Tips To Manage Your Weight In This Tasty Winter

Tips To Manage Your Weight In This Tasty Winter

Cold weather inhibits physical activity;second, our metabolism slows; and third, we eat more than usual to stay warm. 

All of these factors make it difficult to stay in shape or even lose weight during this season. The real fun of this season lies in its food. Here are some tips for you to manage these tasty food calories.

Creamy Soup

Winter isn't complete without a steaming bowl of soup. It aids in the prevention of early hunger, keeps you warm, and gives nutrients to help you battle the cold. If you choose a cream-based soup, however, you will be more likely to gain weight. We're not suggesting you avoid soup entirely; rather, make informed decisions. Clear soups such as tomato, vegetable, and bone broth soup should be substituted for creamy soups. The cream raises the soup's calorie count, causing you to gain weight.


High-calorie foods include gajar ka halwa, chikki, til laddo, gulab jamun, and the wonderful Christmas cake. As a result, you must exercise caution when eating these winter delights. We are not suggesting that you stop from eating them; rather, we recommend that you be cautious of the quantity and frequency with which you consume them. It's easy to be seduced and eat dessert twice a day, only to regret it afterwards. Dessert should only be had once and in small quantities. Have a handmade dessert as well, and try to create it using nutritious components.


Winter's unique delight is hot stuffed parathas laden with butter and served with pickle or chutney. It's simple to prepare, and with so many different vegetables available during the season, it's the most popular lunch or supper option. Potatoes, cauliflower, radish, and carrots are all delicious fillings for parathas. However, if you want it to be healthy and help you lose weight, you must limit the amount of ghee or butter you use. In the winter, fat keeps you warm, but too much of it might make you gain weight. When making sarson ka saag, keep this in mind as well.

Coffee and Tea

Isn't winter incomplete without a cup of coffee or a cup of tea? In the cold and severe weather, sipping a nice cup of beverage keeps us warm and energetic. Another reality is that if your beverage of choice is high in sugar and whole milk, it can contribute to weight gain. We recommend limiting your beverage intake to 2-3 cups per day and substituting herbal tea or black tea for your typical cup of coffee or tea. Lemongrass tea, hibiscus tea, green tea, and oolong tea are examples of herbal teas that are high in antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory qualities. They're low in calories and help you burn calories faster.