The monsoon season comes after the summer so the weather changes very rapidly. Weather is one of the reasons you need to make a variety of changes. Sometimes we can't adjust this season. The rainy season is pleasant, but it brings with it many diseases. Want to avoid diseases and pay attention to your diet.
Most diseases are caused by the stomach. During the monsoon season, more vigilance should be exercised in relation to food and drink than the summer season. Experts say the rainy season is the most likely to affect the stomach. There is a fear of a variety of infections during this season. Let's tell you about a special diet.
Always eat fresh and hot food.
Do not eat if there is any odour in the food. Samosa, dumplings tempt everyone to avoid rain-fed weather as it can cause diseases of your throat and stomach. Instead of dhokla, puffed rice and fried snacks, there are some of the old snacks in our society that are made with the tempering of Hing and garlic, such as rasam and protein-rich snacks.
Use foods in general temperatures, avoid too many cold foods or beverages. Do not use icecreams, cold juices, etc. for a long time in the fridge.
Do not use too late cut salads as it worsens very quickly this season.
Wash and clean vegetables like leafy vegetables and cauliflower thoroughly before baking, if washed in warm water, it is better.
If you take fruits or vegetables in a diet, clean them thoroughly and consume them. Eat fruits like apples, pomegranates and pears by cutting them freshly.
Boil and drink water or drink water with a water purifier, avoid too much cold or refrigerator water.
Select boiled salad instead of raw salad to avoid infection.
Select grilled sandwiches, homemade soups, and steamed corn as a healthy snack in the diet.
Foods like oats, brown rice, millet are a healthy alternative to monsoons.
Include protein and iron-rich foods like almonds, walnuts, raisins in diets.
Protein-rich snacks such as sunken, boiled gram (chana, rajma, soy), boiled peanuts, eggs are a healthy substitute compared to fried foods.