Monsoon is here – Types of food which should be avoided during this season


Stay healthy as you enjoy the rains

With the monsoon comes craving – for food, for deep-fried sumptuous meals which will tinkle the taste buds. The monsoons are here and with it, the sensation of gorging on all sorts of different food hits us. However, it is during these months when we have to be careful about some foods.

Here in this list, we take a look at types of food which we should refrain from consuming during this season:

Deep-Fried food

Yes, we know the craving of gorging on the plates of pakoras and enjoying it with cups of tea. Well, it is advised that you stay away from it as much as possible. During this season, the digestive system is not in peak health owing to the humidity in the air and hence, deep-fried food might not be good.

Leafy Vegetables

Normally, these find a mention in a list of must-haves, but during this season, leafy vegetables become a breeding ground for many germs which then lead to food poisoning. Hence, the normally healthy, lettuce, spinach, cabbage, and cauliflower should be kept away from your plate in the monsoon season.

Mushrooms

Even when the weather is dry, mushrooms need to be cleaned well before consumption, but during the monsoons, the risk of acquiring bacterial infections increase exponentially. Since we want you to be safe, hale and hearty, we advise you to refrain from consuming mushroom.

Cut fruits which are exposed for a long time

Any food which has been exposed for a long time is contagious and this increases manifold during the monsoon. The air is always contaminated as people keep catching the flu and hence, cut fruits which are left out in the open for a long time should be avoided.

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