What To Eat In Monsoon. #The breezy mornings and earthy smell of the wet land is something that you love to witness during this season. However, with the relief from hot weather, monsoon also brings along an array of bacterial infections that may take a toll on your body and overall health.

If you are confused about picking the right vegetables from the grocery, worry not as we list down vegetables best to eat during;monsoon..

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➡️ Lauki (Bottle Gourd).

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➡️Bottle gourd or;lauki;has long been touted as one of the best and healthiest vegetables during this season. It is rich in dietary fiber, both soluble and insoluble, helping with maintaining a healthy digestive tract. Apart from this, it has iron content and is rich in vitamin B and C, further helping in anti-oxidative actions. It is also a low-calorie diet, which helps in keeping your tummy light..

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➡️Karela (Bitter Gourd) .

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➡️ Karela or bitter gourdmay not have a great taste, but it sure has innumerable benefits. It is a rich source of vitamin C, which helps boost immunity, further helping you to keep fit during this season. It also has strong antiviral properties for a health boost..

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➡️ Tubers.

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➡️ Tubers like potato or sweet potato make great vegetables during monsoons and are harmless. They are safe to eat and are less prone to giving birth to bacteria. So, you can eat them around this time without having to worry about their benefits..

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➡️ Tinda (Indian Squash)

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➡️ Tinda or Indian squash is not only a healthy vegetable, but is yummy too. You can try so many variations of it. Its numerous health benefits include anti-inflammatory agents which control and prevent bloating, acidity and heart burn and keep the digestion process smooth. It is high in fiber content and keeps bowel disorders at bay..

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➡️ Parwal (Pointed Gourd)

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➡️These striped green vegetables have many health benefits that can help you keep hale and hearty and get you through this season. Monsoons generally make us prone to cold, cough and headaches; this wonder vegetable helps you with keeping them at bay. It is rich in various antioxidants, Vitamin A and C, which help in boosting the immune system..

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➡️ Kantola (Teasel Gourd)

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➡️ Teasel gourd or Kantola are green coloured cactus like vegetables that have an array of health benefits. Rich in proteins, iron and fiber, it helps keep your stomach in good shape during the monsoons by strengthening the functioning of your digestive tract and keeping infections at bay.

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➡️ Garlic

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➡️ Packed with antioxidants, these cloves are rich with immunity boosting properties. Plus, they ease your digestive system while ensuring that your metabolic rate does not spiral down to a snail pace. While you can add crushed garlic pods to any food of your choice, one of the tastiest and healthiest ways of enjoying garlic is garlic rasam. A spicy concoction enriched with the pungent flavors of garlic and black pepper, it can be enjoyed along with rice or as a hot cup of soup.

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➡️ Beetroot

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➡️ Just stir fry grated beets with grated carrots and season it with a little cumin seeds and freshly ground black pepper! You can add 10 to 12 toasted almonds to it and your perfect meal is ready! Packed with the goodness of essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals, including potassium, fibre, and folic acid, beets are amazingly low in calories. It is an ideal veggie when it comes to detoxifying your body. You can have a glass of beetroot juice everyday during the monsoon to revive and revitalize your stamina and keep you healthy during the monsoon.

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Nice information 👍

Garima Singla this is exactly the list I follow ! I also use a lot of ginger.

Not my favorite but I do eat for health


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