Foods STRENGTHEN YOUR IMMUNE

Black tea:

Black tea is common and essential in times of cold because it soothing the throat and may have many other benefits. Black tea contains an amino acid called thiamine, which may help support the immune system.

I found a small study in the Brigham Hospital in Boston tea that helps to increase the anti-virus and which helps to fight infection in people who drank five cups of black tea a day.

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Is there another benefit? Hydration is very important that if you feel the drought tea, juice and water are good choices.

Cashew:

Cashew is not only a delicious snack, but it is also a good source of zinc, when the level of zinc low, the immune is too low. Your body needs zinc to activate T-lymphocytes that help the immune system to respond to infection and act as a first line of defense to attack infected cells. Other good sources of zinc include: beef, chicken, grains, beans and lobster.

Strawberries:

Although the fresh strawberries are usually spring or summer, but you can listen frozen strawberries in a cold climate during the cold and flu season.

We think often that orange only a good source of vitamin C, but also strawberries are a good source of him, it plays an important role in strengthening the immune system and helps the body fight infection. Cantaloupe and grapefruit, kiwi, tomatoes, green and red peppers also contain vitamin C.

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Iron:

Iron is similar to zinc can cause a shortage to a lack of immune function, which increases the risk of infection and disease in the same context, the propagation of iron could hamper the immune system, so how much you need iron?

Daily requirement is recommended for men adult 8 mg and women 18 mg for women over the age of 50 years should be reduced to 8 mg quantity. Other sources of iron: red meat and turkey and tofu, grains and lentils.

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