Immunity is the ability of an organism to prevent any form of infection by increasing the number of white blood cells to fight against harmful infections and keep you safe. It not only keeps infections at bay but also boosts your immunity. To keep this going it is important to include healthy food in your diet that can boost your immunity. However, you can speed up the process by including this particular drink in your morning ritual.
Health Benefits Of Amla
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Amla is full of antioxidants that may do wonders for your weakened immunity. It is not only brimming with Vitamin C that naturally boosts your immunity but beta-carotene present in gooseberry play a vital role in fighting free radical activity that can take a toll on your immunity. It is also loaded with polyphenols that are known to fight against the development of cancer cells. And that’s not all. Amla is also helpful in managing diabetes and reducing cholesterol levels.
Health Benefits Of Ginger
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Ginger is packed with a compound, gingerol which is highly effective against cough, sore throat and other inflammatory illnesses. According to the book Healing Foods by DK Publishing, "Gingerol has antipyretic, sedative, analgesic and antibacterial effects." It also contains an antioxidant, zingerone which is beneficial for our health. Apart from this, ginger(read more on ginger benefits) can also help in lowering down and stabilizing cholesterol levels.
Health Benefits Of Coriander Leaves
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The green coloured veggie contains vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E and lots of fiber. It contains detoxifying, antibacterial, and immune-enhancing essential oils. It is also rich in antioxidant compounds - all these qualities make coriander great food for boosting immunity.
Health Benefits Of Mint Leaves
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Mint had been used in remedial practices to fight inflammation and infections for ages. Several studies have proven that mint is a rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties which can give instant relief from sore throat and cough. Also, it is strong and refreshing aroma keeps headaches at bay!
How To Make
- 5-6 chopped amlas
- 1 tbsp ginger juice
- 3-4 coriander or mint leaves
- Black salt as required
- 1 tsp honey
- Wash all the ingredients with lukewarm water. Chop the amlas and put them in a juicer.
- Add all the ingredients and mix well. You can also add chaat masala.
- Strain it in a glass and enjoy!
Disclaimer: All content, including tips and suggestions, is entirely based on research and data available on the internet. So, it is advised not to construe it as professional medical advice and consult a doctor before making any changes in your diet.
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