With the onset of D day, brides to-be get conscious of their diet and always end up being confused about what to eat and what not to eat. Here are some healthy eating options for the soon to be brides to get that natural glow, which is difficult to hide.
Marriage season has set in again, busying hundreds or may be thousands of girls who have to take a plunge this time. Ask any of these girls what is that one thing they wish they had some more in the run up to their wedding and they, in all probability, will say – time.
When there are innumerable things to take care of, the would-be-brides always run short of time. No matter how much time management they do, there is something left unattended. Frenzy of a marriage is not easy to manage. In this hustle bustle, girls compromise on their regular and required quantity of meal and end up skipping it.
Sometimes it happens due to work pressure; while at times, girls do it deliberately with a view to look squeezed. However, what girls do not realise while doing so is that starving have adverse impact on their health as well as skin. It may leave them look pale, dull, robbing them off from the bridal glow.
Thereby, to help all the soon to-be brides, here is an insight to maintain that gorgeous glow:
Never miss any meal: It is appreciated to be in shape before the wedding, but that should not happen at the cost of natural glow. Losing extra flab is possible by eating right amount of food, clubbed with regular exercise or fitness regime. You can lose some kilos by targeted particular body fat under the guidance of a skilled fitness trainer.
Mini meals: The best way to reduce long gaps, try consuming mini meals in between the traditional three-time meal. You can also replace white rice and bread with multiple grain available on stores. Also try to munch something healthy in between which may include raw salads, fruit, nuts or fresh juice. The repercussion of not eating is that you tend to remain hungry all the more, and to satiate it, you eat unhealthy items that too at odd times. The outcome of balanced diet and exercise may bestow you with lustrous hair, glowing skin and perfect shape.
Complex carbohydrate and fiber intake: Ditching carbohydrate diet completely is something you should not think of. Meals having complex carbohydrates, rich in fibers with supply good source of energy they get absorbed slowly. Other than this, the fiber in these meals reduces hunger, preventing you from overeating. Whole wheat Pasta, brown rice, whole grain breads, beans, fruits and veggies are great source of complex carbohydrates and are high on fiber content.
Consume moderate amount of fats: One thing that brides to-be do grossly wrong is that they avoid food which has fat without knowing that it may lead to issues like skin dryness, lack of suppleness. Thus, it is imperative that you read the label properly before falling for the fad of low fat food. Also, eating almonds, flaxseeds and walnuts is a good way to fill in the gap for fats. Get your food cooked in healthy oils like olive oil, ground nut or rice bran oils. Significantly, 15-20 per cent of fat intake is must.
Cut on sugar intake: Too much of sweets lead to bloating and makes one feel heavy and lethargic. It is also one of the reasons behind sudden weight gain, blemishes and acne on face. Girls should stay away from sweets after meal and should not binge on chocolates, cakes, desserts and other sweet items. Long gaps between meals aggravates craving for sugar and to combat that intake of raisins, dates, honey or any other natural sweetner is advised.
Drink lots of water: Drinking water helps in hydrating your skin and gives remarkable glow on skin. When you are adequately hydrated, you do not over eat. Sometimes the hunger pang that you feel is on account of you being just thirsty.