Celebrate a Healthy-Wali Diwali with ActiveX

Celebrate a Healthy-Wali Diwali with ActiveX

Diwali is coming, which means it's time to gorge yourself on sweets and snacks. Diwali is the time of year when your favourite sweets are in high demand. Because of the sugary treats, most of us gain excess weight throughout the holiday season.

However, it's important to remember that fun and good health go hand in hand. The health of you and your family comes first. The question is, how do you get there?

With these simple tips and ideas, you may have a healthy wali Diwali.


Choose Homemade Sweets over Mass Manufactured

All mass manufactured sweet items bought in Diwali undoubtedly have a high amount of trans-fats. On the other hand, homemade goodies are nutritious, and you can always rely on what you make. Make sweets at home and share them with your loved ones this festive and celebrate healthy-wali Diwali.

It's quite straightforward. All you have to do is switch to homemade mithai, make them with natural components like nuts and seeds, replace sugar with healthy alternatives, and eat them in moderation. 

Overall, all of this may appear to be a bit excessive, especially since you tend to be a little lenient with yourself over the holiday season. When you put it into effect, though, you'll find that it not only helps you avoid festival weight but also allows you to spend some much-needed family time.


Prefer probiotic drinks over carbonated beverages and alcohol

Diwali is a time for celebrations, which means carbonated drinks and alcohol, and let's face it, you'll most likely consume a few alcoholic beverages at the party. Knowing your limit and drinking in moderation are the most practical ways to avoid the negative effects of alcohol. Also, remember the one-glass-of-water-for-one-drink rule: one glass of water for every one drink. 

But if you have more control over yourself and are dead serious regarding your fitness goals then politely decline these drinks. You can replace such drinks with probiotic beverages such as buttermilk, kombucha, probiotic mojito, coconut water, or kanji.  

As aerated beverages include sugar, and alcohol affect your system. You might want to avoid them for your betterment. 


Stay Hydrated & Adopt Small Changes  

First and foremost, drink more water to stay hydrated. Make it a point to drink a warm glass of water first thing in the morning. To get those antioxidants into your system, switch to homemade lemon tea instead of regular tea. As Indians, we know how difficult it is to avoid tea, but lemon tea would undoubtedly help.

Dry fruits and nuts can be a healthy and tasty breakfast alternative. Dry fruits boost energy and stamina, and because they're high in fiber, they help with digestion and overall health. Nuts are an excellent source of protein and iron, particularly for vegetarians. Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Protein, Riboflavin, Vitamin A-C-E-K-B6, and Zinc are all abundant in dry fruits. 


Don't miss out on your quality sleep

During the festivals, you're likely to have an interrupted sleep cycle due to late-night gaming sessions and early-morning rituals. Try to get at least 6-8 hours of unbroken sleep between the holiday events, even if it's tough on some days.

The reason you should prioritize sleep is that it is a necessary function that helps your body and mind to replenish, allowing you to wake up refreshed and aware. Healthy sleep also aids in the body's wellness and illness prevention. The brain cannot function effectively without enough sleep. 

Taking a power nap whenever you feel tired is also a way to complete your sleep quota. Memory enhancement, higher cognitive performance, and greater logical reasoning are all potential health benefits of power naps.


Transform your workouts into fun activities  

Remaining consistent with your workouts during this Diwali festive season can be the most difficult thing to do. It's critical to burn off all those bad calories rapidly after overindulging in festive cuisines high in sugar, salt, and trans fats. Also during the festival season, you may not be able to get to the gym or devote sufficient time to proper exercise. 

So to burn those calories you can work out at home and transform exercises into a joyful pastime that you can all enjoy together. Jogging, brisk walking, tennis, badminton, or even gardening for half an hour to 45 minutes might help you burn off those additional calories. Make fitness enjoyable and a regular part of your life.


Count your Calorie Intake 

Many people use calorie counting to reduce weight and maintain a healthy weight, especially during festivities like Diwali. Measuring your food consumption is one of the most effective ways to keep track of your calorie intake. Counting calories allows you to generate a minor calorie deficit in your diet, giving you the freedom to eat more while losing weight.

To keep your calorie intake in control you can use ActiveX Quanty and an Eatsmart kitchen scale.


Keep your weight in check 

We often ignore maintaining a healthy weight during the Diwali festive season. Maintaining a successful weight balance requires being mindful of your weight. It's also crucial to be aware of your weight, whether it's increasing or decreasing. More frequent weighing has been connected to weight loss, whereas less frequent weighing has been linked to weight gain.

You can keep yourself and your family’s health in check with ActiveX’s BMI and Body Fat Scale and maintain a healthy lifestyle. With ActiveX's Boday Fat Scales, you can track your 13 essential body parameters to determine your overall health. These scales also provide unmatched readings using Dual-Frequency Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) technology.


To sum it up 

It's no mystery that fitness is a crucial part of life, even though one should never sacrifice their health for anything and it's alright to go easy this Diwali. Our simple tips and ideas will help you get through even the heaviest, richest desserts. Enjoy Diwali with your loved ones, and may the festival bring you hope, happiness, and health!

Stay fit and stay safe!