Having a set morning ritual aimed at bringing wellness really pays off. There are so many healthy drinks to feed your empty stomach right at the break of the day. From lemon honey water to herbs- and seeds-infused water, you can make your pick as per your needs. But one thing is for certain that all these healthy beverages will benefit you in ways more than one. Are you looking for a simple recipe that you can prepare last night only to sip it up right after leaving the bed in the morning? Here we have two recipes for you that will not only flush out toxins from your body, but will also give you healthy hair and skin, along with keeping your digestion system running smoothly.
Dietitian Akanksha J. Sharda introduced these detox water recipes for morning routine on her Instagram page '_healthonmyplate'. She suggests having these seeds water every morning for maximum benefits. Take a look at the post:
Detox Water For Healthy Body, Hair And Skin:
Fennel Seeds (Saunf) Water: This drink is anti-inflammatory in nature; it helps improve digestion system and prevents issues like acidity.
Basil Seeds (Tulsi Beej) Water: This drink also wards off constipation, acidity and heart burn. It has a cooling effect on the body.
According to dietitian Akanksha J.Sharda, both these seeds water recipes help in achieving strong, healthy hair and glowing skin.
How To Make Seeds Water:
Take one tsp of either fennel seeds or basil seeds, toss them in a glass and top it with water. Stir well and let the nutrients of the seeds seep into the water overnight. Have it the next morning right after waking up, on an empty stomach.
The incredible advantages of having seeds soaked in water are not unknown. Besides, saunf and tulsi beej, you can even have chia seeds water that posits many health benefits. Here's how you can make it. You can even try this ajwain water recipe for acidity or methi dana recipe if you are struggling with high blood sugar.
Make seeds a daily part of your diet thought these morning detox water recipes.
About Neha GroverLove for reading roused her writing instincts. Neha is guilty of having a deep-set fixation with anything caffeinated. When she is not pouring out her nest of thoughts onto the screen, you can see her reading while sipping on coffee.