5 Foods In Your Diet

Winter has a few choices of food as compared to summer. Always try to eat vitamins enriched food that can help you to look fresh in the dry season.

Here are 5 best foods to eat in the winter season that can provide you the best ingredients in winter.

Pomegranates

Pomegranates

This fruit is juicier as compare to other fruits. It is normally eaten to increase the blood amount in the body.

It contains antioxidants that can be the best to eliminate the LDL Cholesterol in our body. Just took a bowl in your daily meal.

Drinking its juice may increase the blood flow with myocardial ischemia in people.

Dark Leafy Green

Dark-Leafy-Green

Some of the dark leafy greens like collards, kale, and chard are available in large quantity in the winter season.

The bitterness of kale can be removed with frost. All these vegetables are having vitamin A, C, and K in large quantity. It is best for the women at childbearing age.

Citrus

Citrus

Citrus containing fruits like oranges, lemon, lime, and grapefruits are enriched with vitamin C. these can add more taste to the winter and help to be shiny in the dry season.

Vitamin C helps the people to tighten the skin and remove the black spots.

It brings shine to the skin. These citrus fruits are the best producers of flavonoids that can protect people from dangerous diseases like cancer and diseases of the heart.

Winter Squash

Winter Squash

Various varieties of winter squash are available in the market. These are delicate, acorn, butternut, and spaghetti squash. These all vegetables are the best choices for the winter season.

Its one cup contains low almost 80 calories but very high for Vitamin A and vitamin C. Winter squash also a source of Vitamin K, B6, and potassium.

Potatoes

Potatoes

Potatoes typically get a foul rap for being a white starch, thrown into the identical class as rice or light bread.

However, in contrast to those different starches, that has so been stripped of healthful nutrients, potatoes square measure a full food that contains many useful nutrients.

Potatoes are the main source for vitamins C and B6. A potato of a medium in size provides the 36% Vitamin C and B6 per day. Vitamin B6 is very vital for ladies of childbearing age.

Daily women and men need 25 grams and 38 grams respectively of B6.

It will help to gain antioxidants that can protect from cancer and cardiopathy risk to control irritation.

Janet Van der Wiel
Janet van der Wiel is a reporter for US Updates.  After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, Janet got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer.  Janet has also worked as a columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News. Janet covers economy and community events for US Updates.

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