During the winter your body will start to lack vitamin D due to winter not getting enough daylight hours. Vitamin D is absorbed through the sun and is very essential to your bodys energy levels, and helps protect against diseases such as,cancer, diabetes, heart disease and, hypertension. You can find vitamin D in food also, I would recommend eating more tuna fish and eggs, or if you do not like those foods take a vitamin supplement. Other than that just make sure you eat healthy (fruits/vegitables), and if your have the time plan at least 30 minutes of daily exersise.
These veggies are good in the winter and avoid green salads! Though it can be very beneficial to have a romaine salad with chicken. If you love fish, one way to have a winter fish meal is to serve it with root vegetables, winter greens or potatoes instead of rice.
Carrots Beets Winter Squash Potatoes Sweet Potatoes Yams Kale Brussels sprouts Collard Greens Cabbage
Hope this helps!
I recommend finding out your Ayurvedic Dosha to determine what kinds of foods to eat in the colder months!
The most important thing, though, is to avoid eating too much sugar and refined flours during the holidays, as these tend to make us even more lethargic, which along with the cold can make daily exercise and healthy energy levels disappear in the snow!
I think you should eat more fruit and vegetables and dont eat more pies sweets bread. And you should go for a walk or find a job
More fruit and less bread and potatoes as they add weight and its harder to get out for a good workout
Yay! Thanks a lot! =D