Red Bell Peppers
Use bright bell peppers in Indian or continental cuisines to keep your nutrition in check. Packed with Vitamin B6 and folate, they support healthy night vision and are rich in antioxidants.
Grapes and oranges are the best options among fruits, while half a lemon squeezed in a glass of warm water in the morning can also prove to be beneficial. It is very important to take Vitamin-C in abundance.
Broccoli and Spinach
These protein powerhouses are rich in antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Broccoli provides Vitamins K and C, while spinach promotes eye health and helps treat hypertension.
Ginger and Garlic
While ginger is widely regarded as an anti-inflammatory ingredient, garlic is known to help lower blood pressure. To prevent morning sickness, a cup of ginger tea in the morning proves beneficial.
Make sweet/salty buttermilk (lassi) or fruit/muesli parfaits with the easily accessible yoghurt. Rich in protein and calcium, it also enhances healthy gut bacteria and promotes weight management.