Limiting additional sugar boosts health and immunity. Diabetes patients can have increased blood sugar levels for longer than others.
High-salt diets may promote tissue inflammation and raise the risk of autoimmune disorders.
Fried meals are rich in AGEs (AGEs). AEGs develop during high-temperature cooking, such as frying, when sugars combine with proteins or fats.
More omega-3s and fewer omega-6s may boost immunological function.
Foods high in omega-6 fats
Too much white bread and sugary baked products can impair your immune system. High glycemic foods create a spike in blood sugar and insulin, which can boost free radicals and inflammatory proteins.
Highly refined carbs
High-saturated-fat, low-unsaturated-fat diets cause immunological dysfunction. High saturated fat intake might trigger inflammation and impair immunological function.
Certain high fat foods
Sucralose and saccharin may cause gut microbial imbalances. Overusing artificial sweeteners may harm immunological function, say experts.
Artificially sweetened foods
Fast food and processed foods may induce inflammation, intestinal permeability, and gut bacteria imbalance, which can harm immunological health.
High-processed-meat diets may raise illness risk and impair the immune system.