Winter Super-Foods

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1. Sweet Potatoes

Go easy on calories and high on nutrients with sweet potatoes this winter. Although they have higher sugar content than your regular potato, but its nutritional value is way higher. Sweet potatoes are a rich source of fiber, vitamin A, and potassium. Regular consumption can help in curing constipation, improve your immunity and is known to reduce inflammation. Sweet potatoes are high on nutrients despite having high sugar content.


2. Turnip and Its Leaves

This starchy vegetable is an excellent anti-oxidant which is known to help in reducing the risk of cancer. It is rich in vitamin K and its leaves have a generous content of vitamin A. Consumption of turnip and its leaves will help your body to improve your over-all cardiovascular health apart from strengthening your bones and improving your digestion. Turnips and its leaves have anti-cancerial properties due to it being an excellent anti-oxidant.


3. Dates

The lower fat content present in dates helps you to keep your weight in check. They are a power-house of nutrients and a must-have for people who go to the gym. Regular intake of dates help your body to stay warm during winters. Dates are warm and its regular intake is very beneficial during Winters.


4. Almonds and Walnuts

Regular intake of almonds and walnuts in winters ensures an active nervous system, improved sensitivity to insulin, a healthy heart and body. Why eat them alone when you can combine them with apricots in this recipe. Nuts ensure a healthy heart and body



5. Ragi

The best way for a vegan to consume calcium is to have ragi. Apart from this, ragi helps to control diabetes and anemia. It is known to help with conditions of Insomnia, anxiety and depression. Ragi is an excellent source of calcium for vegans.


6. Bajra

This tiny cute little millet variety is high on fat, rich in protein and fiber. The high iron content plays a vital role in curing anemia. If consumed on a regular basis, millet can help to strengthen your bones.

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Winters – Sarson Ka saag, methi ke paranthe…

These veggies are available mostly in winters in smaller cities. Carrot is another one. Feast on green leafy vegetables in winters – they are reach in antioxidants & have a gentle detoxifying effect.

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cadence wrote:

Winters – Sarson Ka saag, methi ke paranthe…

These veggies are available mostly in winters in smaller cities. Carrot is another one. Feast on green leafy vegetables in winters – they are reach in antioxidants & have a gentle detoxifying effect.

Only in small cities? dizzy_face

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Nationalist wrote:

Only in small cities? dizzy_face

In bigger cities they are also available in off-season sometimes through big stores like Bigbasket.

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How you forgot muli ke parathe 💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨

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Foodie wrote:

How you forgot muli ke parathe 💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨

Muli is a superfood but muli ke parathe is not unfortunately. 🙂

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