No curd at night, myth or a fact?

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I’m sure many of us have faced the heartbreaking restriction about eating curd at night. Curd is an excellent source of good bacteria and aids digestion. It is good for your teeth and bones. Similar to most of the foods, there are certain rules that you need to follow before you have curd. The common one is to avoid eating it at night. People say it’s a fact But it’s not valid for everyone.


Let’s see the do’s & don’ts

- Do not eat curd during the night, particularly if you are inclined to cold. Ayurveda clarifies that curd utilisation around night time isn't great as it prompts to mucus development. On the off chance that you can't manage without it, pick buttermilk.

- If you are eating curd during the day, have it without sugar however, during the night include sugar or some black pepper. It will aid in processing and relax your digestive system.

- Never have hot curd.


While the fundamental principles apply if you are a curd sweetheart, we present to you some simple alternatives to incorporate it in the eating regimen that you can have any time:

Curd rice: This is an awesome for your stomach and a light choice for the summers as well.


Curd with sugar: Add a spoonful of sugar to your curd and you are good to go.


Buttermilk/ Lassi: Ditch aerated drinks for these two options.


Raita: A typical Indian side dish, you can include onion, cucumber, tomato to your curd with certain herbs and a solid choice is good to go.


Kadhi: Mixing gram flour (besan) with buttermilk makes for an appetizing curry called Kadhi. It is mostly eaten with rice. For a healthy treat opt for brown rice and some salad along with it.


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Written by -

Shivani Sharma