Cauliflower contains minerals and vitamins A, C, E… and many other antioxidants that help protect the body’s cells from free radical damage. In addition, cauliflower also has beta-carotene, a nutrient that strengthens the respiratory system and can reduce the damage caused by polluted air to the lungs.
Eating garlic every day can reduce the chances of catching a cold or shorten the duration of an illness by 70%. This is because the natural antibiotic allicin in garlic helps destroy bad bacteria in the body and strengthens the immune system. In addition, eating garlic can also lower blood pressure and reduce arteriosclerosis.
Frequent colds and immune deficiencies are most likely the result of chronic inflammation. We can reduce inflammation and scavenge free radicals by consuming ginger, which has powerful antioxidant compounds like gingerol to reduce the chance of cell damage in the body.
Spinach is rich in antioxidants, such as vitamin C, beta-carotene…etc., which help strengthen immunity and block virus invasion. However, these nutrients can be easily lost if cooked for a long time at high temperatures. So it is recommended that when cooking spinach, put the vegetables in boiling water for about 1 minute and then pull them up.
Studies have shown that catechins help strengthen the immune system, and green tea contains high amounts of catechins and theanine. In addition, these two nutrients also help reduce body fat, which can damage the immune system.
Kiwi fruit is full of vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, and potassium, which promote white blood cell production and help fight off bacterial attacks. To strengthen gastrointestinal function, we recommend supplementing with green kiwi, which is rich in dietary fiber and vitamin A. It promotes intestinal peristalsis and improves constipation.
Protein is essential for cell renewal and repair, and is the material basis of the immune system. Protein plays a vital role in the proper functioning of the immune system. During an epidemic, make sure to consume high-protein foods – such as beans. Soy protein is a high-quality vegetable protein.
Polishing soybeans into soy milk makes it easier for the protein to break down into amino acids, releasing nutrients. Consistently consuming it every day can help people strengthen their immune system.
It is recommended to eat more fresh, in-season fruits. For example, apples, bananas, pears, oranges, dragon fruit, kiwi and so on.
These fruits are rich in vitamin C and minerals, which can scavenge free radicals, strengthen the immune system, defend against new coronavirus infection and reduce the probability of upper respiratory tract infection.
Drink 1,500-2,000 ml of water per day, several times in small amounts. Drink mainly plain water or light tea.