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How to maintain weight while enjoying weddings this year! App Available on Google App Available on AppStore

created by: Niwi

Date: 28-10-2022


Indian Wedding Season comes with a bucketful of fun, glitters, laughter, and also “lots of food”!

The wedding season is coming up and we have ourselves into that designer choli or sherwani, time and again. Aside from having fun and spending time with your family and friends, weddings are an event where binging on sweets and other unhealthy foods becomes almost second nature.

We all wish to dine in moderation, be conscious of what we eat during such occasions and follow a balanced diet, but does one think it is possible with that never-ending buffet spread?

Oh Yes!

Here are some practical and do-able tips on how to maintain weight which might keep your diet on track without missing all the fun:

  • Avoid Skipping Meals

Trying to save lots of calories during the day for the night would undoubtedly be an unwise decision. In fact, indulging in a good high-fiber meal with veggies during the day will keep you away from overdoing it in the evening. Portion control, healthy eating, and diet food will also ensure that you don’t put on those extra kilos.

  • Watch out for The Buffet

The unlimited buffet can take an enormous toll on your diet if you don't have a plan. The buffet is crammed with a variety of sumptuous foods and that is where your choices come into the picture. Before you pick up the indulgent fried foods, opt for dishes that are either baked or grilled. The low-fat salads, whole wheat pizzas (less cheese, obviously), hummus and pita, etc., are healthy options that may keep your taste buds happy as well as you satiated.

  • Stay Active

Yes, you read that right! Doing little physical activity - some exercise to burn fat in the morning for about 45 to 60 minutes would help you get rid of that bloating and also keep you energetic all day long. If it’s a destination wedding, then going for a swim or cycling around are often a few fun options for you. And since it’s a wedding, why not join the group dance for a fun way to exercise? The benefits of exercise are many. All in all, Regular exercise is the stairway to your fitness goals.

  • Portion Control

Look at the buffet in a healthy way by filling your plate with a balance of all nutrients. Take a bowl of pulav together with curd raita, a cup of stir-fried veggies, or clear soup. Try the dishes you wish but make sure to have them in controlled portions. Sharing might be a good idea when it comes to desserts as we know how hard it is to resist. Also, let the starters not end your diet plans, that's one course filled with refined carbs and oil. Attempt to limit them to one or two pieces and not go beyond that.

Let this wedding season be a ‘hit’ for the gut and not a ‘miss’. Choose your options wisely and keep portion control in mind. Mindfulness is key here. The only fat we should enjoy is that Big Fat Indian Wedding.

Renu Puri Senior Nutritionist at

Renu PuriCo-Founder at niwiM.Sc. in Foods & Nutrition

Renu Puri, a skilled expert with an M.Sc. in Foods & Nutrition, is dedicated to making India healthier through her initiative - niwi. Drawing from years of experience in providing computer training to top corporate clients in software and IT, Renu realized her true passion lies in promoting health and wellness. This led her to establish niwi, where she combines her expertise in technology with her love for nutrition. niwi specializes in understanding the deep rooted behavior patterns surrounding nutrition. Renu and her team offer personalized diet counseling, helping clients not only understand what to eat but also why. What sets niwi apart in a crowded industry of nutrition services is Renu's ethos of nurturing client's eating patterns and fostering a healthy relationship with food.

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