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The Ultimate Guide to Post Diwali Detox

Diwali is finally here, which means there’s great food, lots of fun, surrounded by family and friends, and festivities. After a month-long celebration of Navratri, Durga Puja, Dussehra and Diwali, you’ve probably forgotten all about your diet.


Now that the festive season is coming to an end, it is time to do a reality check and make a few changes in your lifestyle, as well as in your diet. That being said, it is difficult to make all these changes over-night, which is why we have put together an easy, simple to follow post-diwali detox. Detoxifying not only benefits you internally, but also makes a huge difference in your energy levels, and the way you look and feel.


While most people confuse detoxification with weight loss, the truth is you may not lose weight while detoxifying the body. Eating right and healthy is more important than starving and detox food can provide you with all the required nutrients.


Foods and Drinks that can help Detox Post-Diwali


Agamya Organics Certified Honey




Honey, lime and warm water – a morning ritual that you cannot miss out on. These three ingredients together can work magic on your body and gastrointestinal tract. Drink this on an empty stomach, every morning to prevent bloating, constipation, excess fat, etc. Since Limes contain vitamin C, this can also help make your skin brighter over time.


We have a variety of honeys that have various benefits. It can lower cholesterol and blood pressure, it is rich in antioxidants, it contains some essential nutrients, and so much more.


Agamya Certified Organic Green Tea


Green Tea:


A green tea detox involves adding 3-4 cups of green tea to your daily diet for several weeks. Since green tea is rich in antioxidants, it can easily help detoxify the body as well as fight damage causing free radicals. Green tea improves metabolism and Agamya’s green tea is known to boost immunity as well. Be sure to try Agamya’s certified organic tea.


Fruits for Post-diwali, festive detox


Fresh Fruits:


Fruits are loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help fight against free radicals. They are known to improve digestion, promote healthy skin and hair, etc. Apart from the vitamins, some fruits are rich in fiber which will help improve bowel movement.

Some fruits that you can incorporate in your detox diet are - apples, berries, lime, papayas, bananas and pomegranates to name the least.


Agamya's Certified Organic Apple Cider Vinegar with The Mother


Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV):


Studies have shown that ACV helps with weight loss, removal of toxins and free-radicals from the body, and regulation of blood sugar. In some cases, it can also help boost immunity overtime, by regular consumption. 2 tablespoons of ACV in a glass of water on an empty stomach should help easily detoxify.

Ever tried different flavours of organic ACV “with the mother”? We have 3 unique flavours - original, ACV with ginger & garlic, and ACV with ginger and turmeric.


Agamya's Caertified Organic Moringa Powder


Moringa Powder:


Moringa is rich in antioxidants and contains 90+ nutritional compounds. Moringa powder acts as a natural detox and is a rich source of phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals and almost 46 antioxidants including all the 9 essential amino acids.


Take 1 cup of spinach (palak), 1 cucumber, juice of 1 lime (or according to your taste), and 1 tbsp moringa powder. Add all the ingredients together and blend well until smooth. This green drink will surely help you feel more refreshed, energized and detoxed. 

Try Agamya’s certified moringa powder to naturally purify your body from within.



Food & Drinks for post-diwali Detox




The best and most inexpensive way to flush out all the toxins from the body is to drink lots of water. Water keeps you hydrated and cleanses the system from all toxins, chemicals, and excessive fat and sugars. Drinking 2-4 liters of water a day is more than enough to keep you well hydrated and your body toxin free.


Post-Diwali detox


Sleep & Exercise:


These two are the most important factors that we usually forget to follow. Exercise and sleep should never be neglected as it rejuvenates your body, keeping you fresh and active both physically and mentally. Exercise in any form, even yoga can help tremendously, by speeding up the detox process.


Some Tips to Give your System a Much-Needed Break


Instead of having full meals, have large bowls of vegetable soup to fill yourself. Add a variety of vegetables and spices to make your soup healthy and equally tasty.

Avoid skipping meals, and stick to small frequent meals throughout the day. Have plain roasted, steamed, grilled vegetables, and/or fruits instead of simply fasting.

Avoid all so-called diet chips and snacks as they contain high amounts of sodium and will leave you feeling puffy and heavy.

Stay away from white food like maida/refined, all purpose flour, rice, sugar and other processed items.

Drink fluids like coconut water, fruit and vegetable juices, buttermilk, green tea etc.

Have light meals like khichdi or porridge as it’ll keep you feeling full instead of pushing you to reach out to those snacks that you've been trying hard to avoid.


If eating too many sweets, oily food and/or consuming alcohol this festive season has caused you to put on some extra weight, along with some digestive problems, we hope that this blog will help you effectively detox and help bring in fitness in no time.

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