A balanced lifestyle has become a necessity .

The coronavirus pandemic has brought the concept of stockpiling nutritious foods.
Keeping fresh fruits and vegetables stocked can be difficult if you visit the grocery store less than once a week.
The main intention is on consuming fruits and vegetables and choosing the right protein and sources.

There are several healthy options available, both fresh and frozen, to help meet your nutrient needs and improve your immune power.

 How do you boost your immune system? 
On the whole, the immune system does the job of protecting you against disease-causing microorganisms.

We already know that foods nourishes the body and help maintain a strong imune system.
But which foods should be at the top of your list during the COVID-19 pandemic?

 Boost Your Diet : 

• The food you consume plays a crucial aspect in deciding your overall health and immunity.
• Eat low carb diets, as this will help regulate high blood sugar and Pressure.
• To keep you in good health, a low carb diet will help slow down diabetes and concentrate on a diet high in protein.
• Eating vegetables and fruits rich in Beta Carotene, Ascorbic Acid & other essential vitamins on a regular basis.
• Some foods, such as mushrooms, onions, bell pepper and green vegetables, such as broccoli and spinach, are also good options for building resistance against infections throughout the body.
• You can also take supplements high in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids at your daily dose if you plan to purchase groceries during social separation.
• Ginger, gooseberries (amla) and turmeric are part of several natural immunity supplements. Some of these superfoods, in Indian dishes and snacks, are popular ingredients.
• There are several herbs, such as garlic, basil leaves and black cumin, that help improve immunity.
• Certain seeds and nuts are excellent sources of protein and vitamin E, such as sunflower seeds, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds and melon seeds.
• Probiotics such as yoghurt as well as fermented food. They are also excellent sources for rejuvenating the composition of gut bacteria, which is crucial to the body’s absorption of nutrients.
• For the older generation, these are good choices as well.

 These are some of the add on’s for a quick build in immunity 

• Citrus fruits such as grapefruit, oranges, lemons, etc. strengthen the response of the immune system to infections.
• Nitric oxide that supports immune cells is provided by amino acids found in nuts and grains such as pumpkin seeds and sesame seeds.
• A found in Vitamin A found in liver, sweet potatoes and carrots and zinc found in meat and seafood, such as shrimp, helps to regulate cell division and enhance immunity.

• Vitamin E plays an important role as an antioxidant in nuts and vegetable oils and can interact with certain enzymes that support the immune system.

• Selenium in whole grains and seafood (such as oysters) and vitamin C in foods such as kiwi and bell pepper enhance the immune system.

During the battle of Covid intake of food, home workout and social distancing are the only things that can protect us from the lethal virus.

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