Winter Diet: These 5 things keep the body warm from inside

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By: Paromita Ghosh

Last Update: 2020-11-28 01:13:29 IST

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Ghee contains Ayurvedic properties which are very beneficial for the body. Pure ghee contains unsaturated fat which keeps the body warm and healthy. Not only this, ghee also removes the slowness occurring in the winter season.

In winter, only warm clothes are not enough to avoid cold. In this season, we should include such things in our diet that keep the body warm from inside. Here we are going to tell you some similar things of food and drink which along with bringing warmth in the body, also works to increase immunity.

Dry fruits- Some dry fruits including almonds, figs give warmth to the body, so they must be eaten in the winter season. Apart from this, you can also eat dates by adding dates in milk. Dates and figs are rich in calcium and iron which keep the body warm in a natural way. Apart from this, they also increase energy.

Ghee - Ghee contains Ayurvedic properties which are very beneficial for the body. Pure ghee contains unsaturated fat which keeps the body warm and healthy. Not only this, ghee also removes the slowness occurring in the winter season.

Rooted vegetables- The root vegetables like carrot, radish, potato, onion and garlic are warm. These vegetables are digested slowly in the body due to which more heat is produced in the body. To keep the body naturally warm, include these vegetables in your diet as much as possible. These vegetables keep the body healthy and also increase immunity.

Honey- In winter, use honey instead of sugar in sweet things. Honey brings a lot of heat to the body. It can also be eaten by putting it on top of salad. However, diabetes patients should be cautious while using honey.

Hot Spices- While cooking, add hot spices like cloves, cinnamon, ginger and chakra flowers. These things will not only increase the taste of food but will also keep the body warm. You can also eat these spices in curry, tea, coffee or soup. 

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