diet in check

Ms Bakshi says that if you are planning for a heavy dinner then you must keep the diet during the daylight. This means you must consume light food items like salads, soups, smoothies in the daytime as in the night you are going to consume high calorie and high carbohydrate food.

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Choose Lean Proteins

When you are eating out, you must eat hot food in the winter season. Vegetarian people can eat lean proteins like soya, dal, protein and Non-Vegetarian people can eat chicken, fish etc.

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Balance Calories

Ms Bakshi adds in her interview that after eating breakfast filled with fruits and vegetables, you can eat a lot at dinner and your calories are balanced that way. Eat small meals during the day in short breaks so that you don’t feel hungry.

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Eat in small quantities

Usually, at weddings, there are a variety of options and you often end up eating a lot. Instead, take little of everything so that you get to eat everything and in proper portions.

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Keeping your body hydrated

We often forget to drink water; some people barely drink 500 ml of water a day. Also, during the winter season, our skin tends to dry and keeping ourselves hydrated becomes a necessity. Dehydration can lead to a lot of problems like upset stomach, headaches, skin issues etc. Ms Bakshi suggests drinking one glass of water every hour which will be 12 to 16 glasses a day.

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