Monsoon Diet Tips: The rainy season has started. As much as rain brings with it good weather, it also brings more diseases. This is the reason, doctors recommend avoiding outside food especially during this season. It also tells about what to eat and what not to eat in monsoon.
Do not make this mistake even by forgetting the rainy season
Do you know that even 3 to 4 hours old food should not be eaten during the monsoon season. This may sound strange to you. But believe me, this news is only for you. Because today you are going to know a very special thing. Which, it is very important for you to know. Former Medanta dietician Kamini Sinha has told in her big statement, during the rainy season, one should avoid eating food kept for more than 3 hours. Doing so can land you in trouble. Along with this, many diseases can also surround you. Let us tell you, there are some such things, which spoil quickly in this season and eating them can cause many diseases like stomach infection. Which can prove to be very fatal for you. Former dietician of Medanta Kamini Sinha said that during the rainy season, people should eat fresh and home-cooked food.
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keep these things in mind
While preparing food, utmost care should be taken for cleanliness and fruits and vegetables should be used only after washing them thoroughly. During the rainy season, many germs and viruses become active in very high quantities. Due to which eating stale food can make you very sick. Therefore, one should avoid eating food kept for 3 to 4 hours in this season. Your one mistake can land you in trouble.
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Kamini Sinha, former dietician of Medanta, further said that, you can clean the vegetables by adding salt to hot water and use them.
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