Never Feel Sick Again By Eating These 15 Immunity Boosting Foods

Of course citrus fruits are on the top of our list. But why did we recommend red bell peppers? Is broccoli really good for your immunity? What about the health benefits of ginger and garlic? Is green tea as good as people make it out to be? We’ll be discussing all of these AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
Citrus Fruits – 00:32
Red Bell Peppers – 02:00
Broccoli – 02:35
Garlic – 03:26
Ginger – 03:54
Spinach – 04:16
Yogurt – 04:37
Almonds – 05:12
Sunflower Seeds – 05:39
Turmeric – 06:05
Green Tea – 06:37
Papaya – 07:08
Kiwi – 07:33
Poultry – 07:57
Shellfish – 08:33


1, Citrus Fruits
Vitamin C works as an immunity booster. It increases the number of white blood cells produced in your body. The best way to get your vitamin C is through citrus fruits. Some of the more common citrus fruits include oranges, lemons and grapefruit.

2. Red Bell Peppers
While citrus fruits do have a good amount of vitamin C, there’s no comparison when it comes to red bell peppers. For instance, when you compare red bell pepper to a Florida orange ounce for ounce, bell pepper has three times the vitamin C than the orange.

3. Broccoli
Not everyone likes the taste of broccoli. But that shouldn’t discourage you from making it a regular part of your diet. Broccoli is a rich source of vitamins A, C and E. It also comes packed with fiber and powerful antioxidants.

4. Garlic
Garlic is an ingredient used in almost all diets around the world. It’s popular because of the flavor it adds to the food. But more importantly, garlic comes with a number of health benefits.

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