Monsoon Diet: Stay fit in Monsoon, include turmeric in your diet in these ways...


The risk of infectious diseases is high during the monsoon season. In such a situation, it is very important to increase the immunity of the body. Consuming turmeric as an immunity booster is very beneficial. If you are wondering how to include turmeric in the diet, then this recipe will come in handy. So let's know with the help of which recipe you can include turmeric in the diet.


Turmeric decoction
Turmeric is used by all because of its anti-bacterial properties. If you want, you can make a decoction of turmeric and basil leaves and drink them. To make it, heat two cups of water. When the water starts boiling, add one teaspoon of turmeric powder and ten to fifteen basil leaves to it. Also, add honey or jaggery for sweetness. Just cook it for some time and filter it in a cup. Drinking this decoction of turmeric strengthens the immunity system.

Turmeric tea
If you like to drink tea, you can make turmeric tea. To make this immunity booster drink, you will need turmeric, ginger, black pepper, honey, and water. Put all these things in water and cook them well. Turmeric tea is ready.

Turmeric milk
Turmeric milk is called liquid gold. Drinking it has many health benefits. Cooking turmeric in hot milk and drinking it increases immunity, and keeps health in monsoon.


Mint and Turmeric Chutney
-Chutney works to enhance the taste of food. Turmeric can also be included in chutney. To make turmeric chutney, you will need mint leaves, two spoons of turmeric, and three spoons of coriander leaves. Green chili, cumin, and three to four garlic buds. Onion finely chopped, black salt, jam.*

-To make chutney, make a paste by rubbing turmeric and cumin on a stone. Add all the other spices to it as well. Like mint leaves, coriander leaves, garlic cloves, and black salt. Mix all the ingredients and grind them. Turmeric chutney is ready. Eat it with roti, or paratha for lunch or breakfast.