Feeding your body certain foods may help keep your immune system strong.


22/ 11/2022

Citrus fruit

Vitamin C content is high in all citrus fruits. With so many options, it's simple to squeeze a little of this vitamin into any meal.

Red bell pepper

In addition to strengthening your immune system, vitamin C may support healthy skin maintenance.


Boosted with vitamins and minerals, broccoli. Packed with vitamins A, C, and E, as well as fibre and many other antioxidants,.


The high concentration of sulfur-containing chemicals in garlic, like allicin, appears to be the source of its immune-stimulating effects.


Ginger may lessen inflammation, which might lessen inflammatory disorders and sore throats.


Spinach is cooked as little as possible to preserve its nutrients, it is at its healthiest.


Vitamin D, which supports immune system regulation and is thought to strengthen our bodies'  can also be found in large quantities in yogurt.


Vitamin E typically loses ground to vitamin C in the fight against colds. However, a strong immune system depends on this antioxidant.

Sunflower seed

Among the many nutrients found in sunflower seeds are phosphorus, magnesium, and vitamins B-6 and E.

Green tea

L-theanine, an amino acid, is also present in green tea in good amounts. L-theanine may facilitate your T cells' production of antimicrobial substances.