When you're sick it's even more important to eat vegetables, fruits, dairy, healthy fats, and lean protein. Examples of healthy vegetables include garlic, onions, broccoli, and spinach. Fruit should include bananas and berries. Include yogurt and cheese for your dairy products. Be sure to get your healthy fats from olive oil, fish oil and avocados. Lean protein sources should include salmon, lean chicken and tuna. Honey contains antibacterial properties. Green tea boosts your immune system by increasing your antibody count. Get most of your antioxidants from fruits and vegetables and the remaining from supplements such as vitamins C, D, E, as well as from minerals including manganese, selenium, and zinc. Click the file below for more details.
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