Healthy Diet Tips: 3 Nutritionist-Approved Tips To Detox After Binge-Eating – NDTV Food

The festive season is here and so is the time to go on a bingeing spree. It is that time of the year when we have different festivals back-to-back. And let’s agree, no festival seems complete without indulging in different types of sweet and savoury dishes. As a result, we often end up over stuffing ourselves with yummy foods. While it is totally okay to binge on a special day, what we need to keep in mind is proper healthcare post that. And the best way to do that is through detoxification. According to health experts, flushing out toxins from the body is of utmost importance. It helps regulate metabolism, promote digestion and also nourish us from within.

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Considering this, celebrity nutritionist Lovneet Batra has come up with some super easy tips to detox ourselves after over eating. You can also follow these tips throughout the year, the morning after eating out. Lovneet Batra shared her suggestions on Instagram and wrote alongside, “Had a binge eating session? Don’t worry, we all have the days we slip up from our “healthy’ diets and can’t control ourselves from all the temptations out there.”

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3 Tips To Detox After Binge-Eating – Nutritionist Lovneet Batra Suggests:

1. Start your day with Tulsi-ginger water:

Drinking Tulsi-ginger water in the morning is the best way to boost your digestive energy. All you need to do is going water with Tulsi leaves and ginger, strain the water and take a sip.

2. Consume soaked sabja before breakfast:

Lovneet Batra recommends eating one tablespoon of soaked sabja seeds in the morning. These seeds being high on alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) stimulate fat-burning metabolism in the body. Moreover, the fibre in sabja seeds help boost digestion, aiding gut-health.

3. Add sprouts to your breakfast meal:

Sprouted beans and legumes are loaded with several essential nutrients including protein, fibre, vitamins et al. These nutrients help us keep full for long and refuel us with energy. Moreover, it helps slow-down “post eat-out binge”.

Watch the detailed post below:

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Eat healthy, stay fit!

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