imss

9 ways to keep up with the 9 Divine Incarnations

By Nmami Agarwal             04/06/2019

9 ways to keep up with the 9 Divine Incarnations

Widely acknowledged to revere Maa Durga, navratri is of the most celebrated and noted festival. Over the 9 days the energy and power of 9 goddesses in different forms are worshipped. Navratri situates the significance of adoring and glorifying these triumphant energies of the universe with the underlying meaning promoting the victory of righteous and virtuous over the evil.

This vibrant festival is extremely auspicious. With a lot of exuberance and zeal people offer their devotion in different ways across the country, most of them by fasting and worshipping in the name of the divine goddesses.

The following fasting food suggestions will help you keep pace and admire the festivities in full health and by making healthy eating choices:

DAY-1: Kutto Atta
Also know as buckwheat flour, kutto atta is the most preferred during the navratri festival. Apart from the delectable flavor, it has multiple health benefits to it. One of the most appetizing fasting tuck-ins is very filling and keeps you full and satiated. Stacked with nutrients, kutto stimulates your energy and is easy to assimilate in your diet. It improves metabolic processes and aids in digestion. You can have kutto ka atta in the following forms; roti, dosa and paratha.

DAY-2: Sama Chawal
Popularly known as barnyard millet, the sama chawal is a very wholesome option while you are fasting. It is a rich source of protein and other essential nutrients proving to be extremely healthy for the overall immunity. Sama Chawal has no sodium and is gluten free which makes it even better. It controls blood pressure, cholesterol and helps in digestion. A serving of this meal keeps you satisfied and satiated the entire day and energized along with.

DAY-3: Sabudana
Sago or sabudana are packed with carbohydrates which make you feel full, satiated and energetic the entire day. Feasible to digest, sabudana keeps your body cool and frisky. It aids in controlling blood pressure and maintains the overall balance in the body. It can be consumed in various forms like khichdi, thalipeeth, kheer and many more.

DAY-4: Dry Fruits And Roasted Nuts
Dry fruits have multifarious benefits attached to it. They are very healthy and boast high energy quantum. They keep you in full and in vigour during the fasts. Highly nutritious, dry fruits should definitely be a part of your navratri meals. They can be eaten raw or added to any savory like halwa, laddo etc. Roasted nuts, especially, fox nuts are so in demand during the fasting season. They are stacked with nutrients and satiate your body. They hydrate you well and keep your energy intact. Fox nuts are quite popular in form of halwa, kheer and many more.

DAY- : Fresh Fruits
Fruits are wholesome punch of energy. Extremely nutritious, fruits heighten the supply of energy and stimulate immunity. Along with its delicious taste, fruits keep you satisfied and full. They ease digestion and metabolic processes. Fruits keep you rejuvenated and hydrated too. It acts as a detoxifier and keeps your body cool. You can also combine all the fruits to consume in form a fruit chat or any way you want.

DAY-6: Singhade ka Atta
Water chestnut flour also known as singhade ka atta is a very popular navratri ingredient. This is rich in nutrients and very filling. Delicious and easy to digest it aids in metabolic processes and other health issues. It keeps you hydrated and energized. Singhade ka atta can be eaten in form of halwa, cheela and many more.

DAY-7: Paneer
Cottage cheese is extremely healthful and flavorsome. It is protein rich and improves digestion, maintains sugar level and is good for your overall health. It can be eaten during the fasts as it keeps you satiated, energetic and is very hydrating. It boosts your immunity and keeps you going the entire day. To ensure that the purity is preserved you can also prepare paneer at home too.

DAY-8: Plain Yogurt
Extremely refreshing and nutritious, yogurt can be very helpful during the fasting season. Apart from its multiple health benefits, it keeps your body cool. Yogurt is very stuffing and keeps you zealous and active for long. It hydrates as well as soothes your body. Yogurt keeps you rejuvenated and freshens you mind and body.

DAY-9: Coconut Water
The most natural and regenerating, coconut water must be added to your diet. Several nutrients and hydration coconut water has all the properties to soothe you body and maintain the cool. Generally, after munching on filling diets for longer you need an escape in form of lighter food or fluid to ease digestion and for better metabolic process. It benefits the entire body and keeps you energetic.

Over to you

Navratri is considered the most propitious festival. Therefore, binge on all the navratri specialties and succulent foods without compromising with you health and wellness. Enjoy the auspicious season of knowledge and fortune in full vigour and vitality.

 

Like this Article ?

Share it with your friends and loved ones:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© 2019 All Right Reserved

corpo logo

Are you with me on this healthy journey?

Sign up to get started

Shares