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10 Healthy Winter Foods

Finding the right foods to eat during each season can be a difficult endeavor. In the wintertime, most foods that y...

10 Healthy Winter Foods

Finding the right foods to eat during each season can be a difficult endeavor. In the wintertime, most foods that you’ve grown accustomed to are probably out of season. But that doesn’t mean you can’t eat healthily. There are a plethora of healthy choices for you to choose from during the winter, which will keep your energy levels high and your stomach satisfied.

 

 

Brussels sprouts: Brussels sprouts actually have more vitamin C than oranges. They also have anti-inflammatory properties, and are a good substitute for fish in that regard. Vitamin K and magnesium can also be found in Brussels sprouts.

 

Leeks: Leeks are known for fighting disease and healing blood vessels.

 

Cabbage: Cabbage is a popular side dish with many meals, and it comes with vitamins A, B, C, and K—making it one of the most well-rounded options on this list.

 

Broccoli: Broccoli’s full of energizing vitamins and antioxidants.

 

 

Grapefruit: Grapefruit is sweet and carries cancer-fighting vitamins. It’s been recently found to help ward off prostate cancer.

 

Sweet Potatoes: Sweet potato comes with fibre and almost no fat, making it a solid winter option.

 

Squash: Squash offers a full flavoured taste along with a boost of vitamin A. As an antioxidant, it’s great for cleaning cells and protecting against cancer, and you can cook it in a variety of ways.

 

Turnip Greens: Turnip greens, or turnip leaves, are often eaten separately from turnips. They have precious vitamins A, K, and C, along with calcium for healthy bones.

 

Garlic: Garlic helps to prevent heart disease and cancer, and some even consider it a superfood!

 

Nuts: Nuts are known as a great source of protein, but they also contain valuable necessities such as potassium and manganese, and vitamin C, which fights colds.

 

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