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To Increase immunity in winter

Enzymes that help the body fight disease cannot work well in cold weather. As a result, the immune system of the body becomes weak. The magic of activating the immune system is hidden in winter vegetables and fruits.

increase immunity in winter
increase immunity in winter

To Increase immunity in winter

  • The risk of contracting various types of cold-related infections increases during the change of season. For remedy zinc rich food especially egg, milk, fish, meat, etc. should be kept in daily diet.
  • To increase immunity in winter, it is good to keep vitamin ‘C’, vitamin ‘A’ and antioxidant foods like lemon, orange, cabbage, broccoli, sweet pumpkin, sweet potato, spinach, etc. in the food list.
  • Studies have shown that taking at least 1000 milligrams of vitamin C every day can reduce the effects of colds, fevers, and chills. The duration of a cold or fever is reduced to about one to half a day.
  • Drink seasonal fruit guava, amla, and lemon sherbet. If Kusum is mixed with raw turmeric and honey in hot milk, it can easily get rid of the effects of cold.
  • All ages can drink hot vegetable soup, green tea, ginger, tulsi, or mint tea to stay refreshed in winter. It is better to avoid thick liquor milk tea or coffee. In cold weather, many people reduce their water intake as they get less thirst. But at this time, the humidity of the air decreases, so the skin becomes dry. So you should drink at least two to three liters of water every day.
  • Along with water, you can drink orange, malta, papaya, or any fresh fruit juice in hot water. If you want to lose weight, skip the extra sugar in the juice. Honey, maple syrup, apple cider vinegar, ginger, garlic, Nigella sativa, cloves, cinnamon, pepper, etc. help to keep the body warm. So if you keep these foods in your daily diet, you will get benefits in winter.
  • If you have asthma and allergy problems in winter, keep foods rich in magnesium, potassium, omega-3, and vitamin B6 such as onions, bananas, fish, mint, basil, rosemary, etc. in your daily diet. Excess salt and omega-6 fat intake often increase the incidence of asthma and allergies. So avoid these as much as possible. Try to eat hot and fresh food as much as possible without eating stale or cold food to stay healthy in winter. Different types of nuts and dry fruits are very useful in winter. Because these foods increase the temperature of the body by accelerating the metabolic process. Similarly, underground vegetables, i.e. vegetables with roots, require a lot of energy to digest. It also keeps the body warm and reduces the tendency to catch a cold.

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