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Post-Diwali Diet Plan to shed that extra weight | The Times of India

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There are plenty of diets that one can follow to regulate their weight during Diwali. Here’s a simple diet plan that can help one deal with binge-eating and stimulate weight loss:

Every morning it is recommended to drink a glass of water including Cinnamon (�th tsp) + Methi (� tsp) + mint (3-4 leaves) that are soaked overnight.

Breakfast can include a range of meals like:

> skimmed milk + oats + 5 soaked almonds

> Oats cheela + buttermilk + 5 almonds, 2 walnuts

> Poha + buttermilk + 5 almonds, 2 walnuts

> Banana oats smoothie (1 banana, 75ml milk, 5 almonds)

> Besan dhokla (5 pcs) + buttermilk + 5 almonds

> Suji Upma + buttermilk + 5 almonds.

In the afternoon, one can have any 1seasonal fruit like an apple/ papaya.

Lunch can have combinations for each day like:

> 1 tsp Psyllium husk with a glass of water + 2 Chapattis (made combining bran+ atta) + Dal (1 bowl) + Curd (1 bowl, made from skimmed milk)

> 1 tsp Psyllium husk + 2 veg stuff chapati with plain curd

> 1 tsp Psyllium husk + 1 bowl oats porridge + curd

> 4 idlis + sambhar + mint chutney

> Green moong dal chaat (1 bowl) with buttermilk

> Veg Poha (1/2 poha 1/2 veggies) + curd.

1 bowl of salad during lunch is recommended.

Teatime can include Tea (1 cup with no sugar) + biscuit (1-2) or dry puffed rice chaat or 1 bowl of makhana.

Before dinner, a bowl of Vegetable Clear Soup or Chicken stock is recommended.

Dinner too includes a range of foods that one can select from over the 5 days. They include:

> 1 tsp Psyllium husk with a glass of water + Sauteed Veg (1 bowl including capsicum, broccoli, mushrooms, and onion) or Saut�ed Chicken in olive oil (1-2 tsp)

> 1 Cup Brown rice or 1 Chapati (made combining atta+ bran) with dry vegetables + salad

> 2 Oats cheela with mint chutney

> Blackchana chaat

> 1 Bowl steamed veggies + 1 bowl oats porridge

> 2 bowls moong dal with 1 katori dry vegetables

> 4 slices of thin-crust pizza

> and Veg pasta (1/4th pasta and rest veggies in red sauce).

A concoction of curry leaves wherein a few curry leaves being boiled in a cup of water stimulates weight loss better post-dinner.

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