5 foods you can nibble upon to keep warm these Winters

5 foods you can nibble upon to keep warm these Winters

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Winter affects more than just your clothing style, heating bill and your 'shower days'. Your body's eating habits change with the weather as well. This is the time when your body's metabolism, food preferences and energy levels see a huge change and this is the time when you can take your body's best care if you include these few simple foods! See how-

1. Soups


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Soups are perhaps the most tasty face given to veggies. All you have to do is- Put the most colorful yet worst-tasting vegetables to the pot, turn on the heat, and then mash! You have got your bowl full of minerals and crucial fibers. All you need is a few handy condiments like some butter, crunchy croutons, crackers and salts. Add some noodles to it and there you've got the best of both world.

2. Tea


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A cup of tea is all you need to grasp to give you a hot boost-up in Winters, anytime you want. Teas have had the tag for being the winter-pal for many, since ages. Teas come in various essences which include the most favorite 'ginger tea' to the most exotic ones, supplied all the way from Himalayas. Chamomile tea is known for its immense health benefits.

3. Broccoli


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Broccoli and cauliflower are one of the best defenses against Winter chill and 'common cold', which is rather common in Winters. Both these varieties are equally high in Vitamin C and keep immune systems intact for any foreign invaders.

4.  Carrots


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Roast carrots are a to-go source for a boost of beta-carotene, vitamins C and A. Moreover all such root vegetables like turnips, radishes etc are capable of withstanding Winter weather and thus, are the few seasonal options in such harsh weather.

5. Oatmeal


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Oatmeal is high in zinc and fiber. Both these nutrients are very essential during winters. These both can be associated with heart health and are important for proper immune function. Top your oats bowl with a few nuts, strawberries, almonds and

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