Winter and oatmeal for breakfast are nice. High in slow-releasing carbs and fiber. Zinc and soluble fiber make this snack powerful. Hemp, flaxseeds, or berries with oatmeal fill you up.
Soup is one of the best winter warmers. It hydrates your body and provides liquid. Add grain crackers to a healthy vegetable soup for flavor.
Winter citrus fruits like lemons, oranges, and grapefruit can brighten your diet. These foods have fiber, vitamin C, and little calories.
Dry fruits are another winter staple. Due of their warmth, dates are ideal in the winter. They are high in magnesium, Vitamin C, and energy.
Cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower and broccoli are very winter sickness-resistant. Due to their vitamin C content, they boost immunity.
Genuine ghee from indigenous cows. Our homemade ghee has no preservatives or flavors.
The crocus sativus bloom, known as saffron, is hand-harvested. Saffron refers to the stigma that resembles threads.