Knowing what to eat and what to avoid while fasting

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You can have 'Sabudana' as 'Khichadi' or 'Kheer' and 'Kuttu Ka Aata' as 'Parantha'.

You can have ‘Sabudana’ as ‘Khichadi’ or ‘Kheer’ and ‘Kuttu Ka Aata’ as ‘Parantha’.

One can eat dried fruits to increase their energy level and immunity on a fasting day in these crown times.

Janmashtami will be celebrated on August 30, which is Monday. Every year, Shri Krishna’s birthday is celebrated with great zeal and zeal throughout the country. On this day, “Bhajan-Kirtan” programs are held in some areas and temples, while some also decorate “Jhankis” and even organize “Dahi-Handi” celebrations. People fast and spend time worshiping Lord Krishna all day long and until the time of his birth which is midnight. Since we are talking about fasting, there are also several dos and don’ts. Let’s see what you should eat while fasting:

You can eat dried fruits to increase their energy level and immunity on the day of the fast. This is even more important in the days of Corona. If you start your fast with almonds or walnuts, it will give you energy for the whole day.

To maintain your energy level and immunity, you can consume watery fruits like blackberry, watermelon, and grapes. Additionally, if you want to feel full without overeating, you can have seasonal fruits like bananas, apples, and guava.

You can also have sour milk lassi. It keeps you from being thirsty. It helps you feel full and boosts energy and immunity.

“Sabudana” and “Kuttu Ka Aata” can also be very helpful in improving your energy and immunity. You can have ‘Sabudana’ as ‘Khichadi’ or ‘Kheer’ and ‘Kuttu Ka Aata’ as ‘Parantha’.

Many people consume ‘Pakoda’, crisps, ‘Papad’, ‘Kuttu and Singadha Puris’. One should avoid having such foods as they can create problems like acidity and gas.

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