Since coronavirus (COVID-19) has infected populations across the globe, multiple people have been worried and asking if there are any steps, they might take to stay safe. Nearly daily safety steps such as washing your hands, avoiding contact with infected people and good health will go a long way towards improving the chances of viruses, bacteria as well as other pathogens. However, there is also evidence that diet and other aspects of lifestyle influence the immune function and vulnerability to infectious diseases. It is not yet clear if these steps affect vulnerability to COVID-19 or they are affective in the medical way or not. But as far as what we already know about food that boosts immunity and keep your body healthy. Here it is…………..


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Turmeric, and its most active component curcumin, has many scientifically verified nutritional benefits, including the efforts to avoid heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and cancer. This is an effective anti-inflammatory and antioxidant and could also help to alleviate depression and arthritis conditions.



Having been ill, ginger is another product many resorts to. Ginger might help in reducing inflammation, reducing sore throat and inflammatory diseases. Ginger can also assist with the nausea. Ginger packs some very healthy ingredients in the form of gingerol, a descendant of capsaicin, though it’s used in many dishes all over the world.


Due to its high content of folate, vitamin A, vitamin C, starch, magnesium and iron, Spinach gets all the attention as a superfood. Spinach nutrients improve immune function to provide the body with the energy required for cell formation and DNA repair.  You can achieve full spinach benefits by consuming it raw or lightly cooked to conserve the nutrients.

Wheat flour

In addition to the above nutrients, refined wheat flour can also be a healthy source of magnesium, thiamine, niacin, calcium and vitamin B6. Whole wheat grain can be a valuable source of many essential vitamins and minerals including selenium, manganese, phosphorus, copper as well as folate.

Citrus fruits

Citrus fruits produce carbohydrates, vitamin B6, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, protein, vitamin C, potassium, folate, calcium, thiamine, niacin and various phytochemicals. Fruits that contains these enriched properties are grapefruits, oranges and lemons.


Those who eat yogurt frequently help their bodies develop vitamin B in their diets. The yogurt lactic acid has bacteria which have significant roles in cancer prevention, allergies, stomach disorders and asthma. Daily and fresh yoghurt intake improves yogurt’s beneficial impact.

It’s a great start to eating well but there are many other things you can do to protect you and your family from flu, cold and perhaps other diseases. So start your healthy diet with these enriched food to boost your immunity and stay safe and healthy.