We all love waking up to an unexpected rainy day when it seems like the rain god has finally answered all our prayers. The sheer pleasure of eating piping hot samosas and pakoras with a cup of ‘kadak’ tea makes a rainy day even more enjoyable. Now that the monsoon is in full swing, it is paramount to take care of your health. It is the season when diseases, especially of the digestive system, are uninhibited. Poor digestion can lead to a reduction in our metabolism, which increases fat storage. That’s why it’s important to eat foods that boost our immune system to keep unwanted diseases at bay. Here we bring you 5 immunity-boosting recipes that are perfect to start your day.
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Here are 5 immunity-boosting breakfast recipes you must try:
1. Spinach Roll: Our Recommendation
Leafy vegetables such as spinach contain vitamins and minerals such as vitamin E and magnesium that support your immune system. Taking this into consideration, here we bring you a spinach sandwich recipe made with nutritious whole wheat bread and further flavored with spinach, making it even more nutritious. Click here for the complete spinach sandwich recipe.
2. Orange and Turmeric Smoothie
Besides the ubiquitous kadhas and teas, smoothies are one of the easiest ways to pack nutrients and taste them together. Here we bring you a super easy smoothie recipe that consists of turmeric powder and orange. Both ingredients are popular for boosting the immune system. Click here for the recipe of turmeric smoothie.
Colorful Exotic (Egg And Broccoli) Omelette
Broccoli is a vegetable packed with nutrients to boost your immune system. Some people love it, some hate it, but no one can ignore this powerhouse. Here we bring you an easy recipe that anyone would love. While the egg provides the essential complete protein, broccoli and other vegetables, you add fiber and flavor to this recipe. Click here for the full recipe.
This bright pink drink is an ideal recipe for being in the pink of health. Combine beetroot and pomegranate with aloe vera and season with black pepper powder to obtain a nourishing glass of immunity-boosting juice. Click here for the recipe.
You can use ginger and turmeric separately in your meals and drinks or combine the goodness of two in one recipe – this ginger-turmeric smoothie is a prime example. Wondering how to do that? Click here.
Add these recipes to your diet and let us know how you liked them in the comment section below. Happy monsoon everyone!