Winter is at its young age. In this season, you get infected. In order to escape from infection in winter, you need to fulfil the requirements of your body that undergoes several changes to keep up with the season. You know it is essential to make a change in diet in order to get a supply of the right fuel. Here are five foods for winter diet.
The use of garlic makes our meal tasty and healthy. Besides its use as a spice, garlic offers a lot of health benefits. Its regular intake in winter helps you keep your body warm and its antiviral, as well as antibacterial properties, help you stay away from several common winter diseases. Start taking a clove of garlic every morning stay healthy and warm this winter.
Green leaves such as spinach are the right inclusion in the winter diet. Having anti-oxidant property, these leaves are very high in vitamin A and C. Its intake is very good for your skin and hair and it gives you protein, iron and minerals besides vitamins. It prevents asthma.
As a good alternative to sugar, honey is used as a sweetener. Have a spoon of honey with a glass of lukewarm water or milk every day. Its intake helps your body fight viruses and infections that cause a cough and cold.
There are a lot of citrus fruits, mainly oranges, are available in winter. You should citrus fruits in your winter diet. These fruits (grapes, oranges and tangerines) are enriched with vitamin C that is very good for metabolism and the skin. Regular intake of these fruits keeps viruses away. The fibres available in them help you to have control over cholesterol.
Root vegetables such as turnips, carrots, potatoes and beetroots are very nutritious and are enormously available in winter. Carrots enriched with vitamin A help your body fight cough & cold and other common infections. They are good for your skin.Disclaimer – The views and opinions mentioned here are the writers’ own thoughts or based on the talks held with some of the professionals of respective fields. Never consider the tips or ideas mentioned on Stay Young & Healthy as a substitute for physician’s advice. At Stay Young & Healthy, we strongly advise you to consult your doctor for more details.