To reduce, try low alcohol alternatives and alternate each alcoholic drink with a glass of water. The best immune-boosting supplementsVitamin D: promotes bone health and plays a role in regulating calcium.Glutamine: amino acids that can help fuel your gut, promote cell recovery and support immune system function.Vitamin C: replenishing vitamin C levels when you’re feeling depressed is a great way to support energy levels.Zinc:
An unrecognized hero, zinc is instrumental in activating T cells, which help support immune cell activity. Taking a zinc supplement can help to shorten the lifespan of cold and flu symptoms.Echinacea: best when taken as a tincture, the echinacea’s antiviral and antimicrobial properties can greatly support the function of the immune system. It has potent adaptogenic effects, which reduce stress and can indirectly strengthen the immune system.
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According to nutritionist Camila Buitoni, prevention begins with what we eat. A diet rich in fats, sugars, processed, ultra-processed and preservatives, is not the ideal way to strengthen your immune system and maintain health and well-being. balanced diet, rich in natural foods help to strengthen immunity. Thinking about it, Camila separated some tips: Routine and discipline “The first step is to understand that you need to organize and reprogram your menu, opting for fresh foods that are prepared and seasoned by you.
This goes for fruits and juices until the main meals. Avoid consuming ready-made meals. ”Water is not a supplement“ You need to stay hydrated. And, if now, your diet will be richer in fibers, so that they perform their functions, they need a lot of water. Low consumption coupled with an increase in the amount of fiber ingested can cause paralysis of these fibers in your intestine, causing a rebound effect in the body.
”Give preference to tubers“
In addition to cereals, consume foods from the land, such as manioc, sweet potatoes, yams, mandioquinha and yam, which are low in glycemic index and allow your metabolism to work a little more, so that they are absorbed, which improves the functioning of the intestine, increases satiety and helps the absorption and excretion of fats. “Fruits” The tip is to focus on those that contain the highest concentration of vitamin C.
- You can choose, for example, apples, acerolas, blackberries, kiwi, grapes, plums and cherries. Note that the ones listed are also mostly red fruits, which
- have much greater antioxidant power than the others. Fruits such as papaya, melon, orange, mandarin, persimmon and pineapple, which belong to the
- group of orange and yellow colors – from the phytochemicals present in them -, are very rich in beta-carotene, an antioxidant that strengthens the immune system.
”Protein“ What important is to avoid being fried and immersed in too much oil. Instead, choose preparations that are cooked, grilled or roasted. ”Fats of good“ The group of unsaturated fats, or as they are better known, ‘good fats’ are easily found in foods of plant origin such as olive oil, nuts , walnuts, almonds, flaxseed, chia and avocado. These foods also stimulate the production of serotonin, better known as the well-being hormone,
helping you to have less anxiety attacks. ”Immunity metabolismPhoto: iStock by Getty ImagesFollowing all of these recommendations will contribute to the wellness process, strengthen your metabolic and immune system, and even, breaking, will send away those unwanted fats. To close the nutritionist separated a recipe for tea that can be taken throughout the day, composed of ingredients that have high power against infections, thus helping to protect our organism.
Whatever flavor you have or want
2 slices of lemon1 small piece of ginger4 cloves (or a small piece of cinnamon stick) 1 tip of a spoonful of turmeric or saffron coffee strained in a bottle or jar, add the two slices of lemon – with the same peel – add the small piece of ginger, plus the four cloves or the piece of cinnamon stick and the tip of a spoonful of turmeric or saffron coffee. Mix lightly and you’re done.
- These ingredients will stay inside the tea, which can be taken throughout the day, iced or at room temperature. This is a great opportunity to work with a team
- of professionals who are committed to providing the highest level of service to our clients and are committed to
- providing the highest level of service to our clients. opportune for some diseases: people with low immunity end up catching colds and flu more easily, for example.
However, it is possible to give a little help to . Some teas and juices, if consumed correctly, strengthen the body so that it fights infections. Check eight easy recipes that can be made at home: 1. Echinacea TeaA great home remedy to strengthen or regulate the immune system is to drink echinacea and garlic tea.
The plant helps to stimulate the immune system, if it is weak, or to decrease it, if it is very active, as it happens in cases of autoimmune diseases. Garlic has a strong anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action, which protects against infections. Ingredients1 tablespoon of echinacea;BLOG