Nature has blessed us with many different herbs capable of warming us up from the inside.

Fruits and vegetables: cherries, grapes, apricots, strawberries, egg- plant, cabbage, onion, garlic, leek, carrot
Dairy products: goat cheese, goat milk
Nuts: walnuts
Other: seaweed, sea salt, mineral water, cocoa, coconut milk Meat: chicken, lamb, goat meat, pheasant meat
Fish: salmon, mussels, lobster, eel, tuna fish, trout, sardines
Spices: chili, fennel, nutmeg, cloves, pepper, cinnamon, rosemary, ginger

Keep in mind: Not even warming foods can work miracles if you don’t exercise! Exercising in fresh air is the best way to harden yourself against the cold – go for a hike, or if there’s snow try skiing or snowshoeing.

Even a half-hour walk after lunch or dinner is great. You’ll support your digestion, detoxify your body, burn some energy, and get warm up.