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Holi hangover? Check out 7 effective Ayurvedic tips for post-festival detoxification

Published on Mar 26, 2024 06:00 AM IST

Recover from the festive indulgence with Ayurvedic wisdom. Explore seven top tips for post-Holi detoxification, designed to rejuvenate your body and mind.

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“After indulging in heavy and fatty foods during Holi celebrations, it's essential to focus on detoxifying the body to restore balance and vitality. Ayurveda recommends a holistic approach to the body's natural detoxification processes,” says Dr Dimple Jangda, Ayurveda & Gut Health Coach. She further shared top tips for post Holi detoxication in her recent Instagram post. (Pixabay) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Mar 26, 2024 06:00 AM IST

“After indulging in heavy and fatty foods during Holi celebrations, it's essential to focus on detoxifying the body to restore balance and vitality. Ayurveda recommends a holistic approach to the body's natural detoxification processes,” says Dr Dimple Jangda, Ayurveda & Gut Health Coach. She further shared top tips for post Holi detoxication in her recent Instagram post. (Pixabay)

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Start your day with a glass of warm water mixed with lemon juice to kickstart your metabolism, aid digestion, and alkalize your body, promoting the elimination of toxins and excess water.(Pixabay) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Mar 26, 2024 06:00 AM IST

Start your day with a glass of warm water mixed with lemon juice to kickstart your metabolism, aid digestion, and alkalize your body, promoting the elimination of toxins and excess water.(Pixabay)

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Sonth, or dried ginger powder, when consumed with water, aids digestion by stimulating the digestive fire (agni) and promoting the breakdown and absorption of nutrients.(Shutterstock) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Mar 26, 2024 06:00 AM IST

Sonth, or dried ginger powder, when consumed with water, aids digestion by stimulating the digestive fire (agni) and promoting the breakdown and absorption of nutrients.(Shutterstock)

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Tikshna foods are those with sharp and pungent tastes, such as spices like ginger, black pepper, and mustard seeds. These help to stimulate digestion and metabolism, aiding in the elimination of toxins.(Pixabay) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Tikshna foods are those with sharp and pungent tastes, such as spices like ginger, black pepper, and mustard seeds. These help to stimulate digestion and metabolism, aiding in the elimination of toxins.(Pixabay)

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Ruksha foods are dry in nature and include items like roasted nuts, seeds, and whole grains like quinoa or barley. These foods help to absorb excess moisture and mucus in the body, promoting detoxification.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Ruksha foods are dry in nature and include items like roasted nuts, seeds, and whole grains like quinoa or barley. These foods help to absorb excess moisture and mucus in the body, promoting detoxification.(Unsplash)

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Laghu foods are light and easy to digest, such as steamed vegetables, lentils, and leafy greens. Consuming light foods allows the body to focus its energy on cleansing and rejuvenation.(Pixabay) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Laghu foods are light and easy to digest, such as steamed vegetables, lentils, and leafy greens. Consuming light foods allows the body to focus its energy on cleansing and rejuvenation.(Pixabay)

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Barley: Barley is a commonly consumed cereal grain. It is rich in fiber and many other vitamins and minerals. Individuals who are not accustomed to eating a high fibre diet may face gas issues if they add barley to their diet all of a sudden. Barley also contains gluten, hence people with gluten insensitivity or intolerance may face issues regarding gas.(Shutterstock) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Mar 26, 2024 06:00 AM IST

Barley: Barley is a commonly consumed cereal grain. It is rich in fiber and many other vitamins and minerals. Individuals who are not accustomed to eating a high fibre diet may face gas issues if they add barley to their diet all of a sudden. Barley also contains gluten, hence people with gluten insensitivity or intolerance may face issues regarding gas.(Shutterstock)

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Ragi is rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals, which supports digestion and promotes detoxification.(depositphotos) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Mar 26, 2024 06:00 AM IST

Ragi is rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals, which supports digestion and promotes detoxification.(depositphotos)

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