With the arrival of winter, social gatherings, work, family, departures, commitments, Christmas parties increase … the low temperatures, the rains, fewer hours of sun and less exits to the outside because of the cold, lead to need richer dishes in calories to combat the intense cold during the winter. These situations when repeated over a long time can translate into an increase in weight. We leave you 10 of the essential foods to keep the line at this time of year.
Natural fruit juices, smoothies … take them to breakfast to start the day with energy. Try to reduce the consumption of coffee or stimulant drinks. It produces nervous wear, exhaustion and also does not feed you.
They are essential to carry a balanced diet. Rich in protein, you can consume them every day.
Nuts contain a lot of calcium and are ideal for keeping bones in good condition. They are highly recommended in older people who can be more easily decalcified, especially in women who are in postmenopause and children. They should be eaten fresh, because their high fat content makes them barely peeled rancid.
Rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and very low in calories. You can prepare the wok with olive oil, steamed, in stews with homemade tomato sauce, etc.
Fruit tea and green tea. Also broths, but beware! Try to make them at home because snapshots contain many harmful additives.
Natural antioxidant thanks to its large amount of vitamins, including those of group C and E as well as being an excellent source of fiber. It is convenient to remove the skin at the time of consumption because it deposits the greatest amount of harmful chemicals.
From any vegetable, you can add seeds to make them more nutritious (chia to incorporate omega 3, sesame to provide extra calcium, etc.)
Rich in vitamins and antioxidants, especially citrus fruits such as kiwi, orange, tangerine or grapefruit.
They are the most recommended proteins. It is suggested to consume them between 4 or 5 times per week.
The defatted reds and chicken should complete the weekly menu.
You know, you have no excuse to eat healthy this winter!