Monsoon is one of the most romantic seasons of all times! There goes a saying that if you and your partner get drenched together in the first shower during the monsoon, your love is likely to last for as long as forever…

But hey! Did you know that doing so would help in the manifestation of germ in your body and you are likely to catch flu! Even if one does not get drenched in the rain, during monsoon people are more likely to fall sick, catch flu and what not!


However, if you manage to eat healthily then that will help you stay fit and healthy without monsoon taking a toll on your body and skin. So let us take a minute to look at the list of all the healthy food habits that can help us keep the germs and flu at bay.

Boiling Water


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The benefits of drinking water are relentless. However, it is important to know the exact temperature of the water that needs to be drunk during different seasons. During monsoon it is important to drink water in order to stay well hydrated.

Boiling the water will kill any germ that could have possibly manifested due to the heavy rainfall outside. Moreover, drinking lukewarm water will flush out all the toxins from the body and keep the digestive system and the body happy.

Seasonal Fruits


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Fruits are another must have food habit in our everyday diet. Some fruits are available and are good for each and every season whereas some fruits are seasonal. Seasonal fruits must be included in our everyday diet to help maintain our health and to keep the immune system strong.

Some of the seasonal fruits that are available in the market only during monsoon and are very helpful are pomegranates, bananas, peaches, pears, and avocados. These fruits are not only delicious but also extremely healthy.

Avoid Raw Veggies and Raw Sprouts

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It is better to avoid any raw veggies and raw sprouts as they carry germs and harmful bacteria in them during the rainy season. Even before cooking the green veggies or the healthy sprouts, make sure to wash them thoroughly to wash off as many germs as possible.

Avoid Junks


During the monsoon, make sure to stay away from any kind of junk food, no matter how tempting they get. Ladies, I know this is going to be hard for you but stay away from pani puri as well, as they are another problem causing, tempting junk food.

Drink Green Tea


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Green tea is an anti-bacterial herbal tea and thus boosts our immunity system. Thus, drinking green tea during monsoon or during any other season, as a matter of fact, is highly recommended. Green tea is also great antioxidants.

About Te-a-me Green Tea:

I know most of us to hate the way green tea tastes but I have found a perfect brand that makes the green tea that is not only healthy but tasty! The name of the brand is Te-a-me. This brand is a highly underrated brand that makes the experience of drinking tea more enjoyable with their amazing flavored teas.The cardamom flavored Wellness Infusion Tea from this brand is a must try green tea. Te-a-me makes all sorts of flavored teas starting from healthy ones like cardamom turmeric, ginger tulsi honey, tulsi green tea, Kashmiri kahwa to all-time favorites like ice lemon tea, ice mint tea, green tea, lemon teas Assam tea, and the list goes on.

So if you feel inspired to start drinking green tea then you must start with te-a-me brands of green tea as they will help your body stay fit while treating your taste buds. Make sure to try the other flavored teas by them as well.

About this post

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This blog post is a part of Monsoon blog carnival sponsored by TE-A-ME Teas. I would love to thank to Jhilmil and Sayeri for giving me an opportunity in this blog train.

Author: The Fashion and City

Hi!! I am Swarupa. A fun loving girl, Leo, trend follower, mad for fashion, desert lover and most important a crazy animal lover.