9 Winter Superfoods For Good Health

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Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are a rich source of fibre, vitamin A and potassium. Regular consumption can help ease constipation and improve your immunity.

Sesame Seeds

Sesame seeds or til are rich in essential fatty acids, vitamin E, and are good for bones, skin and hair. These can be had as chikki, ladoo, chutney and seasoning.


Dates are a powerhouse of nutrients and a must-have for people who exercise. Regular intake of dates helps you stay warm and energetic during winters.

Dry Fruits

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Regular intake of almonds and walnuts in winter ensures an active nervous system, improved sensitivity to insulin, and a healthy heart and body.


Peanuts are rich in proteins, vitamin B, amino acids and polyphenols. Have them as snack, chutney or include in other recipes like salads.


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The best way for a vegan to consume calcium is to have ragi. Ragi may help control diabetes, anemia, insomnia and depression.


This starchy vegetable is an excellent antioxidant. It is rich in vitamin K and its leaves contain a good amount of vitamin A. It is good for heart health and digestion. 


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Cook your meals in ghee or top your dal, rice, roti etc. with it. Ghee is an invaluable source of vitamins and minerals, and healthy fats.


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Also known as pearl millet, bajra is a versatile food rich in fibre and vitamin B. It promotes muscle gain and helps get dense hair.

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