Best 5 Indian Foods for Brides and Grooms to Get In Shape before Wedding

With everything that is luxurious and complicated, Indian marriage is true called “Big Fat Indian Wedding”. Here are best 5 Indian foods for brides and grooms to get in shape before wedding by best wedding planners in Jaipur.

When it comes to other preparations such as jewelry, food, clothing, decorations etc. Couples and families tend to be excessive but if there is one thing that everyone wants to drop, it’s hard.

Lose Weight In The Right Way!

The bride and groom who will soon be interested in shedding a few kilograms, in an effort to see the best on their great day. But what is equally important is to ensure that you lose weight in the right way. Stay fit and healthy throughout the duration of your wedding celebration will ensure you stay energetic for all rituals and ceremonies, look happier and brighter and enjoy at any time of the day. Therefore, do not starve on cleaning juice and detox soup diet but get a healthy and reasonable diet plan for a few months, before D-day. Couples who are fed well for a happy couple, right?

Five Indian Super Foods

Indian marriage is identical to ceremonies and rituals. Customs can vary based on caste and region but some general threads still unite everything. Food rituals in marriage that have occurred since hundreds of years not only have symbolic significance but also the tradition of life that tells us what should be eaten for a thinner body and shining skin. And does modern science agree with it? The answer is yes astonishing.

1. Rice


Ayurveda celebrates rice as a symbol of fertility and sustenance. No wonder if so-married to rice. Modern nutrition is synchronizing with this ancient wisdom but makes it a little different. First, rice becomes a “prebiotic” acting as an important stimulant to promote the growth of probiotic bacteria. Prebiotics are very important to induce changes in the composition of the intestinal microbial population. Healthy Gut Flora is the main pillar on the foundation for healthy fertility, both for men and women. Secondly, rice is rich in vitamin B and has Inositol. Attractive new research reveals that together with vitamin B-complex, inositol can help your body break up fat that accumulates in the heart. This is known as a lipotropic agent and helps promote fat redistribution when losing weight.

2. Turmeric

Turmeric is a classic in Indian wedding. There is no complete marriage without a ‘Haldi’ ceremony. And it’s not difficult to guess why. Haldi has long been celebrated as a “detoxification” agent by Ayurveda because it is known to increase and regulate liver function. Rich in antioxidants & anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric latte or “Haldi Doodh” are the ultimate immune booster needed by your body to protect themselves from capturing any infection. It is also one of the most delicious drinks and “without bother” to have when you fall tired or tired after shopping, socializing and running a trial for your wedding clothes.

3. Coconut

Coconut is considered a divine offer to ensure a blessed marriage. Coconut rituals go by the bride and father put coconut in the hands of the groom. At the same time, coconut is also considered a symbol of prosperity in India. Coconut trees are not called “kalpavriksha” which means “life trees” for nothing. Medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) in coconut are unique groups of essential fatty acids, because they can be used or metabolized immediately by the body to be used as energy and not stored as fat. Coconut consists of a special fatty acid called lauric acid, which is not like a lot of saturated fat, actually accelerates weight loss. It also helps reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and many other health problems.

4. Ghee

There is no pooja or any ceremony that can happen without Ghee to be an integral part of it. It was the food of the gods. Contrary to popular beliefs, food fat is very important to burn fat in the body (i.e. body triglycerides) Ghee is very unique among all diet fat because of the presence of SCFA (short chain fatty acids). SCFA in Ghee makes it “lipolytic” – which breaks body fat and helps weight loss. Not only that, rub Ghee on your feet with the palm of your hand before going to bed will induce a deep sleep, and make sure you wake up feeling lighter.

5. Sugar

This might be surprising! But sweetness is considered by Ayurveda as the most important of all six tastes. What is important, it feels attributed to positive emotions of happiness, joy, love and satisfaction. Therefore, sugar is part of all happy celebrations in our country. But what? Not the type that is industrialized and chemically reduced referred to as HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) in your cola, cake, chocolate, biscuits, flavored powder, cake, canned juice, etc. Use enough sugar in Ladoos, Moong Daal Halwa and homemade dried fruit. This food keeps blood sugar levels stable and can run far in making you feel more energetic and lighter for the rest of the day.

May you be a good start for a healthy and happy wedding!

This guest post is contributed by our nutritionist & fitness consultant.

Our Nutrition & Fitness Consultant is a famous Mumbai-based nutritionist, specializing in the Indian food diet. Advocates who are vibrant from local & traditional Indian foods, it is the only Indian professional to obtain a Master’s degree in Nutrition and International Health Fitness Instructors from the American College of Sports Medicine. He has learned & practiced Iyengar Yoga. Over the past 15 years, he has worked as a nutritional consultant and sports with a variety of clients from all levels of society. These are some best tips by our team of wedding planners in jaipur.

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