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Friday, September 18, 2020

boost the immune system

Food sources that boost the immune system

If the body's immune system is low then the person suffers from cold, flu, fever etc. from time to time. Vitamin C boosts the body's immune system. Nature has given us so many foods that are rich in vitamin-C. By adding these readily available items to our diet, we can boost the body's immune system.

As the COVID-12 epidemic spreads across the country, the world is battling the virus and trying to stop its spread. Doctors agree that people with strong immune systems are better equipped to administer the Novel Corona virus. Sadguru here shares some ways to boost the immune system naturally.

1. Neem and turmeric benefits

Neem leaves are available all over India except in mountainous areas, and turmeric is available anyway. They are currently making what is called nano-turmeric, where the rate of absorption is higher than that of ordinary turmeric.
A simple thing you can do every day is to drink eight to ten leaves of neem and a little turmeric in warm water. If you drink this on an empty stomach, your ability to fight off external organisms is greatly increased. Not that it will work right away, but in three to six weeks, you’ll notice a slight difference. This is something that everyone can bring into their own homes. It is already in most homes in South India but probably not in other parts of the country, so we should bring this up.

2. Jiva Legium and Raw Mango

Traditional items such as Jiva Legium or Chewanprash which are useful in boosting the immune system. If you have elderly people in your household who are above 60 years of age, it is better for them to start chewing gum. And now is also the beginning of this raw mango season. Don't wait for it to ripen, eat raw mangoes. It is not a preventative for coronavirus, but it can boost the immune system a bit.

3.Amla with honey and pepper

Soak amla (gooseberry or nelikai) in honey with some crushed black or green pepper overnight. Take three tablespoons three times a day. It will work best when you are on an empty stomach and if you take this first thing. If you do this, in four to eight weeks, a significant improvement in a person's immune system can be seen.

4. Billy's letter

Something called billy leaves is available in the Western Ghats region. If you can eat three to five leaves in the morning, it will also boost your immune system.

5. Get enough physical activity

Now people are at home. If they just sit around, and during the day if they keep eating or drinking something, they will make themselves more sensitive. The simple thing is to stay physically active. This few weeks is a good time for us to get used to being healthy. If you don't know anything else, at least jog at a different time each day in the empty space - fifteen minutes at a time, five to six times a day. The body will try to handle things better.

6. Chant mantras to increase warmth

“Yoga Yoga Yogeshwarai” is about producing samat prana or heat in the mantra system. Something called heat and cold, which is translated into English as heat and cold, but does not mean exactly that. It indicates that direction, but it does not mean that. If you produce enough samat prana and create heat in the system, your immune system will work better. This chanting will generate a certain amount of energy in the immune system, as it generates heat.

7. Keep yourself happy

Mental distress is one way to keep the immune system down. Staying fully energized, happy and happy is also an easy way to keep your immune system and body functioning better.

A happy, sensitive and responsible human being can handle situations better than one who is very serious about everything. Especially if you are in a panic, you are paralyzed. It is very important that all your disciplines are in place, that your body and your brain work and respond in the way that is needed.

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Exercise or sport

According to research, children who exercise regularly for 30 to 40 minutes five days a week are 50 to 60% less likely to get sick than other children. Regular exercise and sports also help control weight and boost immunity.

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