Oh Life!
December 7, 2016
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I have always been prone to cold weather and have frequently seen myself catching the cold during the sudden change in climate. This, in fact, happens more during the colder months of the year. I am pretty sure that a number of you are going through the same kind of sickness like mine when it starts getting chillier.

Food is known to affect the immune system to a very large extent. So in the last couple of years however I started ensuring that I introduce certain immunity-boosting food items to my regular diet, which you could probably d o too. is known to affect the immune system to a very large extent. So in the last couple of years however I started ensuring that I introduce certain immunity-boosting food items to my regular diet, which you could probably d o too.

Garlic, I think are magical. It does not just cure the cold, but it is also capable of boosting and strengthening the immune system.

They contain antiviral and antibacterial properties, which stimulates the immune cells and increases antibody production. It also has antioxidant properties. Be it pulses, gravies, bread, and even sauces, you add can garlic to almost anything!

Another good source of antioxidants and immune boosting nutrients are colorful berries, which are a good source of vitamin A and C. So what I usually do for my breakfast is add a handful of mixed berries to my morning cereal or on top of my pancakes!

Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day, which I usually don’t compromise on to. While having my bowl of cereal every morning, I log in at Rehab bingo, to play a quick game or two of bingo, before I start my day. Click here to know more about Rehab bingo.

I also make a gracious use of oats and other whole grain cereals like wheat rye, barley with breakfasts.I usually cycle down till my workplace, but since it’s getting chilly these days I make sure I never forget my woollies!

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