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Dietary tips to keep you healthy and beautiful in winter
Winter is everybody's favorite season because of holiday parties and festivities. People also tend to eat a lot and it often leads to weight gain. However, you can maintain your health throughout the winter by following some easy diet tips.

EGGS, MILK-based products, dry fruits, chicken and other meat can be taken in good amount in this season. Winter, however, also brings dryness, and to overcome this you need to take enough amount of needed fats. This will help to moisturize your dried skin, cracked heels, rough skin and dried hair.

Make sure you eat ghee, healthy oil, oil seeds and dried fruits. You should also make it a point to drink enough of water and keep your body hydrated, as it will help you to keep your energy levels high. Soups are great food in winters, but it is not good to have ready to eat processed soups. You should make fresh steaming soups from vegetables, fish, meat etc, as they provide a sense of heat and nutrients to us. It is also a good way out for calorie control.

However, make sure that you do not eat deep fried items, too much of artificial spices, preservatives and salt. Replace deep-frying by grilling of the same food. Eat healthy snacks containing groundnuts, oil seeds, paneer etc. Rather than going for unhealthy foods eat fruits.

Last but not the least, brisk walking three or more times a week will keep you fit, according to Indiainteracts. Joining some indoor gym will help you to continue your exercise, regardless of the weather outside. So make sure to keep these diet tips in your mind and have a healthy and beautiful winter.

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