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How Healthy Eating patterns shape up your Immune System?

  • How Healthy Eating patterns shape up your Immune System?

With the current change in the trends and lifestyle of people, it has become quite important to observe what we eat and what we become. As it is rightly said, “You are what you eat”. Hence, anything which you eat is what reflects outside of your body.

As the concern for health and diseases is rising day-by-day, people are more inclined towards shifting to a healthy diet pattern. But is it only because of the healthy diet that you are no more at a risk of developing any disease? Do you exactly know how your eating patterns shape up your immune system, which further results into your body becoming fit and fine to not face any dangers or risks of developing infections and diseases?

Below listed are some of the factors which are responsible for shaping up and guarding your immune system:

First and foremost thing that a healthy immune system requires is the proper balance of real foods rich in nutrients. Hence, while selecting a healthy diet, make sure you consider nutrients to be the topmost priority followed by health and taste:

  • Protein:

    As everybody has grown up hearing this, Protein is the building block of the immune system. The diet which is devoid of any protein in it is surely going to affect the immune system. Adults are required to consume at least 50g of Protein per day. Be it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, make a habit of incorporating protein into your diet with foods like eggs, Muesli, Rolled Oats, pumpkin seeds, meat, fish, etc.

  • Antioxidants:

    - A meal without any colourful appearance to it seems so boring and tasteless. Hence, to make your healthy diet slightly more interesting and tastier than before, make sure your meals have colour. Rich colour foods like blueberries, have certain micronutrients and antioxidants in them which your body needs for fighting against flu and infections. Antioxidants are proved to show a strong defense against weak immune systems. So do not let yourself avoid colourful foods like purple cabbage, red, yellow and green bell peppers, all of which are highly rich in fibre, protein and other vital nutrients apart from antioxidants. Cook them with losts of herbs and spices, especially turmeric for an extra flavour boost.

The more you incorporate protein and antioxidant-rich foods into your diet, the more chances you will be fulfilled with your daily requirements of vitamins and minerals. One such crucial element for a healthy immune system is to have an adequate intake of vitamin D. So make sure you stock up on your Vitamin D foods like salmon, tuna, egg yolks, pulses, kidney beans, etc.

It is at times quite difficult to find the real balance between work-life and food, so it’s better to start small. It’s never too late though! :)

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