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Extend your yoga practice at the breakfast table.

Extend your yoga practice at
the breakfast table

Extend your yoga practice at the breakfast table.

Yoga is a mind body exercise that combines physical activity, controlled breathing and mental rest.

Yoga offers a whole lot of benefits in curing and preventing health problems. One of the major health issue we all face today is “stress”. Studies have shown that a little bit of yoga in the morning or any part of the day can help minimize stress and increase productivity.

It is important to keep a check on the stress levels because of its direct co-relation with diabetes and hypertension.

The best part is anyone can do yoga.

Practicing yoga asanas/ postures is one of the most advantageous routine but when you complement it with good healthy eating habits it creates wonders.

It is rightly said that you are the God or Goddess and your body is a temple. So, keep it clean inside out.

There is a lot of hype when it comes to what to eat and what not to eat. But the principle is to keep food choices simple, pure, fresh and use your best common sense. Your inner yogi knows your body best.

Your diet should provide you with ample energy and nutrition. There are ingredients that cleanses, purifies and detoxifies the body, keeping it light, nourished and the mind clear.

As we talk about nourishment, nobody better than yourself can know what you need as an individual. It can be different from what others need or what you needed five years ago or what you may need five years from now.

Just as you listen to the body on the yoga mat, learn to listen to your body at the breakfast table.

Here are some diet tips that can help you with gaining maximum benefits before and after your morning yoga session.

  • Start your day with a glass of fruits/vegetables juices like Jamun juice, Karela juice or Aloe vera juice. They are not only light and hydrating but also easy to digest with therapeutic benefits. You can also try melon juice and smoothies or coconut water as alternatives.
  • Your breakfast can include carb rich foods with low glycemic index like whole grain cereals/ oats, breads, rotis. Apples and Papayas are another option.
  • After the yoga class replenish the body fluids with fruits and salads. You can also rehydrate and refuel with dark green leafy vegetable juices or soups.
  • At the meal time add enough protein to your diet. Proteins will help you keep going through the day. Add ingredients like milk, paneer, eggs, tofu, chicken & fish to your recipes.

On the International Yoga Day, challenge yourself to get a perfect body, happy mind and a calm soul by combining yoga asanas, meditation, pranayama and a healthy diet.

Disclaimer:

The purpose of this blog is to promote broad consumer understanding and knowledge of various health and wellness topics. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.

 

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