1. Red bell peppers
They reign supreme when it comes to fruits and vegetables high in vitamin c ,one cup of chopped red bell peppers contains about 211℅ of your daily value of vitamin c that's about twice more than orange(106℅).
Is also high in vitamin c just half a cup contains 43℅ of your daily value of vitamin c and also contains vitamin E - an antioxidant that can help fight off bacteria and viruses.
Contain lot of protein -an essential nutrients made of amino acids that help grow and repair body tissues ,it's also involved in synthesizing and maintaining enzymes to keep our systems functioning properly.
A half a cup of strawberries to get 50℅ of vitamin c need for the day , vitamin c is great for strengthening your immune system it also help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals we often exposed to in our environment.
Not only is garlic full of flavor but it's packed with health benefits such as lowering blood pressure and reducing risk of heart disease , garlic it's immunity boosting abilities come from its heavy concentration of sulfur containing compounds which can help fight off infections .
While sun exposure is the best source of vitamin D it can also be provided by foods including mushrooms,it can help enhance the absorption of calcium which is good for bone health and may protect against some cancers and respiratory diseases.
Is rich in vitamin c and full of antioxidant that help shield our immune cells from environmental damage ,it has also beta carotene which is the main dietary source of vitamin A -an essential component of proper immune function.
Is great source of probiotics which are good bacteria that can help promote healthy gut an immune system,probiotics have effective way for fighting common cold and influenza like respiratory diseases
8. Sunflower seeds
Are high in vitamin E which works as an antioxidant and helps boosts the immune system just one ounce off dry roasted sunflower seeds can give you 49℅ of your daily value of vitamin E.
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