5 Best Immune Booster Foods

5 Best Immune Booster Foods

The return with best foods. Back to workplace!

Before we take a look at the revolutionized lunch box let’s identify the reasons for overeating.
This will help us balance our eating time & work at the work place. You have to do what is takes.

Top reasons we over eat:

1. Stress
2. Mistaking thirst for hunger
3. Depression
4. Extreme dieting
5. Genetic

On the lighter side we sometimes tend to over eat because of the portion size, company, variety, distraction or over a drink (alcohol).

Let’s get to the Pandemic.

Not only has COVID-19 destroyed any sense of routine, most of us had stocked foods to avoid frequent trips to the grocery store. Unfortunately, many of these foods are among the worst for our waistline.

The two major influences being

1. Staying at home

1a.Digital-education

1b.Smart working

2. Limitation of outdoors

2a.Interruption of the work routine caused by the quarantine could result in boredom, which in turn is associated with a greater energy intake.

2b.Hearing or reading continuously about the COVID-19 from media can be stressful. Stress leads subjects toward overeating, especially ‘comfort foods’ rich in sugar, defined as “food craving”

Now let’s get to our lunch box.

5 best lunch foods:

Medical and nutrition experts revealed that khichdi is a safe bet for Covid patients. Its easy to digest and protein-rich nature makes it a fantastic one-pot meal to help the body meet all its nutrition requirements. This one-pot meal is nourishing and packed with proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.

It is very popular in Tamil Nadu and Udupi in Karnataka as well. Literally meaning “cooked”, this dish is made of 13 local vegetables like carrots, beans, snake gourd, coconut and curry leaves. Avial feels like a warm hug on a cool day. Pair it with the nutrition-rich Kerala red rice or matta rice and your immunity will be strong as ever.

There are so many types of dal you can come across all over India, and each one is as delicious as the other. Palakura Pappu means spinach dal. It’s prepared with spinach, dal, chillies, tamarind, curry leaves and spices. This dal has the right amount of spice, tanginess with the goodness of spinach & the protein power of dal.Palakura Pappu goes great with rice.

As a rich source of vitamins, minerals and fiber, chickpeas may offer a variety of health benefits, such as improving digestion, aiding weight management and reducing the risk of several diseases. Additionally, chickpeas are high in protein and make an excellent replacement for meat in vegetarian and vegan diets.

Whether you call it Ragi Sangati, Ragi Mudde or Ragi Ball, this dish from South India is packed with fibre and helps lower cholesterol, diabetes and cools the body. The cost-effectiveness and its locally available nature make it a super healthy food. Ragi based dishes gained a lot of popularity as immunity boosters during the pandemic. In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, people consume Ragi Sangati with Natu Kodi Pulusu, a flavoursome chicken curry. This Rayalseema-style chicken gravy is prepared with a medley of spices like star anise and poppy seeds. The chicken, a good source of zinc and ragi, an excellent source of fibre, this wholesome South Indian comfort meal will do wonders for your body.

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