Immunity Boosting Foods and Practices

The immune system acts as a personal army to protect against germs, viruses, and chronic illness. It is important to keep it functioning at its peak performance by adopting healthy lifestyle habits and practices.

These lifestyle habits will boost immunity:

  1. Trying to eat right. For instance, some nutrients have been found to improve the immune system.
    Make your kitchen a healthy one
    • Vitamin C-rich foods, like citrus fruit and broccoli
    • Vitamin E-rich foods, like nuts and whole grains
    • Garlic
    • Zinc-rich foods, like beans, turkey, crab, oysters, and beef
    • Bioflavonoids, which are found in fruits and vegetables
    • Selenium-rich foods, like chicken, whole grains, tuna, eggs, sunflower seeds, and brown rice
    • Carotenoid-rich foods, like carrots and yams
    • Omega-3 fatty acids, found in nuts, salmon, tuna, mackerel, flaxseed oil and hempseed oil
  2. Maintaining a healthy weight and exercise regularly.

    Add exercise to your day
  3. Getting adequate sleep.
    The average adult needs between 7 and 8 hours a night.
  4. Drinking plenty of water clears toxins and ensures that cells get the oxygen they need to function properly.
  5. Getting regular medical screening tests for people in that age group and risk category.
  6. Practicing good hygiene.
  7. Keeping stress to a minimum and Try stress reduction techniques.
  8. Avoiding both first-hand smoke and second-hand smoking as they can be dangerous to the health.
  9. Avoiding crowded places and areas with high pollution.



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