Have you changed your diet chart with changing season? If not then here are few food you should include in your winter diet chart to fit during these cold days.
Fruits: Pomegranates and Citrus
Citrus fruits like lemons, oranges and grapes are good in wintertime as these are loaded with vitamin C. Pomegranate juice is rich in antioxidants and one cup of this juice will help you from bad cholesterol
Vegetables: Broccoli and Cabbage
Broccoli and cabbage are both high in vitamin C, the top defense against winter sickness. Green vegetables like mustard leaf and kale are also good for winters.
Root Vegetables: Potatoes, Beet and Carrots
Carrots are good source of beta-carotene and potatoes are source of two immunity boosters-vitamins C and B6. These are few essential vitamins during winter. Also potatoes are good source of folate, which is important for women of childbearing age.
Fish: Salmon and Tuna
Salmon and tuna these fishes are filled with vitamin D which is really helpful as we don’t get much exposure to Sun in winter. Vitamin D helps to reduce chances of weakening of bones and risk of heart disease.
Oatmeal has nutrients that are good for winter days. It is high in zinc which is important for proper immune function. It also has soluble fiber that is associated with heart health. Oatmeal is always an easy breakfast option for all of us.