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Eating out during this winter

Health & Fitness - Monday, June 17, 2019 11:49:03 AM

The list is sure to keep you hearty and healthy during this winter. So, make sure you skip none...

Nuts & Dried Fruits Dried fruits are known to retain a large amount of the nutritious quotients of fresh fruits. Therefore, they are essential providers of nutrients in the absence of their fresher counterparts. Together with other nuts, they up the quality of diet and their regular consumption, especially in winter, helps combat risks to health.

Cocoa A mug of brimming hot cocoa does not just sound wonderful, but can work wonders for your winter diet too. Cocoa is known to help the cardiovascular functioning of the body since it is a food rich in flavonoids. So, keep a tin of drinking cocoa for a sip after each sumptuous meal.

Kiwi This exotic fruit is another rich source of Vitamin C. A pinch of salt added to freshly cut kiwis may make for a grand entry to your breakfast or evening tea time. Furthermore, this may become a sweet addition to a variety of winter salads.

Carrots Probably one of the only gifts of nature that is rich in more than one form of Vitamin, carrots complete your body’s requirement of vitamins B, C, D, E and K, while the carotene gets converted to Vitamin A later. It is no wonder that a plate of heartily made ‘gajar ka halwa’ is to die for.

Peanuts Fried, salted, or plain, peanuts are a must-have for the winters. The sugary ‘chikki’ that you may find in the local market should be kept handy. Peanuts in every form are a welcome food for body heat and proteins.

Spinach This load of green is possibly the most awaited gift of the season. Spinach adds that dash of taste and health to your diet and is an extremely nutritious green vegetable. You can even get a little creative with the preparation, so as to not let the food get boring.

Oranges You would need these and loads of them. Rich in Vitamin C, oranges consumed whole or in the form of juice help build immunity against common cold and cough. Keeping a good stock of oranges may not require you to depend on antibiotics.

ApplesApples are great all year round, known for its properties that boost cardiovascular health and prevent dementia. Winter is the season for apples, and eating seasonal fruits is both healthy and affordable. So stock up on juicy apples and enjoy the winter chill.


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