Navratri Diet Plan: What to Eat for 9 Days of Navratri? Learn Every Days Morning To Night Diet Chart | Navratri Fasting Diet Plan | Navratri Fast / Vrat

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Navratri fasting: Avoid eating too much fried food in this Navratri

Special things

  • Eat more and more fruits and nuts in Navratri.
  • Try to avoid eating fried foods as much as possible.
  • You can make Kuttu Paneer Cheela for the main meal.

What To Eat In Navratri Fast / Vrat: Navratri is not only about fasting and performing rituals, but also with the aim of cleansing your body by giving it the right food. Shardiya Navratri 2020 has started from today. In such a situation, it is necessary to take a healthy diet to avoid the harm from fasting. Here is the Navratri Diet Chart by Nutritionist Namami Agarwal, following which you can keep yourself energetic for 9 days of Navratri. Often for fasting, we rely on recipes that are made with oil, salt, fat, or carbs, so you know the results?

Navratri is considered as one of the most auspicious festivals in India, but it may come with minor health concerns of indulging in fried, salty and sugar-rich foods. It is also noteworthy that this marks a change in weather and a greater likelihood of seasonal infection.

To increase metabolism and immunity in your body, it is very important to get rid of body toxins as well as to keep the bowel light and healthy. In such a situation, it becomes very important to follow the Navratri Fasting Diet Plan.

If you are looking for complete Navratri diet plan, then 9 days diet chart is given below to make your fast healthy.

Day one

  • Morning- Fruit / Milk / Soaked Nuts
  • Breakfast – Apple Almond Milk Shake with Chia Seeds
  • Mid Morning – Coconut Water
  • Lunch – Rajgira (Amarnath) Roti with gourd vegetable
  • Post Lunch – Jaggery Lassi or Mint Chas
  • Evening – 1 cup of tea / coffee without sugar (optional)
  • Before dinner – 1-2 fruits
  • Dinner – Spinach with 1/2 boiled potato

Second day

  • Morning- Fruit / Milk / Soaked Nuts
  • Breakfast – Kuttu Paneer with Chila Curd
  • Mid Morning – Lemonade with any fruit of your choice
  • Lunch – Baked Sago Tikki with Cucumber Salad and Yogurt
  • Evening – Baked with a pinch of rock salt or tea with roasted makhana
  • Dinner – 30 minutes after condensed pumpkin gourd soup + 1 glass of milk

day 3

  • Morning fruits / milk / dry fruits
  • Breakfast – Kuttu dosa filled with vegetables (pumpkin, gourd)
  • Mid Morning – Handful of Roasted Makhana + Fruit
  • Lunch – Singhada flour roti with potato vegetable
  • Evening – 1 cup of tea / coffee without sugar (optional)
  • Dinner – Dry Fruit Milk

Fourth day

  • Morning- Fruit / Milk / Soaked Nuts
  • Breakfast – Amarnath Dosa + Mint Coriander Chutney
  • Mid Morning – Chamomile Tea
  • Lunch – sweet potato chaat + walnuts
  • After lunch – cumin water.
  • Evening – Coconut water with cooked banana chips.
  • Dinner – Pumpkin Soup + Makhani Fry with Makhana

Fifth day

  • Morning – Fruit / Milk / Soaked Nuts
  • Breakfast – Banana, Yogurt and Vegetable
  • Mid Morning – Coconut Water.
  • Lunch – potato filled samak rice idli
  • After lunch – celery water.
  • Evening- Dahi Makhana Chaat
  • Before dinner – cucumber salad.
  • Dinner – sweet potato cutlets with curd

Sixth day

  • Morning- Fruit / Milk / Soaked Nuts
  • Breakfast – sago vegetable polenta + soaked almonds
  • Mid Morning – Coconut Water with Any Fruit
  • Lunch – pony bread and yogurt with Arabic vegetables
  • After lunch – celery water.
  • Evening – Tea / Coffee (without sugar) + Roasted Peanuts.
  • Dinner – Paneer Stuffed Amaranth Chila

seventh day

  • Morning- Fruit / Milk / Soaked Nuts
  • Breakfast – Amaranth + Makhana Khichdi
  • Mid Morning – Mint / Cumin Chas
  • Lunch – polenta with yogurt
  • After lunch – cumin water.
  • Evening – Moringa Tea with Roasted Makhana.
  • Dinner- Paneer Tikka made in Ghee.

Eighth day

  • Morning- Fruit / Milk / Soaked Nuts
  • Breakfast – Kheer made with almond milk (using jaggery for sweetness)
  • Lunch – Samak Rice Casserole
  • Evening – Fruit Salad.
  • Dinner – Rajgira bread + Cucumber Raita

Ninth day

  • Morning- Fruit / Milk / Soaked Nuts
  • Breakfast: Kuttu Paneer Dosa with Dahi Dip + Soaked Almonds
  • Mid Morning – Fruit
  • Lunch – Dahi Aloo Chaat + Handful of Roasted Makhana
  • Evening – Ginger Peppermint Tea.
  • Dinner – Samak + Peanut Rice

The use of fresh fruits and vegetables is considered the best way to keep your body fit while getting rid of body fat. Remember to drink plenty of water to stay well hydrated. You can club a diet plan with yoga postures to supplement digestion to improve digestion. Happy Navratri!

(Namami Aggarwal is a nutritionist at Namami Life)

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