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A warm drink packed with antioxidants and nutrients will make you feel cozy as well as help protect against various infections in the winter months.
According to many, the winter months were meant for mugs full of hot chocolate and cocktails, but those drinks aren’t the healthiest option, especially if you’re watching your weight. Very cold weather can affect your health in a number of ways. But a warm drink packed with antioxidants and nutrients will make you feel cozy as well as help protect against various infections by boosting your immunity.
Sipping one of these warm non-alcoholic drinks when you’re feeling the chill will do the job - whether you’re nursing a cold or you just need to warm your bones.
Here are the three chills that ensures warmth and relief in your body on a chilly month like January-
1. Golden milk
A healthy beverage made with ingredients such as coconut milk, black pepper, turmeric, and other spices, including cinnamon and ginger. This drink is packed with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant properties that help boost the immune system, improve digestion, stabilise blood sugar levels, and maintain a healthy heart.
2. Hot lemon water
One of the most popular health drinks, hot lemon water can help flush the liver and kidneys of toxins. It promotes digestion, increases the metabolic rate, and help fight a sore throat and respiratory tract infections.
3. Ginger tea
Loaded with healing properties, it’s a great idea to begin your day with a warm cup of ginger tea, especially during the peak season of cold and flu. It is also a great drink to improve digestion and increase the absorption of food. Keep sipping ginger tea to keep your body in winters.
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