Warming foods you should eat this winter

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Green tea: A steamy mug of green tea is already appealing in the winter, but the antioxidant flavonoids.

Eggs: With a high amount of protein, calcium, and iron, eggs have a strong tendency to produce heat through our digestive system.

Coconut oil: Coconut oil's medium-chain fatty acids are easy to absorb as a source of energy.

Spinach: Spinach is great in the winter as it is said to increase metabolism and help raise body heat.

Potatoes and carrots: Root vegetables require more energy to digest than veggies from above ground, and heat is created in the digestion process.

Bananas: This versatile fruit is rich in B vitamins and magnesium, which is said to help the thyroid and adrenal glands regulate the body's temperature.

Oats: It's not hard to cozy up with a hot breakfast of oatmeal in the winter.

What you eat matters: Livestrong reports that, according to the National Council of Strength and Fitness.

The science: When food is digested, brown fat is activated, which has a specialized protein.

Diet-induced thermogenesis: The process of heating the body through food is known as diet-induced thermogenesis.

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