Hina Khans Egypt Vacation Features This Colourful Tea (Health Benefits Inside)


Hina Khan likes to have a balanced diet – and her Instagram is proof of that. On a regular basis, we see him indulging in fatty and perishable biryani and mutton curry, which he balances with healthy salads, smoothies and drinks (and of course regular exercise). Even though he is on leave, there is no difference in his diet. Hina Khan is currently in Egypt, vacationing with boyfriend Rocky Joycewal. If you scroll through his Instagram, you’ll see the actor experimenting with the best of Egyptian cuisine – we see him indulging in kushari (Egyptian fried rice), falafel and more. However, Hina has kept fruits and healthy drinks clean and balanced in her diet. One such drink was Hibiscus tea, which was part of Hina’s diet when she was in Egypt. Take a look at one of her recent Insta-stories with her cup of hibiscus tea.

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Looks interesting, doesn’t it? Hibiscus tea, also called gudhal chao, is a deep-magenta-colored drink that helps us relax in its soothing aroma and fragrance. It is made from sun-dried hibiscus leaves in hot water and can be considered a great caffeine-free alternative to regular tea. That’s not all. It is loaded with several health benefits. According to experts, hibiscus tea has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that help to detoxify our body and prevent free radical damage to our body.

Celebrity nutritionist Lavneet Batra took to her Instagram to explain the benefits of including hibiscus tea in our diet. According to him, “Nature has always been man’s best pharmacy. Whether it’s for daily cold symptoms or more serious conditions. But it may be time to think about hibiscus tea, which is not only rich in vitamin C but also full of various health benefits.”

Here are 6 health benefits of hibiscus tea:

1. Helps reduce bad cholesterol and body temperature.

2. Helps to reduce body weight, lower belly fat and lower BMI for overweight / obese people.

3. Helps in better digestion.

4. Possessing antioxidant properties due to the presence of polyphenolic acid, flavonoids and anthocyanins.

5. Acts as an effective mechanism for controlling postoperative hyperglycemia.

6. Helps reduce bad cholesterol and body temperature.

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Considering the above, we recommend that you include hibiscus tea in your daily diet and enjoy overall health. But always remember – consult an expert before adapting to lifestyle changes.

Disclaimer: This content with advice only provides generic information. It is by no means a substitute for qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information. NDTV does not accept responsibility for this information.



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