Rakshabandhan 2023: Rakshabandhan is a festival where families and relatives spend time together. Any festival is incomplete without sweets. Then the festival of Raksha Bandhan is a festival of tying rakhi to brothers as well as feeding them sweets of their choice. In the festival of Rakshabandhan, the market is decorated with sweets. Sister definitely brings her brother’s favorite sweet. However, people who are facing health problems such as diabetes, overweight, and other diseases should be cautious while consuming sweets. By the way, consuming too many sweets can harm everyone.
If you want to eat sweets, keep the following in mind:
- Control of quantity: Avoid eating sweets in excess. Consume in small quantities only.
- Sugar-free alternatives: Nowadays sugar-free sweets are also available in the market. This option may be better for diabetics.
- Ingredient check: Check the ingredients that are added to the sweets. Some ingredients can be harmful to your health.
- Avoid ghee and butter: Avoid consuming sweets with excess ghee or butter, it can increase your cholesterol.
- Physical Activities: After eating sweets, try to indulge in some physical activity, like wrestling, yoga or exercise..
- Hygiene: Take care of the cleanliness of the place where sweets are made. If the place doesn’t look clean, avoid buying sweets from there.
- Taj Mithai: Take care of the freshness of the sweets as well. If they look too old, don’t buy them.
- Formulation and Colour: Some sweets are loaded with colors and preservatives which are not good for health. Avoid overly colored or unusual looking sweets.
- Ingredients: Find out about the ingredients used in sweets. Avoid sweets fried in excess oil or ghee, such as ghee, sugar, nuts etc.
Disclaimer: Before following the methods, methods and suggestions mentioned in this article, do consult a doctor or related expert.
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