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5 healthy and easy snacks to help increase resistance

As the number of COVID-19 infections increases continuously and the time of the change of season approaches, everyone pays attention to their resistance, especially through daily meals.

Every day, you can drink a glass of orange juice every morning to boost vitamin C, eat more vegetables to get more fiber. But what about the immunity-boosting snacks? Even if you prepare nutritious main meals, when you’re bored, it’s hard to resist the temptation of a delicious potato snack.

But there is good news: you can completely satisfy your snack cravings, while still ensuring a good resistance. Don’t worry we will suggest boring healthy snacks when you’re ‘hungry’ at 3 am. These dishes are all confirmed by nutritionists to be both delicious and increase resistance.

This drink has a rich flavor and moderate sweetness that is good for your health.

Making: Puree a frozen banana and a half (remember to peel before freezing) with about 90ml of orange juice. Pour the mixture into a glass, cover, and place in the freezer for about five minutes. This is the orange smoothie part. Then rinse the blender and add eight frozen strawberries, 120ml of 2% plain Greek yogurt, and about 60ml of orange juice to make a strawberry smoothie. Take out the orange smoothie from the fridge, pour the strawberry mixture on top and enjoy!

Healthy drink and increase resistance.

Resistance benefits: The amount of vitamin C in a smoothie not only boosts your immunity, but it also helps you respond better to colds,” says Amy Gorin, a nutritionist and owner of a whole plant-based diet. owns Plant-Based Eats. “You can also add vitamin D and zinc to orange juice, both of which are good nutrients for resistance.”

To be honest, once hunger “hits”, having to prepare a dish, even in just three minutes like the one above, is very…lazy. To cure laziness, you can prepare sunflower seed by my side, whenever I’m hungry, I just need eat about 64g (1 handful) is enough for the day’s antibody needs.

Sunflower seeds are both fun to eat, increase resistance and are very good for health.

Resistance benefits: In Sunflower seeds have vitamin E, is an effective antioxidant. This is good for people with reduced resistance, as it lowers C-reactive protein levels, a factor that lowers antibodies.

The recipe uses traditional peanuts for this dish, but if you like almond butter (or any kind of nut butter), feel free.

This healthy snack will help you increase your resistance, without gaining any weight.

Making: To make this healthy dish, first, peel an apple. Brush each apple slice with peanut butter and a dash of flaxseed. You need about 32g peanut butter and 28.3g flax seeds for this dish.

Resistance benefits: “Apples are rich in anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that help the body fight off pathogens. Apples are rich in phytochemicals such as quercetin, catechin, phloridzin, and chlorogenic acid, all of which are powerful antioxidants. Not only that, apples also contain a good amount of vitamin C.

There are countless ways to make parfait-style dishes, if you are a bit lazy today, this is a savior when craving sweets.

Making: Use about 177ml of plain low-fat Greek yogurt, add 64g of fruit such as peeled oranges, strawberries, pre-cut kiwi or cantaloupe. Next, add 28.3g of nuts, like pumpkin seeds, Brazil nuts, cashews, and almonds. Finally, if you want, you can drizzle about 15ml of flavoring like cinnamon, a little honey or maple syrup.

A glass of parfait is ideal for a hot day, making you stronger.

If you want to make it first and save it for later, put the seeds in last.

Resistance benefits: This parfait is rich in nutrients, helping to promote the body’s resistance. Fruits provide vitamins A and C, and nuts are rich in vitamin E, selenium (an antioxidant) and zinc. Selenium deficiency has been shown to have an adverse effect on resistance. Meanwhile, zinc has the ability to prevent bacteria from multiplying and is necessary to maintain the development of antibody cells.

This may be the sweetest, easiest to make of the immune-boosting dishes.

Making: Add about 118ml of kefir yogurt (yogurt made from kefir mushrooms) into 64g of strawberries. You can sprinkle more cinnamon, ginger or honey to stimulate the taste.

Strawberries are healthy and delicious and yogurt is good for the immune system

Resistance benefits: 64g of strawberries contains more than half the amount of vitamin C needed for the day. The kefir portion is also a nutritious side dish, as it has the probiotics and probiotics needed for a healthy immune system. Research has shown that probiotics are good for the stomach, and a healthy stomach helps increase resistance.

Charlie Rosales
Charlie Rosales
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