Three Immunity Boosting foods

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As much as many of us love the cooler weather that fall brings, this seasonal shift means flu-season. On top of the world still battling the Covid-19 virus, preventing more sickness like the flu can seem all-too-much for us to take on right now. Diet is an important way to stay healthy, here are three immunity boosting foods.

The virus that causes COVID-19 is like the flu or common cold and, because of that, can’t be treated with antibiotics. Antibiotics treat bacterial infections, but not viruses. The key is in prevention, because once you get a viral infection, it has to run its course. Luckily, there are many ways you can reduce your chances of falling ill—and strengthen your body for quicker recovery—including eating the right foods.

But it doesn’t have to be! It is important to introduce immune-boosting and antiviral foods into our everyday life in order to combat seasonal sickness and promote our overall well-being.

What you eat can make or break your health and wellbeing, so choose foods to help support a healthy you. There are a whole host of foods that help boost the immune system naturally, and even ones that are known to have antiviral and antimicrobial properties. Adding some of these into your diet can make the difference between getting sick and staying well.

Top 3 immunity boosting foods to try out:

Food 1: Cinnamon
This wonder-food has so many health benefits, including help to regulate blood sugar levels, but let’s look at it’s antiviral and antimicrobial properties to help boost your immune system and keep you well! With fall here, there’s no more perfect food to eat to keep you well.

Food 2: Onions
Onions are known to have powerful immune-boosting antiviral properties, and can even help combat respiratory infections. And of course, they and good in hundreds of recipes!

Food 3: Ginger tea
This has strong anti-inflammatory properties which help boost the immune system. Ginger can even act as a mild pain reliever. Want an added boat? Try some ginger green tea to add in even more antioxidant and antiviral benefits!

Source: Jaya Jaya Myra mind-body wellness expert

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