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5 refreshing Navratri drinks that will keep you full all day long

Published on:16 April 2021, 12:57pm IST
Navratri season is here, and that means many of you might be fasting. It’s important to replenish your body with essential nutrients, that’s why we have for you five drinks that will keep you refreshed all day long!
Manisha Chopra
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These 5 drinks are rich in nutrients, and will refresh you from the first sip. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

Navratri is one of the biggest Indian festivals that is celebrated with great enthusiasm by people from different parts of the country. It’s common to see devotees chant and pray to goddess Durga during these days. That’s not all — there are many, who fast during these 9 days. For some, it is a great way to detox the body, flush out unwanted calories and improve digestion. There are many benefits associated with fasting that can help you keep your body healthy and active. 

Here are some drinks that will help keep you fresh and full all day:
1. Lassi

Lassi is made by adding water/milk, salt and spices to curd. It can be sweet or salty, and cools down our internal body system, thereby helping with digestion. You can add mint to your lassi, because it adds a refreshing flavour. This beverage is also rich in calcium; it prevents bloating, enhances immunity and improves your bone health.

2. Badam sharbat

Soak almonds overnight. Make a smooth paste by blending these almonds, kewra, cardamom and milk. Also, make sure to add sugar to it. Badam sharbat is one of the most healthy drinks to have during the Navratri season. It gives you instant energy, and leaves you feeling refreshed for the rest of the day. This sharbat is a good source of calcium and phosphorus. Moreover, it helps to improve brain power, and is good for healthy and glowing skin. It also prevents birth defects.

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3. Coconut water

Coconut water is an excellent source of nutrients like thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pyridoxine and folates. It has antibacterial and antiviral properties that help in making your immunity system strong and healthy. Apart from this, coconut water keeps you hydrated for long.

4. Fruit smoothie

Eating fruits is a healthy option during the Navratri season. You can make a smoothie, using a variety of fruits like banana or strawberries, kiwi or mangoes, whatever you like. Fruits contain several essential nutrients and fibre, which keeps you energised and full for a long time.

Whenever you feel the desire to truly relplenish your body, drink the coco up! Image Courtesy: Shutterstock
5. Mint shikanji

It’s the perfect drink to keep you energized, while you’re on a fast. What’s more, it also helps to beat the scorching heat. Mint shikanji, with the tanginess of lemon and the freshness of mint, offers various health benefits. It is good for digestion and the health of your skin. It also improves respiratory and oral problems like tooth decay and plaque.

Manisha Chopra Manisha Chopra

Manisha Chopra, a stellar nutritionist, dietitian, and fitness expert considers that a man is truly what he consumes. Manisha believes that when one is sincere and disciplined to eat right and exercise regularly, then the body can function optimally and undergo enhanced physical, mental and emotional state of affairs. As a Nutritionist, she has assisted a number of clients towards a fruitful lifestyle, through easy dietetic and lifestyle alterations.