Foods And Habits Brides To Be Must Avoid
“Switch to good carbohydrates like oats, quinoa, jowar and bajra that provide energy and also sustains you throughout the day”
Brides to be, are often instructed about what they should eat and the foods that would make them glow on their special day. However, besides the beauty essentials, there are few things the bride to be, must stay away from. Thus, here is a list of food items and activities the bride to be, must NOT eat or do before the wedding.
Foods And Habits To Avoid Before Your Wedding
Eating White Rice, Refined Flour And Sugar
White rice, refined flour and sugar lead to an instant sugar spike and leaves the body in a low energy state. All of these are also easy sources of calories. So switch to good carbohydrates like oats, quinoa, jowar and bajra that provide energy and also sustains you throughout the day with the least consumption of calories.
Being a diuretic, alcohol leaves the body in a dehydrated state. It also can cause bloating. So, avoid drinking, it you don’t want to feel thirsty and look bloated.
Smoking causes catabolism which is muscle loss. It depletes antioxidants like vitamin C and E which are anti- aging nutrients. It also makes you lose essential fatty acids like omega.
Gorging On Fried Foods
Fried foods contain toxic substances and leads to fat gain, so you wouldn’t want to gain unnecessary fat just a few days before the wedding.
Being Awake Till Late
Staying up late compromises on sleep and good sleep is needed to rejuvenate the body. If you avoid getting your beauty sleep, it will cause a decline in your immunity and can also lead to a sore feeling in the morning.
Exercise helps to keep the body’s metabolism high. It also helps in keeping the body and mind in balance in terms of physical, mental and emotional well-being. So, do not miss on all the energizing workouts for the day!
When you are on a regime that includes good exercise, yoga and meditation and an optimal diet comprising of complex carbohydrates, lean protein, essential fatty acids, adequate fibre and plenty of water, you will automatically be well equipped for your ‘Big Day’!