Pomegranates are rich in vitamin C and also contain folate,
vitamin K and potassium. This superfood is packed with antioxidants, such
as tannins, flavonoids, polyphenols, and anthocyanins, which will help keep you
strong and healthy during the winter months. Pomegranates are rich in high
fiber content help fight cardiovascular diseases. You can add this fruit to
yogurt, smoothies and salads. You can also snack on the seeds.
Oatmeal - Low GI food
Oatmeal is much more
than just a convenient breakfast food; it also provides nutrients that are
essential during winter. Oatmeal is high in zinc and soluble fiber known as
beta-glucan; the type of fibre known to help reduce blood cholesterol levels.
Oats also have one of the lowest GI’s of all grains. Protein-packed, full of
fiber and low on fat, oats are designed to boost your energy levels durin
Eggs – Powerhouse of nutrients
Eggs are a powerhouse of energy and are also rich in proteins
and vitamins which help in keeping the body warm. Enriched with vitamins B12
and riboflavin (vitamin B2), egg is also a good source of the fat-soluble
vitamins A and D and provides some vitamin E. At only 70 calories per egg, this
superfood is an excellent addition to a low-calorie diet.
Sweet Potato - Super nutritious
Loaded with nutrients and low in calories, sweet potato is the
go-to food for winters. Although they have higher sugar content than your
regular potato, but its nutritional value is way higher. Rich in potassium,
vitamin A and fiber, sweet potato can boost your immunity, cure constipation
and lower inflammation. Sweet potato is also great source of Vitamin D,
Magnesium and Iron.
Oranges – Loaded with vitamin C
Oranges are mostly available during winters and are a must add
to your diet. Loaded with vitamin C and anthocyanins, they keep the skin smooth
as well as our heart healthy. They protect us from cold and flu. Oranges are
also a good source of fibre, B vitamins, vitamin A, calcium and potassium. It’s
full of powerful antioxidants and protects our cell from damage.
Boost your immunity, crank up your energy and revitalize your
hair and skin when you add some of these superfoods to your plate. Try boosting
your nutrient intake by including these winter foods that are particularly high
in vitamins, minerals.