The rains, pleasant and cozy weather, with those warm, comfort foods- that's what monsoon is really all about, isn't it? But let's not forget about the immunity-boosting hot beverages and food, especially the ones that help you take a walk down memory lane. It's the perfect weather to enjoy your favourite things but it becomes imperative to take extra care of your health as the season comes with its own boons and setbacks.
Monsoon Blues come with a vibrant fruit blast in the market. It's that time of the year to savour juicy, colourful, and flavourful seasonal favourites that you just can't say no to. These are the fruits we cherish and love for their countless health benefits suitable for the season, and the amazing taste ofcourse. They are nature's own powerhouse of nutrients and vitamins! So, we recommend these fruits- perfect for your monsoon diet, and even better if they are locally sourced, sugar-free, preservative-free, and all-natural in natural- however you wish to consume them.
One of God's most beautiful creations, isn't it? Tiny pockets of deliciousness packed with antioxidants and vitamins that we can't even fathom- that's the length of our fascination. Most of you probably know that pomegranates belong to the berry family.
-The antioxidants in pomegranate juice can help remove free radicals, protect cells from damage, and reduce inflammation
- Rich in Vitamin C content
- Pomegranate juice can reduce inflammation in the gut and improve digestion
- Drinking pomegranate juice daily may also help lower systolic blood pressure
It's always best to enjoy these flavours when in season. Try our 100% Pure Pomegranate juice to get all of these benefits in a bottle, without the hassle of peeling the fruit- we know it's not really anybody's favourite so we made it easier for you.
THE ultimate monsoon fruit has to be litchi! So juicy, it oozes the rainy season vibe perfectly for all fruit lovers, not to mention the high water content it comes with. Did you know that Litchi is also known as Chinese Strawberry? China is believed to be the place of origin of the fruit and it does have an uncanny resemblance to strawberries! Litchi juice is definitely a life saviour during monsoons...
- A burst of ingredients that are rich in antioxidants, alkaline features, and vitamin C
- Great hydrating, anti-ageing, and revitalizing properties
Our litchi, aloe vera juice saves you from the trouble of peeling litchis which is painful at times, we've got to agree! Give it a try today and make the best of season's favourite.
Ah, a box full of red glory! Who can really say no to this one- juicy, sweet, and gorgeous to even look at. The more you have it, the more you'd like to keep having...
Fun fact; each cherry tree has around 7000 cherries, and there are over 1000 varieties of this fruit that are grown, but only a few are commercial in nature.
- Rich in antioxidants that are helpful in getting rid of infections and reducing inflammation.
- Low carb and low calorie foods may prevent the development of cancer.
- Helps balance high blood pressure and uric acid level.
Jamun is a seasonal favourite that comes with its own nostalgia factor. Remember the purple tongue it gave us? Yeah, that's still a thing and we absolutely enjoy it. The taste is not particularly sweet but it's something you'd definitely not forget, especially when served with kala namak.
- Helps in bringing blood sugar down which makes this a Great Anti Diabetic Drink
- Pink salt hydrates the entire body with trace minerals
Our Jamun Smoothie brings back the exact flavours of nostalgia, packed in a bottle with 100% fruit and nothing else.
Some of the other seasonal favourites include plums, peaches, and muskmelons which are readily available and it's the perfect time to include them in your monsoon diet. If you're tired of having the whole fruit, try their fruit juice or smoothie version, but make sure they are all-natural, clean and safe so as to gain the best of their health benefits. What are you waiting for? Monsoon is here so we recommend you to dig right in, stock up, and cherish them while making the most of their benefits.