Healthy Eating Foods For The Winter Season

Healthy Winter Foods

Healthy Winter Foods

It’s important that you keep a healthy diet to maintain a strong immune system to keep you working at your absolute best. These winter foods are healthy and good for the diet also. If you are on a winter diet, do not forget to add these foods in your dish.

Green Peas

You should add this green winter food in your dishes. The little pop ups can be consumed raw or boiled for adding as an ingredient in a dish. If you are feeling lousy on a winter morning, pop few raw green peas. It boosts your immune system and also keeps you active.

Guava

Guava is filed with the antioxidant lycopene, which could protect against coronary artery disease. Add raw guava to figs and blue cheese for a heart-healthy dish suitable for a snack or breakfast.

Kiwifruit

Kiwifruit is very high in vitamin C, which can increase immunity to several different illnesses. Mix some kiwifruit into a spinach salad to combine immune-boosting fruits and vegetables in one dish.

Spinach

The green leafy vegetable has many health benefits. Grown in winters, spinach is low in calories so aids weight loss. Moreover, it has flavonoids that has anti-cancer properties, vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene, zinc and manganese and other antioxidants that reduces high pressure. Most importantly, spinach cleanses out the system and helps bring glow on the face.

Oranges

These acidic citrus fruit helps burn body fat and get a glowing skin. This winter food is rich in vitamin C, flavonoids, potassium, folic acid, calcium, iodine, phosphorous, sodium and iron to name a few. You can either have raw oranges or grind them to make juice.

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