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Add sarson ka saag in your winter diet

Sarson ka saag is a winter favourite in north India.
krishna murthy
However, taste is not the only reason it is recommended. Sarson ka saag has loads of health benefits too.
The leaves are also a good source of iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, potassium and manganese.
Sarson ka saag is rich in vitamin A, which is good for vision, growth, cell development and for immunity.
This saag helps in reducing bad cholesterol levels in our bodies.
It also helps in digestion as the green leaves are loaded with fibers.
One cup of saag without oil has 96% of daily intake of Vit A, 690% of Vitamin K, .7 gm fat and 6 gm carb.
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