In the rainy season, the aroma of samosas and pakoras draws you towards the shop, but in this season fried and spicy food outside can take a toll on your health.
If you want to remain healthy during the rainy season, then it is good to abstain from certain things.
Green Leafy Vegetables
Although it is very healthy, but avoid eating green leafy vegetables during the rainy season, because due to moisture, germs and dust, soil accumulate in it.
Especially do not eat spinach, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage etc.
in rainy season.
Use other vegetables after washing them thoroughly.
The smell of pakoras and samosas made on the roadside will surely make your mouth water, but it would be better if you do not eat pakoras, samosas, panipuri, chaat etc. is.
Also, do not eat juices and cut fruits sold on the roadside, as bacteria grow in them which will spoil your health.
Seafood lovers will also have to control their taste a bit this season, as the rainy season is the time for fish breeding.
Therefore, it should be avoided if you have to eat, then eat it after cleaning it well and cooking it well.
Avoiding Spicy And Fried Food
Digestive power also weakens due to change in weather in monsoon, so one should not eat very spicy and excessively fried things in this season, it can cause stomach upset.
Raw Vegetables And Salads
Although they are rich in nutrients, but avoid eating raw vegetables and salads in the rainy season, because there is a risk of infection, which can lead to many diseases.
In this season, eat only homemade healthy food.
Wash the vegetables thoroughly with water before preparing them.
If you want to drink soup etc., make it at home.
If you want to eat pakodas, then make pakodas of onion, moong, gram etc. at home.
Take special care that drinking water is clean.