Winter Tips To Stay Healthy With Shree Guruji Products

Winters are here and so is the time of the year when you must be little extra careful about your health and you must also choose what you eat and drink, right. In this article, we are going to suggest you some ways that will help you to battle winters in a way, which will help you to stay healthy internally. With little effort and following the tips that we are going to suggest you here, you will be able to enjoy the winters at its fullest while having some really tasty drinks from Guruji like Mango CrushKhus Sharbat etc.

✔ Keep Your Immunity high choosing foods and drinks that help you keep your immunity at a high level is always a good idea in winters. Having fruit pulp rich products like Mixed Fruit Jam supports your immune system as well. If you have too much food during any course of the day, then you could have Thandai to keep acidic levels in check inside the body, Make sure that you are also including lots of vegetable in your diets that are rich in vitamin C, and zinc to help support healthy immune function.
✔ Eat Well and Sleep well these are two basic things that you have to keep in mind if you are looking forward to healthy winters. Due to the too much hectic schedule and busy lifestyle, people tend to ignore their health and they are also not in a habit to eat well. People, who are immersed in work all the time, also don’t have the time to take proper rest and this reflects in their health. It is essential that you must sleep well and take proper rest so that your body gets ample time to recover from the stress.
 ✔ Stay Hydrated People have the misconception in mind that they don’t have to drink as much water as summers in winters and this is absolutely wrong. Your body needs water despite the season and you have to make sure that you are consuming a good quantity of it. If you are someone who doesn’t like the idea of having water then you could add our range of Squash, Sharbat or have Thandai that will help you to keep the fluid levels in your body at check. There are so many flavors available with Guruji now that you’re sure to find some you enjoy
.✔ Weight management some people tend to eat a lot during winter times and they put on a lot of weight in the process. You need to ensure that whatever you are eating during this time of the season is healthy and if you are looking forward to ways to curb down your weight then you have many other options to choose from as well. Sticking to a healthy diet and exercise routine all year round along with eating healthy is something that you must follow. Having health drinks like Thandai, Sharbat, Kesar Pista, or Pineapple Squash also helps you to keep the weight in check as well. If you haven’t yet tried the awesome range of Guruji products, then you must surely give them a try. They are not expensive and offer you the best combination of health and taste that you will ever find in the market in the similar price range. Moreover, with so many options to choose from, you will always have the drink to serve to your guest or to have them yourself. We have also covered the market in a wide manner so you will get the entire range of Guruji’s products in the shop near you.

Stay Warm, Stay Safe

It’s cold and flu season, and, let’s be honest, it’ll probably catch up to you at some point. But you can do your best to defend yourself!

When winter blows in, you can pull the blankets over your head and go back to sleep—or you can suit up and head out for an outdoor winter adventure! 
There’s no reason you need to take a break from physical activity when the temperature drops. In fact, exercising in cooler weather has some distinct advantages over working out in warmer weather.
Here are some tips to stay healthy this winter.

Banish winter tiredness

Many people feel tired and sluggish during winter. This is due to the lack of sunlight, which disrupts our sleep and waking cycles.

Try these tips:

  • get outdoors in natural daylight as much as possible
  • get a good night's sleep – go to bed and wake up at the same time every day
  • destress with exercise or meditation – stress has been shown to make you feel tired

Have a healthy breakfast

When it's cold and dark outside, it can be tempting to fill up on unhealthy comfort food. However, it's important to ensure you still have a healthy diet and include five portions of fruit and veg a day.

Winter is the perfect season for oats and upma full of veggies. Eating a warm bowlful on a cold morning isn't just a delicious way to start your day, it also helps boost your intake of starchy foods and fiber.

If you find yourself craving a sugary treat, try a badam Kesar milk, which is full of nutrition, Helps in the development of the brain, Acts as an antioxidant & reduce the risk of heart diseases, Boosts Energy, Helps to enhance memory, Helps to regulate blood pressure. 

Winter vegetables such as carrots, SpinachMethi  Green beans etc are a good option for the whole family. Explore varieties of fruit and veg that you may not normally eat.

Drink more Milk

You are more likely to get a cold in winter, so make sure your immune system is in tip-top condition.

If you don't like plain milk than you can flavor it with Guruji KesarKesar Pistabutterscotch or Badam Kesar.

Milk and dairy products such as cheese, yogurt are great sources of:

  • protein
  • vitamins A and B12
  • calcium, which helps keep our bones strong

Choose semi-skimmed, 1% or skimmed milk – rather than full-fat – and low-fat plain yogurts.

Try new activities for the whole family

Don't use the cold winter months as an excuse to stay in and lounge around. Instead, get out with the whole family to try out a new activity –maybe ice skating, or taking a bracing winter walk on the beach or through the park.

Regular exercise helps control your weight, boost your immune system, and is a good way to break the tension that can build if the family is constantly cooped up inside the house.


Indian Festivals Food and Beverages

Festivals are the identity of Indian society. same applies when it comes to the traditions that people of India follow.  There are 29 states in the country and each state, is identified by the language, customs, and traditions followed by people. And people accordingly,  fulfilling the rituals that the many festivals bring in.


