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Easy to find in the market and put into food, broccoli can boost immunity. One study reported a chemical in broccoli helps stimulate the immune system in mice. Plus, the broccoli is full of nutrients that protect your body from damage. Broccoli have vitamin A, vitamin C, and glutathione. Add some low fat cheese with a side dish to complement the B vitamins to boost immunity and vitamin D.
An ancient medicine, extracts of dark fruit that appears to block viral flu in test tube studies. And several small studies in humans show it may help you recover more quickly from the flu. But scientists caution that further study is needed. The fruit itself is rich in antioxidants and may also have the ability to fight inflammation.
Do not underestimate the poor nutrition of this fungus: this fungus has a selenium minerals and antioxidants. Low levels of selenium have been associated with increased risk of flu more severe. And B vitamins riboflavin and niacin, are found in fungi, play a role in healthy immune system. Animal studies also have shown the fungus to have antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-tumor effects
as a “super food” along with products such as blueberries, acai berry dark color signal little high in antioxidants called anthocyanins. antioxidants can help your body fight aging and disease. Acai berry can be found most often in juice or smoothie form, or dried and mixed with granola.
Aphrodisiac? Immune boosters? Probably both, thanks to the mineral zinc found in oysters. Low zinc levels have been associated with male infertility. And zinc seems to have some antiviral effects, although the researchers could not explain why. However, they know it is important to some of the tasks of the immune system including wound healing.
Juicy and refreshing, ripe watermelon also has many powerful antioxidant, glutathione. Known to help strengthen the immune system so it can fight infection, glutathione is found in red meat near the skin soft tersebut.Listen
It is a source of glutathione strengthening immunity. Try adding a cabbage from each variety (white, red, Chinese) in foods and beverages to add antioxidants and increase the nutritional value of your food.
A number of almonds could sustain the immune system from the effects of stress. Suggested 1 / 4 cup carry nearly 50% of the total daily requirement of vitamin E, which helps boost the immune system. Almonds contain riboflavin and niacin, vitamin B that can help you bounce back from the effects of stress.
have the amount of vitamin C is good. It has not been proven that you can easily get enough vitamin C through diet alone, without supplementation, to help treat colds and flu. However, these oranges are packed with flavonoids – natural chemical compounds that have been found to increase the activation of the immune system. Do not like grapefruit? Try regular oranges or tangerines.
Seeds of wheat (Wheat germ)
Wheat seed is part of the wheat seed that became the embryo of the wheat crop, so full of nutrients. Having zinc, antioxidants, and vitamin B between vitamins and other essential minerals. Wheat Seed also offers a good mix of fiber, protein, and some good fats. Add wheat germ to replace regular flour in baked goods and other recipes.
A cup every day can reduce your chances of getting the flu. Some researchers believe that yogurt may stimulate the immune system to fight disease. Also look for vitamin D. Recent studies have found an association between low vitamin D levels and increased risk of cold and flu.