5 Ayurvedic drinks to boost weight loss

Published on:3 June 2022, 20:11pm IST

Ayurvedic drinks for weight loss are supposed to help burn abdominal fat, suppress appetite, and speed up metabolism. So, give these 5 drinks a shot and see what happens!

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Triphala is a well-known weight loss drink in the Ayurvedic world because it controls blood sugar levels, is high in antioxidants, prevents bloating, and can keep abdominal fat at bay. Triphala is a combination of three fruits: amla (gooseberry), harada (haritaki), and behada (bibhitaki). Furthermore, this herbal beverage is well-known for its ability to cleanse and detoxify the body. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

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Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, has a plethora of health, hair, and skin advantages. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

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Guggul is an Ayurvedic herb that includes guggulsterone, a plant sterol that has been shown to burn fat and treat abdominal obesity. It is a natural cholesterol-lowering herb as well. To improve nutrient absorption, guggul should be used with other herbs such as amalaki, Shilajit, and black pepper. You can consume it in the morning or at night after boiling it in water. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

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Fenugreek seeds, which have a plethora of health benefits, can also aid in weight loss. It can help you control your hunger and cravings by keeping you fuller for longer. Simply soak fenugreek seeds overnight in boiling water and drink the fluid the next morning. Drinking fenugreek-infused water can also aid in immunity, blood sugar regulation, and digestion. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

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In Ayurveda, ashwagandha is utilized as a medicinal herb. Boil 3-4 Ashwagandha roots in water for 15 to 20 minutes to prepare it. Strain the water into a cup, add honey, stir well and drink it. This herb can help control stress levels, serum cortisol levels, and food cravings, according to a study published in the Journal of Evidence Based Integrative Medicine. As a result, your eating habits will improve and you will lose weight. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

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