Power Foods that Boost Immunity

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 27 December 2011, 13:40 Hrs
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Bangalore: There are many ways to boost our immunity system and the best among them is to include certain food items in our diet. They help by building a better resistance against diseases. The consumption of foods full of vitamins, enzymes, proteins and minerals will enable the immune system to fight against viruses, harmful bacteria, toxins and parasites. If the immune system becomes inactive, the chances of getting affected by life-threatening diseases are higher. So be careful to take proper care of your immune system by including foods such as-

Chicken Soup

Having chicken soup is the best way to good immunity and also good health. The soup helps one to fight against cough, cold and many other diseases. It prevents cold by blocking the accumulation of inflammatory white cells in the bronchial tubes. It is rich in proteins which help in the production of cells which in turn strengthens immunity. The amino acids released by one of the components in this soup helps to cure respiratory problems. Some of the major immunity boosting chicken soups are- Noodle chicken soup, chicken spinach soup, green veggie chicken soup and southern western chicken soup.

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