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Want To Stay Healthy During Monsoon? Eat These

Want to stay healthy this monsoon? You can’t be missing out on these ingredients.Here are a few foods that just can’t skip in monsoon.
  • Anupam Dabral
  • Her Zindagi Editorial
Published -29 Jun 2018, 17:43 ISTUpdated -07 Sep 2018, 11:08 IST
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The onset of monsoon signifies a relief from the searing heat of summers. But along with those cold showers come a number of diseases, humidity and other seasonal changes which land up making us weak, vulnerable to a number of diseases and infections. With waters accumulated in different areas, mosquitos preparing a baring ground for a number of infections, it is important to ensure that you have a contingency plan.

We do not suggest to look for a long-term remedy into those prescriptions from your doctors. It is good to sort your diet plan out and make it rich enough, loaded with nutrients which can help support your monsoon deficiencies.

Here are a few foods that just can’t skip in monsoon:



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The sweet, juicy fruit forms a perfect base for monsoon salad. Besides this can be consumed in the form of jams, chutneys and also as savoury items. Loaded with copper, Vitamin C, and Vitamin B12 is perfect for immunity boosting. During high seasonal fevers, the antipyretic properties of the fruit come into play which can cool down the body temperature.



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Looking for an ultimate detoxifying agent? Beetroot is the one you can depend on. Packed with a number of vital nutrients and vitamins, beetroot fiber, folic acid, and potassium. Humidity is another factor which can make you sick during monsoons, leading to severable inexplicable sickness symptoms. Therefore to ward all of them off, it is important to consume beetroot juice or consume it in any other way.

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Chickpeas are an easily available ingredient and is popularly known as ‘chole’ in Indian households. Perfect for weekend lunches and served with steamed rice, chickpeas can be eaten in a number of ways to combat monsoon infections.  Rich in zinc and copper, chickpeas make our immune system strong. And due to their Vitamin C content, they are perfect for curing seasonal cough and cold.


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Eaten as a snack in monsoon, corn is highly beneficial. Loaded with phytochemicals which curb a number of seasonal infections, corn can be consumed in a number of ways. Toss it in as a fresh vegetable salad, blend it in a smoothie or add a pinch of salt and eat them like snacks. Besides this, the rainy season also calls for some amazing corn soup recipes. Corn is also a rich source of Vitamin A, B and E and a number of other anti-oxidants which can help fight a number of chronic diseases and control seasonal issues such as diarrhea.

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