What to eat in Sawan Month? Tips from Health experts

Things to eat in Sawan Month: How you can choose your food wisely?

Sawan is one of the most auspicious Hindu months. Deity Lord Shiva is worshipped during the month of Sawan. However, it also marks the beginning of the official monsoon season. In that case, it is important to choose your food wisely. Here, we bring to you an exclusive article on what to eat in Sawan month. Read tips from the health experts and choose your food wisely.

Sawan also known as Shavran is an auspicious month for Hindus, observes in mid-July and lasts in mid of August. These days rain lashes heavily in most parts of India.   But rains, bring along with it an array of illnesses that may hamper your health.

According to Bangalore-based nutritionist Anju Sood, “In monsoon, our immunity goes down and we are more vulnerable to diseases. The best way to stave them off is with some healthy food and stay hydrated all the time.”

What to eat in Sawan month – Here is a list!


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Ginger is known to reduce pain and fix the common cold and cough.

You can add this condiment to your monsoon diet for having maximum benefit.

Toss in ginger in your daily tea is not only fragrant tea soothing but also boosts immunity and refreshes your mood.

Fresh fruits

Is there anything you don’t love about fresh fruits?

Fruits are rich in antioxidants and contain digestion-aiding properties. Make this a habit to munch an apple every day. Well, the best way of eating fruit is to eat it as it is. Or you can blend it into a creamy smoothie. This will reduce cholesterol levels, risk of diabetes, and obscenity.


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Busting with essential vitamins, minerals, and folic acids, beets are an excellent addition to your diet this season.  For detoxing your system and boosting up your stamina, have a glass of beetroot juice every day. If you want to mix it up, season chopped beetroot with pepper and salt.


This earthy condiment is an old age cure for cough or fever. It boosts immunity power and doubles as an antibiotic and antiseptic. Have a cup of turmeric milk to beat any infections that pop up on these rainy days. Add honey to your milk to enhance the effect.

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Ditch cold salads for steamed ones. Cooked food is always a healthier option during this season and steamed salads are light on your tummy. There are also ingredients you can add to your salads like tomatoes, mushrooms, potatoes, corn and sprouts. Just make sure to steam the lot.


Not only is garlic a delicious additive in most food items, but also rich in antioxidants. It boosts your immunity and aids in the better functioning of the digestive system. Add a chunk of garlic to your cup of soup or use it to sauté a simple stir-fry or curry.

Go vegan

Poultry and seafood might cause stomach infections during the high-humidly climate. Try to switch to a vegetarian diet this Sawan. If you are a hardcore non-vegetarian, opt for chicken and seafood in light soup forms.


Thick with vitamins and minerals that help to keep away common diseases, pears are a delicious snack option. Guzzle a glass of pear juice or snack on it during your break. It is an awesome source of vitamin C, fiber, and vitamin B12.

Drink Water – Hydrate, Hydrate & Hydrate

We can’t stress this enough to have more and more H2O. Drink only boiled or purified water as water-borne diseases are common during this season.

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Instead of juice, indulge in a cup of herbal tea. Teas like honey, ginger and peppermint have antibacterial properties that protect your system.

Including these food items in your diet can keep the infections at bay. During the Pandemic era, it becomes extremely important to choose your food wisely.

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