Festivals are the identity of Indian society. The enthusiasm of celebration is carried all over the festive season with some delectable festival dishes, that are prepared, characteristic of that particular festival. For example, Ganesh Chaturthi is a celebration celebrated the nation over and it denotes the start of the Hindu celebrations as well. There are a couple of dishes arranged solely for this celebration as they are thought to be Lord Ganesha's most loved things. Modak is a sort of sweet that is offered to Lord Ganesha and is made by all individuals. 

Desserts are the main part of the celebrations.  Another celebration that spreads a great deal of cheer and festivity is the celebration of lights, Diwali. This is a festival which celebrates the triumph of evil over good.  This victory is celebrated by exchanging sweets among families.  Laddoo is a very common preparation for any kind of a celebration. In addition to that, the exchange of heartfelt gifts during Diwali these days have become a mandatory part of the celebration. Friends, families, and colleagues share with each other Diwali gifts as a gesture of showing love and affection. Also, special and grand feast with delicious food and beverages like Guruji badam KesarKesar Pista and lots of sweets is the special attraction of the occasion.

Similarly, Raksha Bandhan is one such event wherein love amongst siblings and sisters is praised by trading desserts.  Exchange of sweets is symbolic of the sweetness that exists in the relationship.  Whatever be the festival, sweets are a common offering as they are considered to be symbolic of the sweetness that needs to exist in the bonding between people.

Holi is yet another festival wherein people celebrate in great fervor the festival of colors.  Gujjias and sweet dumplings made with khoya stuffing are served to the guests along with a delicious festive drink ThandaiHoli, thandai is considered as Lord Shiva’s favorite and is featured quite often in Hindu Mythology. Thandai is commonly served as a traditional drink in North India. 

In short, festivals and food go hand in hand in our rich Indian culture!!


5 Delicious Diwali Mocktails for the Festive Celebrations

Ye Diwali Swad aur Sehat se Bhari.

Diwali Mocktails

Diwali is just around the corner and millions of Indians across the globe are gearing up to celebrate this five-day long fiesta with their family and friends.  It's time for everyone to come together with their loved ones and celebrate the festival of lights.

During the week-long festivities, you will see your relatives, friends, colleagues and even acquaintances drop by to extend Diwali wishes to you and your family. Considering the onslaught of guests during this period, it's not easy to entertain everyone and make them feel welcome in your home. Most of these guests don't even stay for very long - so you have got to be ready to offer savories and sweets in a matter of minutes. You don't want to be offering the same snacks. Instead of offering the usual cup of tea, try one of these classy and refreshing home-made mocktails that are super easy to prepare and can totally transform your Diwali experience. Here are our top 4 Diwali mocktails to spice up your celebration.


Chandan Almond Shake


Litchi Strawberry Cordial Recipe

  • Chop strawberries into small pieces.
  • Blend strawberry, Guruji Strawberry Crush,  Guruji Litchi Crush & ice cubes for ½ minute.
  • Pour soda into the blended mixture. Mix with the spoon. Pour in tall glasses and serve immediately.



Strawberry Mint Smoothies

  • Blend Strawberry Crush and Mint Leaves.
  • Add Ice Cream and Milk. Blend again.
  • Pour in a glass & top with Lemonade.
  • Garnish with strawberry & mint.
Green Mystique
  • Put Guruji khus syrup, coconut milk, soda/water, and ice cubes in a blender.
  • Blend for few seconds.
  • Pour into glasses and serve immediately.

Kesar - A Royal Drink

Kesar Sharbat is a soothing exotic drink which will rejuvenate your senses, made from Kesar (Saffron) powder.  Kesar or saffron is one of the world's most expensive and rarest spices and its flavor, make it this a royal drink.

Sharbat is basically prepared from fruits or flower petals. They are usually sweet in taste and are served when they are chilled. Kesar Sharbat or kesardooh is a traditional drink and is quite popular for its delicious taste and nutrients and liked by every age group. Safranal is one of the main antioxidants in saffron, which is packed with several health benefits. 


1. Protects against cancer: Saffron contains a dark orange, water-soluble carotene called crocin, which is responsible for much of saffron's golden color. Crocin has been found to trigger apoptosis [ programmed cell death] in a number of different types of human cancer cells, leukemia, ovarian carcinoma, colon adenocarcinoma, and soft tissue sarcoma. 

 2. Relieves Menstrual Cramps : Traditionally, girls and women who have been facing tremendous menstrual cramps and abdominal pain are suggested to eat or drink things that are warmer. Saffron milk renowned for its rich anti-inflammatory properties is one warm and soothing potion women opt for during the times of heavy abdominal pain and menstrual cramps to get some relief.

3. Protection against cold: Saffron is a stimulant tonic and very effective to treat cold and fever; saffron mixed in milk and applied over the forehead quickly relieves cold.

4. Good For Heart: A pinch of saffron could also do wonders for your heart. It can stimulate circulation and prevents hardening of arteries.

5. Helps Treat Insomnia: Though research is limited, certain studies say that saffron can cure insomnia. Other studies show that saffron can help in treating depression, and insomnia related to the condition.


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  • Santosh Shukla

    Really great, unique, innovative flavors by gurujiproducts that are original and non-flavored. Love all the flavors, Thandai,Orange Squash,Khus Sharbat are my favorite while my family also loves the Mango Crush which is better than every other mango flavored product in

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