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Immunity Boosting

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With the today's situation, many of us are thinking about how to stay healthy and fight off viruses. While there’s no magic elixir, eating a healthy diet comprised of foods known to have immunity-boosting qualities may help. Several nutrients have been noted to have these properties, such as protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc. A diet that includes lots of fruits and vegetables high in vitamins A and C including citrus fruits such as oranges and grapefruit, strawberries, raspberries, broccoli and carrots, foods with vitamin E such as avocado, and lean meats and legumes as sources of protein can be low in fat, low in calories and delicious. Check out this immunity-boosting meal plan to see how to work these virus fighters into your diet.
By Chatelaine
7days
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1722 cal
Immunity Boosting Day 1
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P
115g
F
66g
C
171g
Breakfast
256 cal
Orange juice
weight 248g ( x1 · cup )
·111 cal
Snack
290 cal
Graham Cracker
weight 45g ( x3 · large )
·190 cal
Lunch
363 cal
Tuna and sweet corn wraps
weight 229.95g ( x1 · serving )
·363 cal
Snack
121 cal
Milk, skim
weight 245g ( x1 · cup )
·80 cal
Dinner
690 cal
Honey Dijon Glazed Salmon
weight 247.77g ( x1 · serving )
·543 cal