5 Comfort Beverages To Enjoy During The Christmas Holidays: By Marc Zboch

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Finally, after what has probably been one of the toughest years in human history, Christmas is here. While we cannot afford to let our guard down until the Coronavirus vaccine is here, we can celebrate a little. Make sure that the celebrations are private in nature and you are following all the safety protocols as has been laid down by your government authorities. 

Christmas is a season of indulgence. Gifts, food, vacations are what defines the Christmas holidays. However, it is important to pay attention to your health and look after your fitness, especially at a time when our exercises and fitness have taken a backseat. 

Beverages play the perfect balancing role in cutting across the fattiness and the richness of some food items that are common to Christmas parties. 

According to Marc Zboch, all the beverages mentioned in the article are simple and easy to make. They require very less ingredients are come packed with minerals, nutrition, and anti-oxidant properties. 

List of 5 Comfort Beverages to Enjoy during the Christmas Holidays

  1. Turmeric and Honey Infused Warm Milk- 

What many of you might not be aware of is that turmeric is a spice, which has been used for centuries in India because of its medicinal properties. A warm glass of turmeric and honey milk will not only help you sleep well at night (after partying), but also build your immunity. 

Turmeric contains a lot of antioxidants and when mixed with milk can allow you to ward off infections, diseases, and illnesses. It rejuvenates and repairs the body and its cells internally. It also allows you to have glowing and soft skin in a matter of a few weeks. 

  1. Hot Chocolate- 

We are not going to talk about the medicinal properties or physical benefits of hot chocolate. Though chocolate has been found to be very good for the heart. What we are going to talk about is how comforting a cup of hot chocolate is during bitter winter months. 

Curling up in a blanket in front of the fire space with your partner and enjoying Netflix is incomplete until you have hot chocolate to give you company. I have not met anyone up until now in my life who does not enjoy hot chocolate. It is a perfect no-brainer beverage for winters. 

BONUS: Wine is always a great option, too! You can buy Soju online!

  1. Darjeeling Tea- 

If you are someone looking for the best tea recipes, fret not. We have got you covered. We bring you chef Marc Zboch’s very own recipe. This take on the humble Darjeeling tea is made special by adding three bitters right at the very end. 

The bitterness accorded by the bitters perfectly complements the aroma and flavors of the Darjeeling tea. Rich in anti-oxidants and other minerals, this will help you when it comes to digestion. It might also help you get over hangovers bought on by partying. 

  1. Saffron and Cinnamon Milk- 

While many of us are still unaware of the goodness of naturally occurring spices, the holiday season would be a perfect time to try them. This is because this season is also infamous for being the cold and flu season. Saffron and Cinnamon are immunity boosting ingredients. 

Many health and nutrition experts refer to cinnamon as a superfood. In fact, for centuries, grandmothers and mothers in India have used saffron and cinnamon milk to protect small children from falling sick during the winter months. Finally, it tastes really good and enjoyable. 

  1. Kahwa- 

Kahwa is again very similar to tea but is infused with a number of spices and other ingredients. You are likely to find cumin, cardamon, saffron, cinnamon, and bishops seed in the kahwa. This makes for a powerful knockout punch of healthy spices to help you detox your body 

Kahwa is again a centuries-old trick found in historical tales. It is an amazing way to improve the digestion of your body, cut down on fat, and stay active and fit. You can rest assured that kahwa helps build your immune system and helps you stay away from illnesses. 

The Final Word

It is important that you take into account your health during the Christmas season. It is easy to forget this with all the rich and fatty foods going around. However, if you are able to make these beverages a part of your daily routine, you will realize how healthy and fit they help you stay. 

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