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Winter food

Winter food

Mireia Cervera 21 December 2016

What winter foods are the best to eat? Discover in this post the ideal vegetables and fruits to eat in a healthy and comforting way during this period of the year.

Winter foods: the most nutritious fruits and vegetables!

Winter is coming, the cold season and with it viral diseases of the respiratory system or, in other words, colds, flus and colds. Hence, it is necessary to strengthen the immune system.Before having a healthy lifestyle, it is essential to follow a balanced diet in winter. Luckily nature gives us fruits and vegetables that are ideal to combat these ailments.

Seasonal fruits and vegetablesWinter have very useful properties against flu and colds. For example, fruits such as citrus fruits (orange, lemon, tangerines ...) constitute the first source of vitamin C, so necessary to stimulate the body's defenses.ism. The cabbage family (cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli ...) provide us with numerous antioxidants that contribute to the proper functioning of our defenses. And deep green vegetables like spinach and chard, which are rich in provitaminA and, above all, in folic acid.

It is common to find products belonging to any season of the year in markets and supermarkets. However, prioritizing seasonal foods, and more so in winter, can ber our amulet to protect our health. During the winter months we can put in our shopping basket: cauliflower, endive, oranges, artichokes, kiwis, lemons ...

And remember! Consume/ en / enjoy-seasonal- foods "> seasonal foods are also convenient because their quality is higher, since they are fresher, without forgetting that they are usually cheaper and easier to get.

Winter foods help us fight common colds.

Winter seasonal vegetables and fruits to consume during the months of January, February, and March:

Chard
"> Artichoke
Celery
Broccoli
Khaki
Custard apple
Red cabbage
Cauliflower
Cruciferous
Endívia
Endive
Espinhere
Kale
Kiwi
Lemon
Tangerine
Apple
Orange
Plantain
Leek
Cabbage
Carrot

Mireia Cervera Nutritionist Teresa Carles Healthy Foods Group - Flax & Kale