Winter Diet Tips: THESE tips will help you to stay warm and fit during the winters

Apart from warm clothes and beverages, there are some food items that help us stay warm during the winters. Read below to find out what they are and how you can include them in your daily diet.
Winter Diet Tips: THESE tips will help you to stay warm and fit during the wintersWinter Diet Tips: THESE tips will help you to stay warm and fit during the winters
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Winter is almost here, and it's time to prepare for winters. When we talk about preparing for winter, it's not only about wardrobe essentials but it's also about adding the right food to your diet. In winters, all of us crave to have food that is warm and love to sip on beverages that keep us warm from inside. And some food items that are readily available in our kitchen should also be added to your diet since they can generate heat in the body naturally. 

 

These foods work great for people who have low immunity and cannot handle winters well. Hence, they should specifically add these food items to their diet. As the mercury dips in several parts around the world, these dietary measures ensure that the body stays warm from inside. And it also helps you stay more active and fit during winters. 

 

Munch on dried fruits:

 

Figs are great for winters and can help you stay warm. Another excellent dried fruit that should be consumed during winters is the date. Both Figs and dates are rich in calcium and iron and help to boost body energy. 

 

Add Ghee to the food:

 

Ghee is rich in unsaturated fat and should be used for cooking during winters. It helps to keep the body warm and also provides energy and helps to get rid of the sluggishness that is brought on by winters.

 

Consume root vegetables:

 

Root vegetables like carrots, radish, potatoes, onions and garlic are not only digested slower in the body but they also provide the much-needed warmth. Some of these vegetables are seasonal and fresh, and hence are even healthier for the body.

 

Add honey to your diet:

 

Raw unprocessed honey can be added as a sweetener to your winter beverages. Being naturally warm, it can be added to hot salads as a salad dressing. 

 

Add warm spices to your diet:

 

Spices like cloves, cinnamon and ginger add extra flavour and warmth to your food. These spices can be added to curries, teas and coffees and essentially to any wintery hot beverage.

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