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So you've had a fabulous Holi. Played with colours. Gorged yourself on all the foods you love. Maybe even drank a little too much at the party? This post Holi detox comes in handy!
So you’ve had a fabulous Holi. Played with colours. Gorged yourself on all the foods you love. Maybe even drank a little too much at the party? This post Holi detox comes in handy!
Holi is a festival of colours, happiness and loads of food. With everyone around playing with colours, gorging on gujiyas and gulping down the tastiest thandai, you are left with absolutely no option. Just like everyone else, you leave your health and fitness goals aside to binge on the delicious Holi treats.
While a single gujiya has 270 kcals, fret not! Here is how you can get back on track after the Holi binge a.k.a Holi party. The most important part is, once you have eaten everything you need not feel guilty about it, because it is already in your tummy since you found it yummy. Leave it aside and get back on to the health bandwagon post Holi.
Let me make your post Holi journey easier. So here we go! These post party tips are just what you need after this Holi.
What are your best post Holi detox tips? Share with us!
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