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While there’s no cure for Corona yet, here are some natural fruits and vegetables you can eat to strengthen your immune system.

Exercise, diet and stress levels, each affects your body’s immune response. But nothing is more important than diet. When your body is fueled by the right nutrients and vitamins, it can fight infection much better.


This affordable, tasty food is a great immunity booster. Besides being rich in Vitamin C, Orange gets its color from Beta Carotene, which is an excellent source of Vitamin A. Oranges are known to reduce the risk of respiratory diseases, and is the perfect food to eat at this time.


Besides its wonderful color and delicious taste, Kiwi improves immunity by promoting the growth of healthy gut bacteria, also called microbiome. These bacteria control and improve our body’s response to diseases.


A potent source of Vitamin A, B, C and K, Papayas are excellent immunity boosters. It is even said that an average Papaya provides you almost double your daily requirement of vitamins!

Other Immunity Boosting Fruits:           

  • Pineapple
  • Sweet Lime
  • Tomato
  • Guava
  • Fresh Berries


This green, leafy vegetable is rich in folate, magnesium and iron. High in Vitamin C, Spinach helps your cells function optimally, and improves their response to infection-causing germs.


Broccoli contains a variety of immune system boosting nutrients, and B vitamins, which help your body produce infection-fighting cells. Also, a single cup of Broccoli contains as much Vitamin C as an orange!


Carrots a great source of fiber, vitamin K1, potassium and beta carotene, which have a number of health benefits. But above all, carrots are high in antioxidants, which lower oxidative stress on the body, which, in turn, has a positive impact on the immune system.

Other immunity boosting vegetables: 

  • Beets
  • Cabbage
  • Cauliflower
  • Eggplant/Bringjal
  • Capsicum/ Bell Peppers


Drink 2.5 to 3 liters of liquid per day, in the form of: plain of water, coconut water, green tea, homemade fresh juice, milk and butter milk.




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