Health & Lifestyle

Fight Against Monsoon Diseases: 5 Fruits To Boost Immunity

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Monsoon comes with raindrops, samosas, lots of happiness but unfortunately with plenty of diseases with it. Monsoon is the season of cold and flu where you are most likely to get exposed to bacteria and viruses. Rain water collected for a long time anywhere becomes a breeding ground for bacteria to grow. You need to be a little bit more careful compare to other season as plenty of diseases can caught us easily. So it’s the right time to implement “Prevention is better than cure” into real action. We need to be a little choosy while choose the right food for this season. As right food is the ultimate provider of energy to your body to fight against bacteria and viruses and boost your immune system. Consuming foods with high antioxidant value and nutrients that boost immunity could help in a big way. 

So let’s grab the right fruits which can boost your immune system and provide energy to fight against all the diseases- 

 Jamun 

Jamun or black plum is loaded with many nutrients like vitamins, potassium and iron, which keeps the body fit and healthy. Jamun is rich in fibre and keeps a check on sudden blood sugar spikes, making for an excellent food for diabetics during monsoons. It is easily available in the market during this season. 

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Pomegranate 

We all know about the health benefits of this wonderful fruit. Pomegranate seeds are delicious pearls of wellness, especially rich in B-vitamins and folate that help in blood circulation by development of red blood cells. This fruit is known to be effective in dealing with serious ailments like hypertension and heart issues. 

Papaya 

Papaya is rich in vitamin C and anti-oxidant. Papaya contains a special enzyme called papain that helps in easy digestion of foods by keeping the digestive tract healthy. Papaya is also highly rich in Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that builds immunity of the body and also looks after skin and hair health. 

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Cherry 

We all love cherry. This fruit is known for its anti-carcinogenic properties that help in lowering cholesterol level and also keeping the blood pressure level in check. Cherry is particularly rich in potassium and antioxidants, which boost the body's ability to steer clear from common infections. 

Peach 

Peach is a low-calorie fruit that aids weight loss. It is a good source of vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C and carotenes – all the nutrients come together to promote a healthy, infection-free body.



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