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Winter is coming when you witness people wearing their dupattas as shawls and buttoning their sleeves! 

A hundred reasons why you shouldn’t leave home will run through your mind as you wrap up in your blanket early in the morning. Unfortunately, that is not the case. So why not make the most of your day by being upbeat and energetic instead of letting laziness spoil it? 

There are various meals that can help you fight the cold months, many of them are available and relished specifically during this season. They support your body’s need for nourishment throughout this season while also assisting in keeping you warm.


 Along with consuming these winter-specific superfoods, we should consume a variety of meals to get the essential elements we need.

A healthy diet should be prioritized all year round, says Dr. Mukta Vasistha, H.O.D. Nutrition and Dietetics, Sir Gangaram Hospital. Every food item that we have access to thanks to Mother Nature is excellent.

However, in order for you to have a healthy and active winter, she suggests the following 6

Super Foods

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1. Sweet potatoes 

Use sweet potatoes this winter to consume fewer calories while getting more nutrients. Although they contain more sugar than a conventional potato, they are far more nutritious. Fiber, vitamin A, and potassium are all abundant in sweet potatoes. Constipation can be cured with regular ingestion, which can also boost immunity and lessen inflammation.


2.  Turnip and Its Leaves

The powerful antioxidant properties of this starchy vegetable are believed to help lower the risk of cancer. It has a lot of vitamin K, and the vitamin A in its leaves is abundant. In addition to strengthening your bones and enhancing digestion, turnip consumption will benefit your body’s overall cardiovascular health.


3.  Dates

 decreased fat content aids in maintaining a healthy weight. They are a nutritious powerhouse and an absolute necessity for gym goers. Dates assist your body stay warm during the winter when consumed regularly.

4. Walnuts and almonds

 Regular consumption of almonds and walnuts during the winter months promotes a healthy heart and body, an active neurological system, and increased insulin sensitivity. Why eat them alone when you can make this recipe with them and apricots?


5. Ragi

Eating ragi is the greatest way for a vegan to get their calcium. Ragi also aids in the management of diabetes and anemia. It has been shown to be effective in treating insomnia, anxiety, and depression.


6. Bajra 

This little, adorable millet species is heavy in fat and low in fiber and protein. The high iron content is essential to the treatment of anemia. Regular millet consumption can assist to strengthen your bones.

There is only one way to lead a healthy life, and that is to adopt a holistic health philosophy that incorporates regular exercise and a balanced diet. Your daily diet should include at least one item from each of the five food groups—meat and dairy products, poultry products, cereals, fruits and vegetables, and legumes and grains. 

In addition to this, you should provide your body with the fluids it needs for normal functioning. 

An individual needs, on average, 30ml of fluid per kg of body weight to be able to maintain the fluid content of his or her body. Including seasonal superfoods in a regular, well-balanced diet is the best method to eat them. In this manner, you and your body will benefit from the best of both worlds.

Winter weather has an impact on your body in addition to the noticeable changes in your energy bills and how you dress. During the winter, your metabolism, eating preferences, and even energy levels all fluctuate significantly. The want to forego the workout and have a warm meal or beverage sets in. You are not alone if you feel this way.

This does not, however, imply that you should wait till summer begins to take control of your life. Winterizing your diet is the key to remaining healthy over the winter.

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Smriti Jha

Currently a research student at Cluster Innovation Centre, University of Delhi with Psychology as major. Hobbies include readings on geopolitics, gender rights, philosophy and other social causes. Has taken up creative writing as more of an interest. Presently into exploring fintech as a career option.


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