The coming of fall season brings vitamin deficiency. And that’s not only because we get less fresh vegetables and fruit into our diet. As our body adapts to fall season, all nutrients are increasingly consumed. Here are some crucial tips to follow when keeping and cooking the food to make your diet as healthy as possible.
Fruits and Vegetables
Obviously, you have to wash vegetables and fruits well, but make sure you don’t soak them as it’s important to retain vitamins C and B.
Do not make more salad than you can eat up.
Don’t in Cooking
Do not cook using copper utensils, because they destroy such essential vitamins as C, E and folic acid.
Avoid keeping milk in glass containers as it results in losing riboflavin (vitamin B2) as well as vitamins A and D. Use enamelled containers.
Cover bread, otherwise it will lose its essential nutrients.
Cooking Cabbage and Beet
Make sure not to overcook cabbage and beet when boiling.
Instead of boiling oatmeal, soak it in boiling water and cover to save all its health benefits.