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Why you should have miracle drink Kanji in winters – Times of India

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When it comes to the winter season, it is often suggested to eat and drink immunity-boosting foods, as the chances of falling ill due to bacteria-borne illnesses are higher. One drink that you can always keep handy at home to stay fit is Kanji, popularly known as the miracle drink, which helps in the overall wellness of the body. It is a fermented drink, originating from the Indian subcontinent, and is made with water, black carrots, beetroot, mustard seeds, and black pepper. It is also served as a welcome drink during Holi along with bhang sherbet. Let us tell you how to make kanji at home and why you should have it during this season. (Image: istock)

Cut 2 beetroot and 4 black carrots into small cubes. Add them to a glass jar filled with water and salt. Also, add coarsely ground mustard seeds and black pepper. Cover the jar with a muslin cloth. Leave it under the sun for 5-6 days and also stir it once a day. After 5-6 days, strain the fermented juice into a separate glass container. Your homemade Kanji is ready. Refrigerate and serve.(Image: istock)

Kanji is rich in soluble fibre which absorbs water in the digestive tract and turns into a gel-like substance. As per experts, this helps you keep full for longer and also lowers blood cholesterol, and stabilizes blood sugar levels.(Image: istock)

According to celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar, Kanji is rich in carbohydrates, and drinking one glass of it in the morning will give you energy and help avoid dizziness and weakness throughout the day. (Image: istock)

During winters, we often eat a lot of greasy and fried food, which may cause constipation. Drinking a glass of Kanji daily keeps the digestive system at ease. As per experts, the rich amount of fibre present in carrot and beetroot helps control constipation and also smoothen bowel movements.(Image: istock)

Carrots are rich in Anthocyanin, which helps improve vision, blood circulation and also helps in fighting macular degeneration.(Image: istock)

Kanji is effective in fighting inflammation in the body and thus, prevents the risk of several diseases and illnesses. According to some studies, the use of kaali gajar for kanji may help in preventing urinary tract infections too.(Image: istock)

As per experts, the consumption of kanji is also helpful in controlling the risk of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s. A number of components in black carrots including its anti-inflammatory properties and anthocyanin can play an important role in treating these conditions.(Image: istock)

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