There are many things we crave for in winter, but there should be few things included in daily meals or even diet plans for this winter.
Drink lots of water.
It’s cold outside and during this period we don’t drink enough water throughout the day, but drinking water is best for our poor skin, and it moistures.
It is a rich source of fat, protein, and fiber, and also the best source of iron for our body. This is a gluten-free pseudo-grain and is highly nutritious with a high content of phosphorus. The regular intake of Bajara and Millets makes bones strong.
Green leafy vegetables
Leafy vegetables are packed with tons of nutrients. Spinach, Fenugreek leaves, collards, mustard greens, and escarole are r
good to be included in the diet. It is rich in vitamins A, C, K and has various other nutrients, these leaves enhance bone health and also is a cool solution to rough skin and hair problems faced in the winter season.
Fish and eggs
To those who are okay with non-vegetarian food, fish and eggs are rich in protein and carbohydrates and are also rich sources of Vitamin B12 which is essential for a healthy immune system. They also help in reducing fatigue and stress thus helping in maintaining physical and mental well-being.
Citrus Fruits are the juiciest in winters and a single intake gives a day-long Vitamin C requirement to the body. It is rich in flavonoids, they help in maintaining healthy Cholesterol in the body. One can get Vitamin C through citrus fruits like oranges, lemons, grapes, etc.