Winter food: When winter comes, the weather changes. The body is struggling to cope with the cold weather. That is why some precautions should be taken to protect the body. It is necessary to eat certain types of foods and avoid certain ones. Let’s first know the foods that should be avoided. Fruit juices, soft drinks and cakes are high in sugar. Food rich in sugar should be avoided. Because immunity is low in winter. Eating these sugary foods further weakens the immune system. So these should be kept away. Also, don’t eat food immediately after taking it out of the fridge. Keep it out for a while… Only after it comes to room temperature should you eat the food. Eating cold foods during winters reduces immunity.
Deep fried foods like neem are high in fat. Eating such fatty foods is harmful in winter. The body does not burn that fat during winter. Fat accumulates excessively in the body. This causes weight gain. Losing that weight becomes difficult. So it is better to stay away from foods rich in fat.
People suffering from asthma and respiratory diseases. Dairy products should be reduced during winters. Things like curd should be taken sparingly. Smoothies and shakes should not be consumed cold. It increases mucus production. This makes breathing difficult. Also eat less meat. Eating in moderation does not pose any risk. Eating in moderation also boosts immunity. If you eat too much, you will not eat properly. Eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes, nuts should also be taken in moderation. If eaten in excess, they are likely to accumulate in the body in the form of fat. To avoid digestive problems, exercise should be done daily. Eating processed foods should be completely avoided. Do not go for raw vegetables. They increase acidity and bloating. Any disease is likely to come quickly in winter. So we can protect the body only by taking dietary precautions.
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