Vitamin C increases white blood cells, which fight illnesses. Vitamin C is abundant in citrus fruits. With so many options, this vitamin can be added to every meal.

Citrus fruits

Vitamin C may benefit your skin and immune system. Vitamin A, which your body converts from beta carotene, helps your eyes and skin.

Red bell peppers

Broccoli is nutrient-dense. Broccoli is packed with vitamins A, C, and E, fibre, and antioxidants.

Broccoli

Nearly every cuisine uses garlic. It provides flavour and is healthy.Ancient cultures used it to fight illnesses.

Garlic

Ginger may reduce inflammation, helping sore throats and inflammatory disorders. Ginger can relieve nausea.

 Ginger

Sunflower seeds contain phosphorus, magnesium, vitamins B-6 and E. Vitamin E regulates immune system activity.

Sunflower seeds

Some shellfish are high in zinc, which boosts the immune system.Zinc isn't as well-known as other vitamins and minerals, but our immune cells need it.

Shellfish

Vitamin B-6 is abundant in chicken and turkey. 3 ounces of light turkey or chicken contains roughly one-third of your daily B-6.

Poultry

Vitamin C boosts white blood cells to combat infection, and kiwi's minerals maintain bodily function.

 Kiwi

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