Strengthen your body during foggy, rainy and colder days

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The lack of sun affects the human body. With the help of certain foods, you can preserve immunity, vitality and have sufficient energy during colder, rainy and foggy days.
The upper airways are susceptible to various inflammations during these days. Throat problems are common. Sore throat is one of the most common symptoms of inflammation of the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract. Hoarseness and coughing irritation occur. Honey and beeswax preparations relieve sore throat symptoms and hoarseness. They reduce mucosal irritation. They also have a mild antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect.
Vitamin C (found in kiwi and citrus fruits) boosts immunity. Contributes to the normal function of the immune system, metabolism of energy production. Reduces fatigue and exhaustion.
Colder, foggy and rainy periods of the year affect the health of bones, muscles and teeth. Sunlight is one of the most important natural sources of vitamin D. In the absence of the sun, it is recommended to enrich the diet with vitamin D. Vitamin D is found in oily fish (salmon, sardines, mackerel and tuna), red meat, liver and egg yolk.
For gut health, use yogurt and raw sauerkraut to help grow good bacteria in the gut. 20 grams of fiber a day is enough intake for the human body. Legumes are a source of fiber that nourishes beneficial bacteria in the large intestine.
Flu and cold viruses spread like small droplets of mucus. Drops are transmitted by air when sneezing and coughing people. Viruses on certain surfaces (tables and door handles) can survive for more than 2 hours. Before touching your face and food, it is important to thoroughly wash your hands with soap.
Finally, let’s repeat that meditation reduces the level of stress in the body. An adult needs seven to eight hours of quality sleep. Olive oil and green tea are also rich sources of antioxidants. Lymph is an important part of the immune system because it carries white blood cells through the body through the blood. To create lymph fluid, the human body needs water. Water maintains the proper function of the digestive system. Helps flush out toxins from the body.

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