New Delhi, Lifestyle Desk. Consuming buttermilk in summer is very beneficial for health, but in winter people abstain from drinking buttermilk. Buttermilk has a cooling effect, so its consumption can lead to complaints of cold and cough. But due to the cold effect, it is a very wrong decision to avoid drinking it in winter.

You know that buttermilk is extremely useful for good health. Healthy bacteria, carbohydrates and lactose present in buttermilk strengthen immunity, by consuming it, weight also remains under control. Now the question arises that how to consume buttermilk in winter so that winter diseases can be avoided. Let us know how to use buttermilk in the cold season and what are the benefits of it.

How to consume buttermilk in winter:

  • Of course, buttermilk has a cooling effect but it is very useful for overall health. If you want to drink buttermilk in winter, then try to consume buttermilk by sitting in the sun. You will not get cold and cold by drinking buttermilk sitting in the sun.
  • People who are affected by early cold, they should also consume jaggery along with buttermilk. By consuming buttermilk and jaggery, digestion will remain strong, as well as the balance of cold and heat will be maintained in the body.
  • If sugar patients are consuming buttermilk in winter, then they should not consume jaggery with buttermilk, otherwise there may be a risk of increasing sugar. Sugar patients should consume buttermilk only after adding tempering of cumin, carom seeds, black salt or asafoetida. In this way the blood sugar level will be controlled and the digestion system will also be good.

Benefits of drinking buttermilk in winter

Buttermilk strengthens digestion:

Healthy bacteria are found in buttermilk which keeps the digestive system healthy. It is very helpful in removing problems like digestion, constipation, indigestion.

Treats gas:

Due to the properties present in buttermilk, the digestion of nutrients in the stomach is quick, as well as the problem of gas is also treated.

Strengthens Bones:

Vitamin D is present in buttermilk which facilitates the absorption of calcium. Consuming buttermilk strengthens the bones.

Useful of buttermilk for women:

Consuming buttermilk after menopause in women is very beneficial. Consuming it on an empty stomach daily reduces the risk of osteoporosis.

Helps in reducing weight:

Buttermilk contains very less bacteria which is very effective in reducing weight. It acts as a fat burner in the body.

Disclaimer: Story tips and suggestions are for general information. Do not take these as advice from a doctor or medical professional. In case of symptoms of illness or infection, consult a doctor.

Edited By: Shahina Noor