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    Top 5 Easy Tips To Avoid Overeating At Weddings

    Check out these super easy tips so that you do not end up overeating at weddings

    As the wedding season has officially kicked off most of us are already getting into the vibe and have started to dive into the wardrobe-essentials. Also, shadis are a safe haven for the ones who love indulging into the food mantra.

    To keep up with the stacked wedding invitations people often seem to reel under sick stomach, nausea, overeating and indigestion. So here are a few super easy tips and tricks to keep your health on track without missing out the fun of the season.

    Check them out here:

    Don’t go empty stomach

    Yes, this is one of the most important and simple tip that people should follow. If you diet the entire day and plan to devour at the wedding there is a 99% chance that you might end up overeating plus the added calories might later dampen your spirits with that unwanted bloating. So always eat something before going to a wedding(not a cupcake though, something plant-based or healthy).

    Avoid calorie-filled drinks

    Getting into the mood is really exhilarating, isn’t it? Also while trying a few drinks we often go overboard and cross the lakshman rekha of calorie count for the day. So it is safe to avoid the liquid snacks and show up at the main course.

    Do not follow any fad diet

    Novelty diets do not really work because the faster you lose those belly fats to slip into that embellished mermaid gown, they magically appear faster you could imagine. So instead of following any diet try to have a healthy food eating habit for sustainability.

    Keep yourself hydrated

    Drink enough water to keep yourself hydrated the entire day. Water not just forms saliva and mucus and flushes toxins from the body, it also boosts skin health and beauty. A hydrated body and mind will not let you eat any unhealthy snacks or liquid.

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