What to eat and what not to eat in monsoon? Nutritionist told in what quantity what to eat is right?

Eating Tips in Monsoon: Choosing the right food during the rainy season becomes a difficult task. The more people there are, the more advice is received. Some people are advised not to eat vegetables during the rainy season. Sometimes it is advised not to eat roots and tubers in the rain. Amidst so many advices, there is confusion as to which food to choose is right and which food may be wrong. Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar has now reduced this confusion to a great extent. Through one of his Instagram posts. In which Rujuta Diwekar has told that which things must be consumed in monsoon and when and when it should be done. This video has been named Monsoon Food Guide by Rujut Diwekar.

What to eat 2 to 3 times a week?

According to Rujuta Diwekar’s post, boiled peanuts must be eaten two to three times a week during monsoon. Apart from this, soaked sprouted lentils must be eaten. But it should be boiled like pulses or boiled like a vegetable. Maize available in monsoon means Bhutta. Milk, cucumber, pumpkin, vine vegetables should be eaten. You can choose suran and arbi in root vegetables.

What to eat once a week?

Millets must be eaten at least once a week. According to Rujuta Diwekar, millets like Rajgira or Kuttu can be eaten. Desi seasonal vegetables must be a part of the food plate. What to eat once a month? According to this insta post, any local steamed dish should be eaten. Special preparation of the season should also be eaten like Bhajiya. Apart from this, wild mushroom, lingdi, freshly made dish of bamboo or two to three months old pickle must be eaten.

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