Winter has knocked on the door, bringing with it a variety of common winter-related diseases that can affect people of all ages who have low immunity.
New Delhi: Winter has knocked on the door, bringing with it a variety of common winter-related diseases that can affect people of all ages who have low immunity. It affects children, the elderly, and those with poor immunity, such as those with the common cold, flu, and respiratory illnesses. It is critical in the winter to make dietary changes that will keep us healthy and active, allowing us to cope with the cold weather.
People spend much of the winter months indoors, which may lower their immunity and make it easier for viruses to move from one person to another in a confined setting. A harsh winter’s dry air and cold may also affect immunity. Additionally, people frequently consume unhealthy foods in the winter. In this season, people like to eat fried things a lot, so it is better to avoid eating too many pakoras and samosas.
Here are some important dietary tips for the winter, suggested by noted dietician Manpreet Kalra.
To stay healthy and fit during the winter, eat the foods listed above.