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6 green foods to maintain your health this winter

Updated on March 23, 2016

To protect yourself and your family from viruses that infect our bodies during the winter, there is no alternative than to follow a healthy diet appropriate to the requirements of this chapter.

To combat these circumstances associated diseases for the winter, it is necessary armament green foods, which help strengthen the body's immune system and protect it, even though they are not always welcome on our tablets, especially by children, but their presence is indispensable to the health of a perfect during the harsh winter season.

You in this topic Madam six green foods you should not hesitate to be included in your meals during this season, Fattabai with us!
Broccoli (Broccoli)

Broccoli is one of the most vitamin C-rich vegetables, also has an extraordinary amount of fiber and antioxidants that reduce the risk of heart disease and arteries, prevent cancer, and decrease the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes. Adapts broccoli with several dishes, either in the form of soup, Grattan, or unbaked pie shape, Aftamh delicious and light.
Watercress

Watercress is for the plant to eat available on many of the advantages. It is rich in antioxidants, which help prevent the emergence of some types of cancer, not to mention the richness in vitamin K, which helps in the clotting of blood, bone mineralization, and cell growth.

Watercress also contributes to enriching and moisturizing body with water and are often used against a cough and as an aphrodisiac. You can submit it as a salad, in sandwiches, on pizza, in soups, or as a sauce to accompany some of the dishes.
Spinach

Spinach is considered very iron-rich foods as they contain high levels of vitamins and minerals, as well as spinach consists of antioxidants sound quality in particular for the eyes and safety, as they are among the least calorie vegetables. Whether cooked or raw, you can use in your dishes in many ways.
Lettuce

Very mild, lettuce is still the first choice and the perfect for those who want to lose weight, and Humen authorities richest in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Very refreshing, light on the stomach, and few calories you consumed raw, but also slowly cooked or fried.
Cabbages

It is known that cabbage is very rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber, which play a role protective important for our health. They protect us from cancers, we got rid of constipation, and protect us from digestive problems and intestinal tract.

And the best way to eat cabbage is cooking with steam, but reap cooked for a long time to keep Taurate and the effectiveness of its components.
Fennel

Fennel flavor of anise is a plant consumes tender or cooked: Mthbla, in the pan, steamed, in the oven or as an ingredient for soup. Fennel is a type of vegetable can also be used in all sauces, has been used since ancient times for many medicinal properties:

Remember the benefits in the fight against flatulence, stomach, and digestive problems, abdominal pain in infants, not to mention that it helps to relax. Also used to relieve menstrual pain.

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