New Delhi: For many, the festival of lights is an excuse to indulge in all-night parties, binge eating and mindless drinking, but the aftermath can result in sluggishness, lethargy and a bloated feeling. Experts suggest "thinking before eating" is the mantra to avoid such symptoms and have a cracker of a Diwali Oct 26."Diwali is a time when you see people playing cards all night long. But this doesn`t stop here; snacking and drinking continues with it. But what people don`t realise is they are abusing their bodies in the name of celebration," nutrition expert Geetu Amarnani said.
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