Detox drinks to keep your weight in check this Diwali

61
Detox
francesca-hotchin

The trend of detoxing is increasingly taking the fitness circuit by storm. And rightly so, the heavily urbanized and increasingly toxic-ridden world we inhabit is weighing upon our health. The human body has several natural pathways to allow detoxification. But the exposure to heavy metals, preservatives and pesticides has taken the average toxin consumption by human beings to an all-time high. This Diwali drink up these detox drinks and get rid of all the junk that you consumed during the festive season.

Orange-Carrot Ginger Detox Drink

Oranges are powerhouses of antioxidants and vitamin C. Carrots are loaded with beta-carotene and fibres aiding in weight loss and digestion  Ginger is an age old home remedy. It is used for digestion, bloating, stomach cramps and packed with anti-inflammatory properties. Nothing is more convincing to prove that this is one of the best detox drink to counter the toxin intake and related problems.

Cucumber Mint Detox Drink

Another detox delight, another reason to rejoice! Mint is traditionally regarded as the best ingredients for soothing an upset stomach. Mint also improves the flow of bile through the stomach speeding the digestion process. Coupled with antioxidant rich cucumber and lemon, this cooler is as much a respite from the bustling Diwali as from the toxic overload.

Ginger Litchi Lemonade

Mostly consumed with tea, ginger is traditionally seen as an effective agent against inflammation. This summer cooler not only cleanses your vital organs but also packs the flavours of two of your favourite summer delights – litchi and lemonade.

Detox Haldi Tea

A perfect combination of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients, haldi tea consists of a number of health benefits. Turmeric being a very powerful liver cleansing spice, boosts the immunity by improving liver function.

Honey Lemon Ginger Tea

India and its love for tea requires no introduction. Spiced with a hint of ginger, honey and lemon, this drink has long been used to treat sore throats and cold. But the concoction packs more benefits than you thought.

Also Read: Some healthy Diwali delights to prepare at home

To look & book wedding venues, vendors services, please log on to wedvendors.com

Previous articleMADS Creations Launches Bespoke Bar Units
Next article5 reasons to rock polki jewellery this festive season