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The Best Immunity Drinks to Boost Up Your Body

Maintaining a healthy immune system is a must for keeping your body prepared for fighting against any disease.

We cannot restrict diseases from occurring. But preparing ourselves to fight against the diseases and infections is in our hand. And, this is done by developing a strong immunity system of our body.

Most of the time, it works effectively, but sometimes it might fail as well. As a result, we become sick and attract diseases. Therefore, we must boost up our immunity system from time to time. Whenever your immunity system fails, it indicates that your body needs a dose of minerals and vitamins to boost the energy again.

Here are some of the immunity drinks that you can easily prepare and have regularly.

Carrot, Green Apple, and Orange Juice




A combination of orange, green apple, and carrot prepares your body to fight against any infections. Orange and apple are rich in Vitamin C, and carrots are rich in Vitamin A. These all together work best for maintaining a healthy immune system. Therefore, you can make juice of green apple, carrot, and orange and intake it at any hour of the day.

Tomato Juice

Loaded with Vitamin B-9, tomatoes are known as folate. Consuming tomatoes are great for healing any kind of infections because of the presence of lycopene. They also extract magnesium in a modest amount, hence acting as an anti-inflammatory. Moreover, tomato recipes are quite easy to prepare. You can intake it in the form of juice, soup, and even have it in your salad.

Mango and Strawberry

In order to enhance your immune system, Vitamin E and antioxidants play an essential role. Therefore, having mango and strawberry smoothie in your breakfast can work as wonders to your body. These nutritious fruits are rich in vitamin A, E, and C and contain extra antioxidant benefits. These fruits are especially recommended for older adults to boost up their immune system.

Watermelon Mint

If you are suffering from muscle soreness, then it indicates a symptom of flu. Therefore, you will need Arginine and Vitamin C to get rid of muscle soreness. As the water content in watermelon is maximum, you can easily make juice out of it. It also helps in keeping your body hydrated, along with bolstering your immune system. You can also mix the watermelon juice with any other fruit juice that has less content of Vitamin A to get the best results.

Conclusion

These were some of the effective immunity drinks that one can easily add in your eating habits. If you choose to stay fit and healthy, there are a lot of options like in-taking various health drinks and yogic exercise regularly. Other than drinks, you can also have some super food such as wheat germ and chia seeds. 

In addition, maintaining good hygiene, sleeping well, and staying hydrated are some of the best practices to boost up your immune system. Therefore, choose the best drink for you and strengthen your immunity.

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