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Happy Diwali: 5 Healthy Items That You Can Gift For Diwali

Happy Diwali: 5 Healthy Items That You Can Gift For Diwali

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  6 Nov 2018 11:35 AM GMT

It is that time of the year again when the home is filled with laughter and lights – the season of festivities. Diwali celebrations are incomplete without sweets and snacks. At the same time, for those living with diabetes and other diseases, it's the toughest time of the year. With so many temptations, it can become difficult to exercise willpower.

However, we will make sure that this year is totally different. Celebrate this Diwali by gifting health and goodness to your loved ones- rather than sweets, opt for healthy and diabetic- friendly snacks that are power-packed with nutrition and high in fibre. These snacks are an ideal repast treat and a much better various for your mid-morning and evening hunger pangs.

Here is a list of healthy items you can gift for Diwali:

1. Copper bottle

Tamra jal (copper water) is helpful in equalization all three doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha), is useful in boosting overall health and maybe a smart gifting choice for Diwali.

“Copper water is also known to be anti-microbial. It's useful in strengthening heart functions, improves immunity, promotes healthy skin and slows down effects of aging,” says Dr. Partap Chauhan, director of Jiva Ayurveda.

2. Chyawanprasha

A well-known and widely-accepted rejuvenating tonic that boosts body immunity normally, and particularly the respiratory system, consider gifting a bottle of chyawanprash to your family and friends. It works as a shield to the body and prevents it from varied seasonal likewise as chronic health issues. This is often excellent considering the actual fact that the amendment in season may be a time for weakened immunity. Chyawanprasha can facilitate in re-establishing immunity.

Beato Diwali gift hamper pack

The Beato Diwali gift hampers pack consists of two tins of quinoa, one pack of quinoa khakhra and one tin of bajra puff. Beato is a mobile platform that motivates individuals living with diabetes to extend compliance and reduce back their owed expenses.

Quinoa chips

Beato Quinoa chips are baked not cooked and are out there in three flavors: Thai chili pepper, Masala Tangle, and Achaari Tadka.

Bajra puff

Made from the power-packed Bajra grain, which is rich in essential nutrients, the Roasted Bajra Puff is a good snack since its low in glycemic index, rich in omega 3, low in starch, and gluten-free. Being rice in fibre, bajra helps in maintaining blood glucose levels and keeps you feeling full longer.

4. Massage oil

It is natural for the skin to become rough and dry with the drop in temperature with the onset of winter. “If you are considering a gift for someone close, Ayurvedic massage oil makes for a great option. The act of massaging the complete body with nutritious oil is extremely useful for the skin, muscles, and bones,” explains Dr. Chauhan.

“In Delhi and other massive cities, we are facing new high levels of pollution, so much so that just breathing is becoming a health hazard. Today’s lifestyle is also responsible for stress and stress-related ailments. So choose gifting choices that not only help to protect us and reduce such problems but also restore health and wellness,” says Shahnaz Husain, CMD, The Shahnaz Husain Group.

You can add more than one wellness gifts, such as herbal soaps, shampoos, skin products and combine it in a beautiful package, and present it to your friends, family members as well as your colleagues.

5.Yoga, belly dance and a lot of

There are various health and fitness packages that we will gift throughout the festal season. Some healthy and fascinating ideas that your favorite ones can bear in mind you for are- a yoga retreat in Rishikesh, belly dance category, kickboxing course, organic food or a meditation course,” advises Dr. Blossom Kochhar, founder, and chairperson of the skincare range, Aroma Magic.

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