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Saturday, December 25, 2010

Boost your immunity with these helpful foods

Red, black and green teaImage by mat.teo via Flickr
By Angel Rose


The cold weather is here and the pollution is here. And as we all know, illnesses are also prevalents like fever, flu and colds. If you're a workaholic, there isn't any spare time in your busy schedule to get sick. So how can you cure or prevent getting these dreaded colds and flu without compromising any of your planned events?For one thing, you won't have any problems with your immune sytem in any place you will go. Even if you use items like volcano ecig coupon or going out to party, you are assured of having a well-protected body. Since prevention is better than cure you have to find ways on combating these bacteria by increasing your immune system.



Vitamin D. Studies showed that vitamin D helps immune cells identify and destroy bacteria and viruses that can make you sick. Although there is not enough evidence of this theory, it is still a helpful vitamin that can reduce infection and improve immunity. If you're not a pill-drinker you can also get a dose of this supplement from fatty fishes and fortified milk products.

Probiotics. Usually, these probiotics are found in certain juices, soy, and fermented and unfermented milk. These "good" bacteria can actually suppress the growth of "bad" bacteria and can activate the immune system to fight off diseases as such it is a good idea to consume probiotic-fortified products once in a while. In having these, you get to hit two birds with one stone. You get healthy food and you are getting a healthy body.

Soluble Fibers. Soluble fibers are abundant in citrus fruits, apples, carrots, bean and oats which are delicious and at the same time helps fight inflammation. Although insoluble fibers are also necessary for your health, it doesn't have the same impact on immunity as does the soluble fiber.

Green Tea Herb. This herbal tea contains a large amount of polyphenol which is a potent plant antioxidant. This ingredient is believed to give green tea its immune-boosting property that helps prevent you from getting sick. The downside of this product though is its taste. Its bitter taste doesn't appeal to a large number of people as such they are seldom being drunk. Just like you can trade in a volcano ecig coupon for an electronic cigarette, so can you trade your alcoholic beverages for a healthy green tea. Despite its unappealing taste to the masses, which beer apparently possesses, you can maximize the benefits of green tea and reduce its bitterness just by steeping the herbal product no more than a minute or two in just-below-boiling water. This way you'll get the nutrients you need without being disgusted by it.




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