Fruits and Vegetables you must consume during winters

Winter is often portrayed as a time of lack, not abundance when it comes to food. However, there are a lot of delicious fruits and vegetables beneficial for our health during the winters.

Also Read | Know about these powerful Ayurveda herbs with their health benefits

Here are the Top 5 fruits and 5 vegetables to have during the winter season along with their benefits:

APPLE
Apple contains plentiful nutrients for healthy skin and body. They contain Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, complex nutrients, and minerals.


CRANBERRIES

Cranberries are rich in both vitamins and minerals. It also has high antioxidants which give you glowing skin. It also prevents tooth decay and respiratory infections.



ORANGE

Oranges are a great source of Vitamin C, which is essential to remain healthy during the winters. They also help in detoxifying our body. It also helps with weight loss and improves skin health.

POMEGRANATE
Pomegranates are also a source of fiber, which improves the digestive system, immunity, and bone quality.

KIWI
High source of vitamin-C, E, and K. It is rich in polyphenols which is essential for heart health. It keeps the skin firm and promotes fairness.

CARROT
It cures Vitamin B, C, D, E, and K deficiencies in the body. Consumption of carrots improves eyesight, immunity, and safeguards against cancer.

BEETROOT
It is rich in Vitamin B6, C, Folic Acid, Magnesium, and Nitrates. It prevents signs of aging and promotes hair growth. It also moisturizes the skin.

SPINACH
Spinach consists of several essential vitamins and nutrients. Consuming spinach prevents cancer and asthma. It also reduces blood pressure, which means that it is great for someone suffering from hypertension.

CABBAGE
Detoxifies the stomach and stimulates the immune system. It is anti-cancer and anti-oxidant. It is rich in iron and sulfur.


KALE
It is anti-inflammatory. Boosts metabolism and is high in protein. Kale is good for cognitive health. It also helps in reducing cholesterol problems.

-PTC News