14 immunity products

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During the period of autumn cold weather, we prepare our bodies to withstand seasonal colds. You can do this with the right diet.

Unroasted almonds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and group B vitamins, this helps strengthen the immune system and cope with stress.

Garlic is a recognized remedy for the prevention of viral diseases. It also improves digestion, cleanses the liver, and helps fight stress. It is especially useful to add a tablespoon of honey with a slice of garlic to tea.

Green asparagus
Green asparagus is a real storehouse of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. It cleanses the body of toxins and toxins, improves digestion, stabilizes blood sugar, slows down aging, strengthens the immune system, improves vision, helps the kidneys. This is one of the recognized products that protect the body from cancer.

Broccoli is a powerful immunostimulating product. This vegetable contains zinc, selenium, vitamins A, C, and D, which help fight colds. Dietary fiber broccoli removes harmful bacteria and wastes from the body.

Sea fish
Sea fish is rich in valuable omega-3 fatty acids, protein, amino acids, as well as zinc, which is involved in the construction of immune cells, and vitamins A, B, and E. Choose fatter fish, such as trout, salmon, tuna.

Radish contains many useful substances and vitamins, activates the body’s defenses, improves digestion. From it, you can make tinctures or sauces for salad. And with a cold, it is recommended to eat a radish with honey.

Australian scientists have called apples the most wholesome fruit. And this is no coincidence – they improve digestion, cleanse the intestines, help remove toxins and toxins, accelerate metabolic processes, and also contribute to weight loss.

Since ancient times, the healing properties of ginger have been appreciated. It contains vitamins A, C, B, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, iron, potassium. Ginger root stimulates the immune system, speeds up the metabolism, so it is often used for weight loss. It is very useful to drink tea with ginger, lemon, and honey.

Lemon contains a lot of vitamin C. Enough slices of lemon per day to get your portion of vitamin C. The best option is to squeeze the juice from fresh fruit into tea.

Honey improves immunity, helps to cope with stress, and also has anti-inflammatory and wound-healing effects. Eat a tablespoon of honey every day, and best of all – add it to tea and coffee instead of sugar. To recharge your batteries, eat honey mixed with nuts.

Vitamin C is rich in blueberries, cranberries, cherries, raspberries, and blackberries.

Colored vegetables
Carrots, peppers, pumpkins, beets contain a large number of useful substances that stimulate the immune system. Also, these vegetables have a beneficial effect on the intestinal microflora, cleansing the body of toxins, which is important for maintaining health.

Orange not only improves immunity but also due to the high content of vitamins A, B, PP, and C, improves mood and helps to cope with depression. Orange also has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects, promotes wound healing, and has a beneficial effect on the digestive system.

Dog-rose fruit
Rose hips strengthen the immune system, increase the body’s resistance to infections and colds. They contain a large amount of vitamin C. It is best to make tea from rosehip and add honey. Such a drink will relieve fatigue and give you strength.


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