Have you tried these awesome immunity booster diets?
The Pandemic has made humans realize how timid we are when nature takes the charge. There might be many facts/claims/arguments that this virus is man-made. But the darkest reality is that this virus is spreading naturally like a wildfire. If the reports are to be believed, then almost every second person in the world will be infected by this virus in the coming months. There have been a lot of queries asking the same question time and again, “how to boost the immune system quickly”?We have compiled some recipes for you that can potentially improve your immunity relatively fast. This might also reduce your dependency on nutritional supplements to some extent as well. There are many readymade immunity booster foods in India that are easily available in the market. But it is always advisable to make it yourself for better efficacy.
Lemon Drizzle cake:- We all know by now that lemons are one of the best sources of Vitamin C which is crucial to building up immunity to fight all sorts of diseases. Lemons are considered as an enriched option amongst the immunity-boosting foods for adults.Covid19 has wreaked havoc for almost every living being on the planet, to say the least, and we still don’t even have a promising vaccine in sight yet. This Lemon Drizzle Cake made without grains, gluten or artificial sweeteners is bursting with lemon flavor. It’s also paleo-friendly and made with grass-fed Collagen Protein to support healthy skin, bones, and joints.
Nutritional FactsCalories: 215
Saturated Fat: 6.2g
Vitamin D: 5mcg
Grilled Cheese Mushroom sandwich
According to the latest report through an accumulated data from 191,779 American patients, people with a vitamin D level of at least 55 ng/mL (138 nmol/L) had a 47% lower SARS-CoV-2 positivity rate compared to those with A level below 20 ng/mL (50 nmol/L). This highlights the fact, how important it is to include Vitamin D in your immunity-boosting foods for covid, apart from sunlight which is the richest source of the same. Vitamin D is necessary for the absorption of calcium, which plays a key role in maintaining bone strength and skeletal integrity. Mushrooms are a rich source of vitamin D, although the levels of vitamin D2 in UV-exposed mushrooms may decrease with storage and cooking if they are consumed before the ‘best-before’ date. Vitamin D2 level is likely to remain above 10 μg/100 g of fresh weight. Cheese derived out of cow milk may be a fortifying source of vitamin D. It usually contains about 115–130 IU per cup (237 ml), or about 15–22% of the DV.
Nutritional FactsSandwich: 797 calories,
Fat: 62g fat (31g saturated fat),
Carbohydrate: 35g, (4g sugars, 3g fiber)