These immunity boosting teas can keep you strong this monsoon

First Published 15, Sep 2020, 1:04 PM

Your immunity takes a dip during the weather change and you should take all dietary precautions.
 

<p>The much-awaited monsoons are finally here, and the pitter-patter has intensified our cravings for everything chatpata and greasy.</p>

The much-awaited monsoons are finally here, and the pitter-patter has intensified our cravings for everything chatpata and greasy.

<p>If you fancy a plate of piping hotpyaz pakoras or some chatpati chaat like aloo chaat, golgappe or tikki, this is the perfect weather to gorge on these delicious delights.</p>

If you fancy a plate of piping hotpyaz pakoras or some chatpati chaat like aloo chaat, golgappe or tikki, this is the perfect weather to gorge on these delicious delights.

<p>But as much as this nippy weather comes as a welcome relief from the scorching heat, it also brings a bevy of seasonal diseases.</p>

But as much as this nippy weather comes as a welcome relief from the scorching heat, it also brings a bevy of seasonal diseases.

<p>Since monsoon is also most suitable for the breeding of bacteria, health experts often recommend including various immunity-boosting foods in your diet like curd. But other than immunity-boosting foods, there are a few immunity-boosting herbal teas that you can try during monsoon.<br />
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Since monsoon is also most suitable for the breeding of bacteria, health experts often recommend including various immunity-boosting foods in your diet like curd. But other than immunity-boosting foods, there are a few immunity-boosting herbal teas that you can try during monsoon.
 

<p>Detox Haldi Tea: Haldi is one of the most powerful Indian spices and can be consumed in all the seasons. This haldi tea is an ideal combination of antioxidants and other anti-inflammatory ingredients like ginger. As the name suggests, this tea helps detox your body and boosts your immunity. Addition of ginger (adrak) doubles the anti-inflammatory results, keeping tummy woes at bay.</p>

Detox Haldi Tea: Haldi is one of the most powerful Indian spices and can be consumed in all the seasons. This haldi tea is an ideal combination of antioxidants and other anti-inflammatory ingredients like ginger. As the name suggests, this tea helps detox your body and boosts your immunity. Addition of ginger (adrak) doubles the anti-inflammatory results, keeping tummy woes at bay.

<p>Masala Chai: Come monsoon, and masala chai becomes everyone's favourite. Sipping piping hot masala tea while watching the raindrops fall pitter-patter, is what we all imagine our monsoon days to be like, right? Other than its amazing flavour, masala tea is a perfect blend of Indian spices like cloves, cardamom, cinnamon and star anise – all of these are known to boost our overall health.</p>

Masala Chai: Come monsoon, and masala chai becomes everyone's favourite. Sipping piping hot masala tea while watching the raindrops fall pitter-patter, is what we all imagine our monsoon days to be like, right? Other than its amazing flavour, masala tea is a perfect blend of Indian spices like cloves, cardamom, cinnamon and star anise – all of these are known to boost our overall health.

<p>Honey Lemon Ginger Tea: Honey, lemon and ginger are all known to be brimming with a plethora of health-promoting properties. Honey is full of antioxidants and antibacterial properties that help boost our digestive system and immunity. Honey also helps soothe a sore throat. Lemon, on the other hand, is a good source of Vitamin C, which is known as an excellent immunity booster. Ginger helps slay germs and alleviate the symptoms of an upset stomach.</p>

Honey Lemon Ginger Tea: Honey, lemon and ginger are all known to be brimming with a plethora of health-promoting properties. Honey is full of antioxidants and antibacterial properties that help boost our digestive system and immunity. Honey also helps soothe a sore throat. Lemon, on the other hand, is a good source of Vitamin C, which is known as an excellent immunity booster. Ginger helps slay germs and alleviate the symptoms of an upset stomach.

<p>So, this monsoon, pair your delicious monsoon staples with these healthy, immunity-boosting teas.&nbsp;</p>

So, this monsoon, pair your delicious monsoon staples with these healthy, immunity-boosting teas. 

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