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How to Boost Immune System Naturally by Food

The current situation of the world is very bad which is suffering from one natural disaster of COVID-19 and this time everyone should be very careful for yourself and others. a little bit of caution and adjustment in our daily activities can bring about a lot of difference.

As per WHO, the virus is more likely to affect people who do not have a good immune system and fall sick quite often. During this time, which affects mostly old age people and children so you need to take care of your health and others so that no one will fall sick.

Below are some foods which help to boost your immunity system

1 Turmeric 


Turmeric is already an alternate medicine for many diseases. Turmeric is the best immunity booster you can take this with a hot milk and in your vegetables


2. Green Tea - In modern lifestyle everyone is having green tea and why not because It's loaded with antioxidants and which have lots of health benefits. Drinking green tea help to increase immunity, reduce fat in your body, lowering the risk of heart disease, and increase strength.

3. Citrus Fruits 

Eat citrus fruits like orange, kiwi, lemon, guava, grapefruit all these fruits are rich with natural vitamin C.

4. Ginger - Ginger is a most favorite ingredient which is used in dishes in tea, in vegetables. It offers lots of health benefits like reduced risk of health benefits, natural ways to relieve from period pain, reduce risk of cancer, etc. Ginger contains an antioxidant that may reduce cell damage which effectively prevents illness.

5. Green Leafy Vegetable 


Green vegetables are always good for health rich in calcium and iron. Include spinach, broccoli, red bell pepper, etc.

6. Dark Chocolates - Everyone's favorite.
Dark chocolates also contain antioxidants which helps to boost the immunity system. Dark chocolate is high in calories so it’s may increase little fat so eat in limitations.

7. Oily Fish - It is rich in the source of omega-3 fatty acid which helps to increase immunity.

8. Garlic - Garlic is a good home remedy prevent from cold and illness. Use in your vegetables and food

9. Drink plain water at least 9 -10 glasses in a day that will keep your throat hydrated.

10. Homemade juice which helps to boost your immunity and prevent this virus.
     - Orange juice, apple juice
     - Tomato juice
     - Beet carrot ginger juice
     - watermelon, strawberry and kiwi mint juice,

This is a time we need to support our family, friends, elders, and others. So Keep safe yourself and not forget to use sanitize your hand, mask for mouth and keep social distancing. Enjoy eating these healthy fruits and keep your self strong


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