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Here’s a list of superfoods to keep you healthy in winter

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As the country head towards the season of cold wintry months, keeping ourselves warm and healthy becomes very important. So, eating a healthy and nutrient-dense diet may help us battle the cold weather. Hence, it is imperative to add every food group to your diet to reap their benefits.

Here’s is a list of superfoods for this winter to keep you warm and healthy.

Oatmeal

Packed with fibre and protein Oatmeal is good for heart and weight loss. According to many health experts around the world vouch for the health benefits of oatmeal and recommend consuming a bowl of oatmeal daily to avoid any heart-related ailments.

Oatmeal
Oatmeal

Green Tea

Green tea does not undergo oxidation and withering process, hence, it is considered to be a healthier alterative of your regular tea. It is packed with antioxidants, and helps boost the immune system and keeps winter diseases like cold and cough at bay. Also, it has an active ingredient called catechins, which is known to boost our metabolism and further helps in shedding kilos.

Green Tea
Green Tea

Honey

According to the National Honey Board, consuming honey everyday will not only boosts immunity but will also keeps heart health in check. Since honey is fat-free, cholesterol-free and sodium-free, it can be added in diet without worrying about anything. Raw honey is nature’s richest source of live healing enzymes that increases reflexes, mental alertness and even IQ.

Honey
Honey

Trail Mix

A handful of dried nuts and seeds is an ideal on-the-go snack for you. Apparently, trail mix is a mixture of nuts, seeds, cashew, pumpkin seeds, melon seeds, dried pineapple, almonds, walnuts et al. It packed with energy, protein and dietary fibre, this snack mix helps to stay full and healthy.

Trail Mix
Trail Mix

Thus, without further ado, add these comforting foods to your everyday diet and stay warm and healthy this winter.

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