After the scorching summer, the rain, undoubtedly, is a pleasant experience. However, these pleasant moments could be spoiled by the undesirable health conditions like cough, cold, diarrhea and flu. You can now enjoy these beautiful moments without compromising on your health by paying some extra attention to the foods you consume. If you are already following a healthy eating pattern, make some modifications to your standard diet by including foods that are light on your digestive system, at the same time peel times up to your metabolic rate and boost your immunity.
Some monsoon Superfood that boost your immunity are as follows:
Packed with antioxidants, these pods are rich with boosting immunity properties. Plus, they ease your digestive system while ensuring that your metabolic rate does not spiral down to a snail’s pace. While you can add crushed garlic cloves to any food of your choice, one of the tastiest and healthiest ways to enjoy garlic is rasam garlic. A spicy concoction enriched with pungent flavors of garlic and black pepper, it can be enjoyed with rice or as a cup of hot soup.
Ginger tea which is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of rain. The fiery nature of ginger serves your mood and at the same time boosts your metabolism. Grate a little fresh ginger in a cup of warm water and squeeze in a lemon. Mix 1 teaspoon of honey. Your immune-boosting supplement is ready.
Not much is talked about the potential of stimulating the immunity of pears. However, it is truly amazing to know that this crunchy fruit is a treasure trove of varied vitamins and minerals, all of which make you protect from diseases commonly floating around during the monsoon. In addition to being a good source of fiber, the off-white crunchy fruit contains a good amount of Copper, Vitamin C, and Vitamin B12. Pear is a natural antidepressant because it helps to cool the body and so relieve fever. So, just make sure you drink a glass of freshly squeezed pear juice or nibble some fresh fruit to get some fever relief.
This yellow powder with hints of gold spice is a well-accepted agent to boost immunity. It is an antiseptic agent and a natural antibiotic too. And, that is one of the reasons why you are forced to drink turmeric-infused milk when you get a cough or fever access. Turmeric is also known to keep blood sugar levels under control. You can drink a glass of milk with a ½ teaspoon or 1 teaspoon of honey to protect you from monsoon diseases.
Just add a zing of black pepper to your omelet or soups or even your khichdi. These black fire pearls are not only tasty but often with an impressive dose of good health. A natural antidote for fever, cough, cold muscle pain, flu, and various respiratory ailments, black pepper is a must include food rainy season. Make a chili soup with a tamarind base or just mix a teaspoon of ½ freshly ground black pepper powder with equal amounts of turmeric powder and 2 teaspoons of honey and monsoon drink milk in healthy.
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