For the past five months, the coronavirus has indeed plagued the world. All the countries in the world are taking various steps administratively. But it has not left its mark. No drug has not been marketed so the only way to stay is to take care of our health, which is in our hands. It is well known that the Indian ayurvedic system plays an important role in boosting immunity. Foods that contain immune as stated in the Indian ayurvedic system.
1. Eat more fruits and vegetables.
Fruits and vegetables are very healthy. Many of these are antioxidants and vitamin ingredients. They contain vitamins’ A’ and’ C’. which is necessary for the body’s immune system. Likewise, green vegetables have good nutrients and are good for the body’s immunity. Vegetables are naturally low in fat and calories including potassium, dietary fiber, folic acid.
We have been using ginger since ancient times. It is like a “sanjeevini”. It includes amazing healthy ingredients. It plays a key role in alleviating the cold, coughing pain, and other inflammatory problems that come with us. The use of ginger in the form of decoction in regular quantities is affordable.
Turmeric is an important place in the Indian ayurvedic system. The reason is the “curcumin” component. It can prevent any kind of infection. Ayurveda scholars have been using turmeric in the preparation of their medicine. The antioxidant content in turmeric helps ease any type of heart problem, cancer. Drinking a little pinch of turmeric twice a week will boost immunity. It prevents any infections such as cold, cough, and fever.
Garlic contains immunity power. It increases immunity by reducing the pain, blood pressure, throat scratching in most people. It added good flavor to the food. It contains a sulfur-containing compound called allicin that gives garlic its medicinal properties. It helps to lower our cholesterol. It fights against bacterias, viruses, and fungi.
spinach is rich in vitamin ‘c’ and is rich in many antioxidants ingredients. It’s beta-carotene content boots the immune system and helps to fight infections. Eat more and more spinach.
Homemade yogurt is also important for boosting immunity. For some people, it may cause sputum so it is necessary to use it at midday meals.
papaya is a fruit that is rich in vitamin ‘c’, provides an abundant amount of vitamin ‘c’. It’s helpful for the development of the gastrointestinal tract, helpful to fight all types of infections and illnesses. It has low sugar content and glucose level, balances blood sugar level, and cholesterol. It keeps our heart healthy.
Seafood is also good at boosting immunity. The zinc content is the highest of these. Oysters, Mussels, Scallops, Fishes are a great source of zinc which helps the body to fight against infections.
Nuts have immune-boosting power, they contain zinc, iron, vitamins. All nuts are good and have benefits. Almonds and peanuts are rich in iron, protein, and vitamin ‘E’ act as antioxidants. Likewise, walnuts are a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids. It improves heart health, including blood pressure, reduces inflammation. Raw nuts provide varieties of nutrients and antioxidants.
10. Basil Tea
Tea made from boiling the leaves of basil improves health. Fighting infection with viruses that cause flu and cold can reduce the infection as much as possible.
Climate change causes a variety of health problems. Our health is in our hands, no need to worry. As the proverbial saying “HEALTH IS WEALTH” we keep ourselves in the balance we miss the burden to ourselves. As the climate turns out, eating in the attic is not good. There is no doubt that we and our family will be healthier if we consumed good food in a timely manner.
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