How do you stay healthy in the winter?
- Enjoy winter seasonal vegetables and fruit. Grapefruit, kiwifruit, mandarins and oranges are all delicious and in season over winter.
- Take time for tea.
- Stews, casseroles and leftovers.
- Get active indoors.
- Sit less.
- Rug up.
Which food is good for health in winter?
- Root vegetables. Local produce can be hard to find when cold weather hits.
- Vitamin D-rich foods.
- Mood-boosting snacks.
- Immune-boosting choices.
- Spicy tuna roll.
- Broccoli and cauliflower.
Which food keeps body warm? Sweet potatoes and other root vegetables need more energy to move through the digestion process, which raises your body temperature. High in vitamin A, vitamin C and potassium, sweet potatoes can add fiber and other nutrients to a warm winter meal. Research shows sweet potatoes are also good for eye health.
What should not eat in winter?
- Cold Temperature Foods. Thinking of having a bottle of cola straight from the fridge?
- Dairy Products.
- Meats And Processed Foods.
- Salads And Raw Food.
- Juices and Aerated Drinks.
- Fatty Foods With Empty Calories.