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Article in this issue is "Beat the Winters with these Food Items", and it is written by our reader - Vaibhav Sharma.
If you are planning to go on a nutritional diet this winter season, then you can transform well with these controlled dietary habits.

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Article of the Month : Beat the Winters with these Food Items

Winter is a season of ups and downs, the joy of holiday season with a low of starting the new year with last year gains. There is nothing wrong with munching over some delicious snacks over the holidays, but the fear of gaining some extra pounds scares all of us. Luckily, diet is the only thing that saves us from getting fat. Besides, a healthy diet helps us to fight off the bugs and boosts our immune system. We must take a step back from our junky food habits and indulge in a healthy diet to augment our energy and strength.

If you are planning to go on a nutritional diet this winter season, then you can transform well with controlled dietary habits. This transformation will be better for both – warmer and colder months. For maintaining a consistent weight and mood, a low sugar diet is the best. Make sure to give yourself time to exercise, relax, and a good quality diet for achieving vitality during the winter season.

Apart from keeping a healthy, organic, and balanced diet, introduce these food items to your diet to beat the winters:

  • 1.Citrus fruits
    Citrus fruits are rich in fiber that helps in aiding weight loss and improving your digestive health. These sweet, watery, and bright colored fruits add a punch of sunshine in the cold winter days. You must introduce citric fruits, especially oranges in your winter diet plan, as they help to maintain cholesterol levels in our body. There is no denying that citrus fruits are rich in Vitamin C, which helps in reducing the severity duration of a cold. Besides, you can get the required vitamins and minerals, including vitamin B, magnesium, copper, and potassium that your body needs to function properly.
  • 2.Beans, seeds and nuts
    Seeds, nuts, beans, and legumes are a great source of Vitamin E. They boost immunity and generate a lot of heat within the body. Even though nuts are available throughout the year, but it is recommended to consume them more often during winters. When the winter comes, it is good to have a balanced and Vitamin E rich diet. They also add other essential nutrients to your diet, including boron, folate, zinc, iron, and magnesium. Replacing your meat intake with legumes will help you reduce kilos while boosting your protein and fiber in your body. Start by adding a small number of legumes in a cup of cooked beans or curry.
  • 3.Leafy vegetables
    One of the healthiest vegetable that is packed with minerals, vitamins, and fiber is kale. Also green vegetables like mustard and spinach contains B-12 and folates that can help in reducing the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder. Eating green vegetables helps your body to process and absorb protein properly.
  • 4.Green Tea
    During winters, many of us are in the habit of drinking coffee and think of it as a healthy beverage. Being on a strict diet seems impossible to most of us, especially during the holiday season, for that green tea can do wonders. Not only it boosts your mechanism, but it also helps you to cut down weight. Having a cup of green tea after every meal can help you to kill fatty acids and suppress your appetite too. Curling up with hot green tea can be relaxing, especially when you are tired or have a cold.
  • 5. Egg White
    Eggs are well known to the bounty of health benefits and also help in maintaining the balance of nutrients that can get low during winters. Eggs deliver a rich dose of Vitamin D that is good for your body. Lack of sunlight, during the winter season, can lower the level of nutrients and appetite in our body. Therefore, eat eggs to maintain the nutrients balance in your body.

The bottom line : When it comes to food, everyone loves to eat unhealthy junk food, but to stay fit and healthy; you can cut a few things from your diet. Introduce these 5 items in your diet this winter and feel the changes in your body by yourself. For more information on a balanced diet and healthy routine, you can also subscribe to daily fitness diet healthcare tips in English.

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