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Winter vegetables are all about embracing the warmth of your pantry. From a hot pot to a pumpkin cake slice, the delicacies of healthy winter snacks are endless!

And the health-factor is why winter is so special. Everything you make can be healthy and hearty at the same time. 

So let us check some of the vegetables for this great winter:

 

Cabbages

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These green wonders are affordable and are power-packed with the best nutrition for your wellness. 

These are fibrous and provide anti-inflammatory properties that are vital for your winter immunity. Moreover, with its Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and antioxidants. 

And if you wish for smooth and silky hair with supple skin, this is your answer. 

 

Carrots

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These are the best snackable and even a part of some of the most favorite winter desserts.  

Carrots are what you need to slow down your aging and even boost your digestion. 

Additionally, the antioxidant beta-carotene helps your eyes and skin’s health. 

The best part, you can have it raw, cooked, baked, fried, in any way you find tasty. 

Beetroot

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Beetroot is all about acquired taste. So if you like rich winter veggies with earthen mouth-feel, this is the one for you.

The vegetable is rich in potassium, Vitamin B6, and manganese. which helps your blood flow and also improves your liver. 

 

Peas

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Peas are nifty edible critters that can help with your weight loss program. These are good for your bones and also beneficial for expecting mothers. 

The iron and vitamin K are what make these the perfect addition to women’s meals. 

You can add them to meat pies, add them to salads, or even make some fresh vegetables smoothies for your morning meals. 

 

Pumpkins

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Be it the fall or the winter, a pumpkin at home is almost mandatory.

They are rich in vitamin C, A, and K. Not only does it help you feel full for longer, but also aids in losing excess weight. 

The best part beat the winter blues with a pumpkin through its natural serotonin content.

Winter vegetables are always special and form part of various traditional recipes. So what shall be on your plate tonight?

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