At parties, we all give breaks to our diet plans. There is so much delicious to drink and eat at parties that we tend to cheat on our diet plan. And often we land up overeating or indulging in unhealthy snacks but the next morning we feel bad, lethargic, and even sometimes sick.
What has essentially happened to our body is all the food and drink that we eat, contains simple carbs, sugar, salt & alcohol. These food items make you lethargic or bloated, some of them like alcohol are considered toxic for your body, and overall, too many calories increase your blood sugar levels & water retention.
Tips to detoxify your body after partying hard
- Avoid meat completely for a day
- Keep the protein quotient low as it put stress on your digestive system
- Restrict salt intake to maintain sodium levels in the body
- Eat fiber-rich foods
- Keep dairy product consumption at its minimum
- Avoid saturated fat content in food
- Consume a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables as they are rich in antioxidants that help in removing toxins from the body
- Drink lots of water as hydrating your body helps detoxification
- No caffeine intake
- No processed sugar items
- Avoid simple carbohydrates like maida, white bread, pasta, etc
- Avoid starchy vegetables like potatoes, corn, peas, etc.
You can start your day with a glass of lukewarm water, a pinch of ginger, half a lemon, and a pinch of cinnamon. For breakfast, you can take a bowl of any fruit. For lunch, you can have moong dal khichdi, simple and easy to digest. For evening snacks, you can take a glass of coconut water. For dinner, you can opt for any green leafy vegetable and chapati.
Apart from the diet, you can do moderate exercise at home for half an hour. Doing exercise on regular basis is good enough to flush out the toxins. Ensure to follow these easy tips to detox your body and you are ready for your next party.
(Disclaimer: The content on this site is for informational purposes only, and should not be taken as professional medical advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other health professionals for any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.)