In today’s video, we will discuss some food items that boost your immunity, as well as a few that don’t. Can broccoli help your body? What about citrus fruits? Wait, do I really need to stay away from alcohol? We’re talking about all of these AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
1. Broccoli – 00:33
2. Lean Beef – 01:35
3. Eggs – 02:37
4. Fortified Orange Juice – 03:08
5. Chicken Soup – 03:47
6. Bell Peppers – 04:12
7. Yogurt – 04:54
8. Salmon – 05:32
9. Spinach – 06:02
1. Alcohol – 06:56
2. Caffeinated Beverages – 07:18
3. Processed Foods With Added Sugar – 07:45
Broccoli is supercharged with vitamins and minerals. Packed with vitamins C, A, and E, as well as fiber, and many other antioxidants, it’s one of the healthiest vegetables you can put on your plate.
2. Lean Beef
Surprised to find beef on this list? It’s often seen as great food for supporting immune health. Red meat is high in heme (heem) iron, which is easily absorbed by the body. Red meat also supplies vitamin B12, which helps make DNA, and keeps red blood cells healthy. There’s also zinc, which keeps the immune system working properly.
Proper protein intake is important to support the immune response. Eggs are a great way to do this, as they contain several essential nutrients like vitamin D, zinc, selenium, and vitamin E, which the body needs for the immune system to work. If possible, eat eggs from chickens that are fed a vegetarian diet.
4. Fortified Orange Juice
One cup naturally provides 100% of your daily value of vitamin C. This vitamin plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy immune system. You will also get 25% of your daily vitamin D.
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