What foods do you need to eat in winter so as not to get sick

To strength­en the immune sys­tem and not get sick in the midst of viral infec­tions, include the fol­low­ing prod­ucts in the menu.

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1. Lemon

This is the best helper of our immu­ni­ty. Cit­rus is rich in vit­a­mins and nutri­ents that the body needs. Add lemon to tea every day — and vit­a­min C, cou­pled with bioflavonoids, will strength­en your immu­ni­ty and increase your body tone. Reg­u­lar con­sump­tion of lemon juice is the best way to pre­vent colds and viral dis­eases.

2. Onion

Even our ances­tors noticed the heal­ing prop­er­ties of onions and active­ly used them. The fact is that this healthy veg­etable con­tains many sul­fur-con­tain­ing sub­stances that help fight bac­te­ria. And fla­vanoids, which are also part of the onion, sup­port our immune sys­tem.

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3. White cabbage

“Mul­ti­lay­ered” beau­ty is one of the lead­ers in the con­tent of amino acids. 16 types of these essen­tial com­pounds help the body main­tain a nor­mal metab­o­lism. Cab­bage also has a won­der­ful effect on the intesti­nal microflo­ra and helps the body get rid of tox­ins.

4. Carrot

To cheer up on rainy days and the nor­mal func­tion­ing of the ner­vous sys­tem, include car­rots in your diet. Vit­a­mins of group B are respon­si­ble for a good mood, of which there are a large num­ber in car­rots. To make them bet­ter absorbed, eat car­rots with veg­etable oil.

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5. Apples

Sci­en­tists unan­i­mous­ly call this fruit a deli­cious “ener­gy drink”. And all thanks to the unique set of mul­ti­vi­t­a­mins, which is part of the apple. In addi­tion, it con­tains a lot of ascor­bic acid, which helps cleanse blood ves­sels. And pectin, which is also part of the apple, removes tox­ins, salts of heavy met­als and even radionu­clides from the body.


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