After winter is on the verge of taking offspring is hitting the town. According to the Ancient, Calendar Spring is the beginning of a new cycle. Considered to be the first season of the year it brings along with it a sense of renewal and innovation. It brings about life, youth and inspiration and its energy are rapid and high. It brings along seasonal allergies as well. As soon as the winter weather breaks and the temperature starts rising as spring approaches, it comes down with a cold. In spring, seasonal allergies increase a person’s vulnerability to infections. The flu season begins as early as October but usually does not get into full swing until December. The flu season generally reaches its peak in February and ends by the end of March.
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As n nature, this means abundant growth in the form of grass, flowers, and delicious colorful produce. And for our bodies, it means leaving behind the heftiness of grounding foods and embracing all things light and fresh.
- Green Tea– This is a personal trainer for the immune system of an individual. Green Tea contains powerful alkylamines that help the body in learning how to fight off disease and flu viruses by a type of cell memory.
- Sweet Potatoes-This colorful vegetable gets its well-known shade of orange from beta carotene, which converts to vitamin A when it enters the body. This nutrient increases the T-cell count and strengthens the immune system of the body.
- Flax Oil: Loaded with healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Flax oil boosts the production of phagocytes, which like to eat foreign bacteria. That is the reason behind the more consumption of salmon, tuna, mackerel and other fatty fish this winter is crucial.
- Spinach: It is a high-fiber food that helps to regulate the digestive system of a body. It also benefits the immunity system. Spinach salad will benefit our body in more ways than one. So consume as much as spinach in a day.
Include healthier foods in our diet chart on daily basis. Healthier choices always fuel your body to work its best. An individual should keep that in mind when he is dining at home, at a friend’s place or a restaurant.