Foods that heat in the cold winter

Hello friends
Today I will share information on how to prepare for the cold winter, food and ideas for you x

How body stays warm in cold?
When you enter a cold environment, your body redistributes blood to the torso, protecting and maintaining the warmth of the vital organs there. At the same time, your body constricts blood flow to the skin. Narrowing the roads to the skin means less heat can make the journey, and so less is lost to the environmen.
Constantly feeling cold is not only uncomfortable, but it could be a sign of an underlying health problem like hypothyroidism, a vitamin deficiency, or simply not getting enough sleep.
Go for a walk or a jog. If it’s too cold outside, hit the gym, or just do some jumping jacks, pushups, or other exercises indoors. Not only will it warm you up, it helps build and keep your muscles, which also burn calories and make body heat.
Normal kitchen foods like onion, garlic, black pepper, ginger, and other spicy foods that produce heat in the body. Root vegetables are innately hot, and are therefore generally recommended during winters. Spinach, beans, potatoes, broccoli, etc. also produce heat in the body.

Thermogenesis and Body Heat, foods that take longer to digest can help raise your body temperature and make you feel warmer:
-Eat Bananas
-Drink Ginger Tea
-Eat Oats
-Drink Coffee
-Eat Red Meat
-Eat Sweet Potatoes
-Eat Butternut Squash
-Soup & Broth
-Greek Yogurt
-Berries, Citrus, Avocados, and Bananas
-Water, Coconut Water, and Hot Teas

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