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Are you setting healthy goals for this year? We are here to support you achieving them!

In Chinese medicine, winter represents the water element: this means that we should eat foods that aid the health of the kidneys and the bladder. It’s a time to slow down and take stock, and for the body’s inner energy to receive the nourishment it needs. Remember to read articles on winter foods we put together for you at the end of this e-zine!

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What is good for winter months, you ask?

Following the rich harvests of autumn, when foods have ripened and been gathered, winter is a time to warm our bodies: we can use many of these autumn foods that store well (grains, pulses, seeds and dried foods, for instance) and supplement them with other foods that become plentiful in winter, such as root vegetables. 

Let’s focus on seven of the main foods and consider how they could appear on your winter table to help keep you strong and well …

1. Berry fruits and nuts
Just because it’s winter, it’s not a time to give up on fruits and nuts. While it’s best to cut down on raw foods in wintertime, you can get creative with berries and other winter fruits like apples and pears. Nuts are also great for an energy-boosting snack.

2. Winter greens 
While the green leafy salad vegetables of summer can be largely discarded during winter, some other green vegetables flourish during this time (if it’s not too frosty): make cabbage, broccoli and kale your staples in soups, stews and other slow-cooked dishes.

3.Root vegetables
There is a wide variety of winter roots to add to your table too: as well as the obvious potatoes, carrots and onions, think yams, turnips, parsnips and beets.

4. Squash
Just like in autumn, squash is a wonderful addition to your winter menu. Virtually all types of squash and pumpkin are plentiful at this time of year and are great additions to main meals, dips and desserts. They can warm the body and nourish it with vitamins and minerals.

 

5. Whole grains

Whole grains like rice and buckwheat are great for the kidneys and support general wellness in winter; they bring valuable warmth to the body. Try to include a good balance of whole grains.


 6. Pulses and legumes

A steady supply of fiber is important for winter digestion: lentils and other pulses are great for both fiber and vitamins, and help to recharge the kidneys. They have other health benefits too, such as protecting against cancer and diabetes, and supporting strong mental health.

 

7. Mushrooms
Dried mushrooms are great for winter, you can use them in soups and stews. Not only do they aid lung and kidney health, they also boost the immune system.

And finally – a word about cooking winter foods ...

As you enjoy time with loved ones over the end-of-year period, remember that winter is a time to slow down almost everything in your life.

This includes cooking times. In the summertime, raw foods are great for keeping you cool but your body needs the reverse in wintertime: avoid too many raw foods or it could restrict and impede your digestive system as your body tries to warm up. This can lead to fatigue, weakened immunity and digestive issues such as loose stools and weight gain.

Well-cooked foods are also more favorable for the stomach, spleen and the wider digestive system in winter, according to ancient Chinese wisdom.

Stews, soups, hot pots and other slow-cooked dishes are therefore the order of the day!



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After indulging in all the delicious high calorie dishes and sugary treats this holiday season, it’s time to detoxify your body from the inside out with this healthy, hot and savory Chicken Detox Soup!

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