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Winter Session vegetables in India

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Carrots

This is This vegetable has the highest amount of carotene when compared to other fruits and vegetables. In addition it is an excellent source for vitamin B, C, D, E and K. You can eat them raw or cook them as you wish.

 

 

Oranges

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This fruit is the best source of vitamin C and helps your body fight against germs and gives potassium, minerals, folate and fiber. Above all it is low in calories.

 

 

 

Apples

All of us know that “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Well, you can have this fruit at affordable price during winter and opt it as your midday snack and enjoy the benefits.

 

 

 

Turnips

This is a root vegetable in size of an apple. It has a sweet taste and starchy texture and contains fiber, folates, vitamins and minerals and the best turnips come in the market during winter.

 

 

Mustard Leaves

This is a winter crop which is highly nutritious. Several vital antioxidants, carotenes, vitamins and minerals are there in its fresh green leaves. Include the goodness of this food in your diet this winter and get the benefits.

 

 

Fenugreek Leaves

In India fenugreek leaves are known ‘Methi’ which is loaded with vitamins and minerals along with lots of fiber and phytonutrients. It helps in lowering cholesterol and blood sugar level along with many more and overall health benefits.

 

 

Spinach

Spinach leaves are one of the healthiest vegetables in the world. It contains flavonoids and carotenoids which are antioxidants along with lots of vitamins and minerals. It is rich in vitamin A, C and K and contains omega-3 fatty acids. If you want to get the complete nutrition, avoid boiling or cooking it too much.

 

 

Peas

This vegetable is rich in Vitamin – K and contains essential B – Complex vitamins. It has all necessary minerals along with folic acid and ascorbic acid. It is not just eaten after being cooked with other vegetables, but you can have it raw in salads and add it to soups. It provides you with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits.

Radishes

Radishes are available in abundance during winter season. They are pungent or sweet in taste and provide you with potassium, lots of roughage, folic acid and ascorbic acid. You can either cook it in your way or even eat raw.

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