Sweet potato is a popular choice for snacking during winters. It is rich in fiber, Vitamin A and potassium and thereby reduces inflammation and builds immunity.

#1 Sweet potatoe

Sweet in taste, dates are rich in vitamins, minerals and fibers. They also act as natural sweeteners in desserts and milk.

#2 Date

Loaded with fiber, they help improve digestion and also help with mental conditions like anxiety and depression, improving overall health.

#3 Millet

Nuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. Rich in Vitamin E and magnesium, they help keep the body warm and lower inflammation and blood sugar levels.

#4 Nut

Mustard leaves or sarso ka saag is a winter staple in India and are loaded with Vitamin A and C, both of which help improve immunity.

#5 Mustard leave

#6 Jaggery

Jaggery is a great substitute for sugar and is rich in iron, which helps people who suffer from anemia and acts as a powerful lung cleanser.

One of the best sources of Vitamin C, amla helps common colds, cough and viral infections. It can be consumed in multiple forms and should be consumed regularly for optimum effects.

#7 Amla

#8 Cruciferous vegetable

Broccoli, cauliflower and all such cruciferous vegetables aren’t the greatest tasting vegetables but they are great for the body’s immunity.

#9 Root vegetable

Winter is the time for root vegetables like carrot, turnips and beetroots that add manganese, beta carotene and potassium to the body and help protect it against any diseases.

Consumption of ghee as a cooking medium can help you include it in your daily diet and generate instant heat in the body.

#10 Ghee