5 Vegetables You Must Add To Your Winter Diet

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Other than warm winter jackets, we also need warm and comforting food that can heat us up internally. There are certain vegetables that are capable of warming us and at the same time, provide us with much-needed nutrition during the winter season. 

Here are the top 5 vegetables that experts suggest we should incorporate to our winter diet. 


This superfood has all the essentials vitamins such as Vitamin A, B,B2,B3,C,D,E & K. It is packed with the antioxidant beta-carotene which helps regulates the conversion of Vitamin A in the body. It also contributes to the betterment of our vision skin, hair, and nails, slows down aging process and prevents heart diseases. Aside from that, Vitamin A also assists the liver in flushing out toxins. This, in turn, cleanses the body and liver. 


Spinach is a green leafy vegetable that is an excellent source of Vitamin A and K. It contains a large amount of iron that is needed for the red blood cells in the body. It also prevents the body from acquiring seasonal infections. 

The benefit of eating spinach is that it boosts your immune system, gives you strong muscles and a healthier heart and can keep your energy up. Additionally, it also helps with weight loss. You can incorporate spinach as a green smoothie you can have daily. 

Sweet Potatoes

If you are looking for a healthier alternative to potatoes, worry not for you have sweet potatoes. The best thing is this vegetable is readily available during the winter season. It is rich in fiber, beta-carotene, Vitamin A, B6 & C. It helps prevent constipation, common colds and aids in the formation of blood cells. 

You can have them roasted or boiled or season them with pepper and olive oil drizzled on top for better absorption of nutrients. 

Mustard Greens (Saag)

These crispy green leaves contain a huge amount of phytonutrients called glucosinolates and are a must to have in your winter diet. They help protect the cells of our liver and other organs from radical damage and aids in detoxifications. Aside from that, they are also an excellent source of fiber. 


Another winter must-have and if you get used to the taste of it, can be extremely delicious. It has all the essentials vitamins such as vitamin A, B6 & C and is packed with iron, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. It is an excellent detoxifier, controls your blood sugar and also manages obesity and heart diseases. It helps increase white blood cells, as well.