International Yoga Day 2021 diet before and after yoga pur– News18 Hindi

International Yoga Day 2021: International Yoga Day is celebrated every year on 21st June. On this special day, awareness is raised among people about the importance and need of yoga. Doing yoga helps in staying healthy. Yoga is very important for physical and mental peace. Along with doing yoga or exercise, our diet also matters a lot. There is a lot of confusion about what to eat after doing yoga and what to eat before doing yoga. Its benefits can be doubled by taking care of yoga pre and post diet. The benefits of any exercise depend to a great extent on the diet after and before doing it. Let us tell you what food you should drink before and after doing yoga.

what to eat before doing yoga
Most do yoga in the morning. In such a situation, after waking up in the morning, there is less energy due to nothing in the body. We need energy to do yoga. Such people who do yoga in the morning, they should eat banana about 40 minutes before doing yoga. Also, you can consume dry fruits or anything rich in protein. It can be any fruit or you can also take egg. Also you can take oatmeal. Apart from this, you can consume curd, but if you do yoga in the evening, then you should consume nuts, legumes, salad or seeds one hour before doing yoga.

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what to eat after yoga
If you drink water immediately after doing yoga then it is wrong. You should drink water after at least 20 to 25 minutes. After doing yoga, take a diet rich in nutrients. Make sure to include protein in your diet. For this you can consume cheese, eggs, salad, fruit or juice. You can take protein shake after doing yoga. Also, sandwich nuts or seeds can also be included in the diet. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi news18 does not confirm these. Before implementing these, contact the concerned specialist.)

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