4 tips to boost immunity this winter

Runny nose, tear-soaked eyes and a stuffy nose longing to breathe, all the cold-prone people will relate to the fight. Not only is getting a cold annoying, but it is also painful. All thanks to the sleepless nights and suffocating coughs that often lead to vomiting.

Winters can be harsh for all those with low immunity. This calls for miracle foods that can strengthen your immune system and save you from all the pain. More so, as COVID has only slowed down and had not gone anywhere.

Here are a few tips that will be helpful.

The good old kadha is evergreen

Do you remember that our grandmothers and even mothers prepared the dark, almost bitter drink and forced us to drink it at least twice a week because of the many benefits it has? Most of us would definitely do it because COVID had made us all a big fan of the good old drink. So if you happen to have already forgotten the magic properties of the drink, this is a magic elixir for winters. Just grab some tulsi, giloy, fennel seeds, turmeric, ginger, cloves and honey. Cook them for about 10 minutes. Drain and drink it. It will give your immunity a kick of strength.

kadha drink

Golden milk will waste the magic

Take half a spoonful of turmeric, or even less, mix it in a glass of warm or lukewarm milk. Add saffron if you like, and a little sugar if you can not do without it. Drink it every night before going to bed. Turmeric has healing properties and is undoubtedly good for the immune system.

turmeric milk

Seasonal fruits can do the job

If you stay away from seasonal fruits for fear of catching a cold, remember that they are a good source of strengthening immunity. Citrus fruits contain vitamin C, most of us know this by now and are good at strengthening your immune system. So add at least one seasonal fruit to your daily diet and see the magic.

seasonal fruits

Leaf green is a must

Have you ever wondered why Popeye The Sailor Man opened a can of spinach every time he needed strength? These leafy vegetables are a good source of important vitamins and minerals. Whether it is methi, palak or bathua, all the green greens are a must for winter. So make sure you have all the cases and get the most out of them.

Also read: 4 Reasons Why You Can Keep Keeping Keep Coughing and Getting Colds Often


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