Good Food Habits That You Need To Follow This Monsoon
The monsoon showers are a great respite from the scorching summer heat. But before you welcome this lovely weather with all kinds of street food, let us remind you that the monsoon comes along with a host of health risks. The humid weather comes along with problems like indigestion, bloating, gastric, acidity, and stomach infection. This doesn’t mean that you cannot enjoy the monsoon without falling sick. Fortunately, by following good food habits you can keep your immunity strong and keep the health problems at bay:
1. Avoid eating street food: You should avoid street food particularly during the monsoon. Fried, greasy and oily food may seem tasty and good for a quick bite but they are difficult to digest and can cause heartburn and other gastric problems. Also, the street food items are often uncovered and, thus, are at high risk of getting contaminated.
2. Keep your diet light: Avoid eating processed and junk food. Eat a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Instead of white rice, eat brown rice. A fibre-rich diet promotes good bacteria in the gut. Good gut health boosts digestion, improves immunity, and heart health.
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3. Wash your hands before eating: Your hands touch various surfaces throughout the day and a number of infectious diseases are spread by contaminated hands. Make sure you wash your hands with soap and warm water before eating.
4. Eat immunity boosting foods: The delightful smell of rain brings along with it common health problems like the common cold and sore throat. A good immune system can help you fight off cold or flu symptoms. Including immunity-boosting foods in your daily diet can reduce your chances of falling sick. High in Vitamin C, citrus fruits like oranges and lemons help boost immunity. Adding turmeric, ginger and honey to your daily diet can improve digestion and their anti-inflammatory properties can help relieve the cold and sore throat.
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5. Keep yourself hydrated: Whether you feel thirsty or not, staying hydrated in the monsoon season is important. To keep your immunity levels up, make sure you drink enough water throughout the day. When the body is well-hydrated, it’s able to flush out toxins easily, keeping stomach infections and other health problems at bay.
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