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Navaratri 2022: 5 Beverages To Keep You Hydrated During Your Fast

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The auspicious occasion of Navratri is here. It is a celebration of nine days where devotees worship Goddess Durga and most people observe fasts. Although the fast is an excellent chance for your body to detox, it could also have an adverse effect if you are not mindful of what you eat throughout the day. Dehydration is among the most frequent issues that most individuals experience during Navratri.

These five delicious beverages will help you stay hydrated and energized throughout your fasting period.

 1. Chhaas 

It is a satisfying and healthy beverage that is a favorite of most Indians. Probiotics have calming effects and provide the body with the necessary nutrients.

2. Mint Lassi

With this recipe, you may revitalize and refresh while remaining full for a long time. Say goodbye to weakness and rapid exhaustion by giving this recipe a try at home. The dash of mint invigorates your senses while adding essential micronutrients to your body.

3. Kesar Masala Doodh

Whether used in sweet or savory dishes, saffron and cardamom are a staple of Indian cooking. This drink is ideal for hydrating your body and pleasing to your palate at the same time because it is packed with the rich flavors of Kesar (saffron). It also has beauty benefits as Kesar is full of antioxidants that bring out the inner festive glow.

4. Badam Kesar Sharbat

This Navratri skips the artificially-flavored drinks and opts for an indulgent, power-packed, and healthy option like badam Kesar sharbat. This traditional drink is consumed especially during the fasting season as it is rich in essential nutrients that your body needs as fuel while you’re fasting. Add a dash of rose, saffron, and cardamom and you have a winner!

5. Orange Juice

For busy officegoers who are fasting this Navratri, orange juice is a perfect beverage. An excellent source of Vitamin C, it supports your immune during the changing weather and also keeps you hydrated for longer.

We hope we have sorted your Navaratri drinks menu. Try these drinks and rejuvenate yourself with this Navaratri. Have a great, happy, and healthy Navaratri!

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