Sangati Jogwar

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  • Viral and bacterial infections increase during the changing season.
  • Including some superfoods in your daily diet can improve your body's immunity against these diseases.

Changing season brings a lot of changes in the surroundings. Importantly, it also makes an impact on the body and many times trigger infections and viral fever reducing the immunity of a person.

That is why when the season is turning a new leaf and now that the spring is around, it's time to include some special foods in your diet so that the changes do not affect your health.

Vitamin C-rich foods

Foods that are rich in Vitamin C like bell pepper, orange, amla, cruciferous vegetables, and tomatoes are extremely good for health especially when the season is changing. You must include these foods in good amounts in your daily diet.


Sprouting improves the mineral and vitamin content in moong and matki. Sprouted moong is especially rich in manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, and vitamin K as well as antioxidants like zinc, iron, and copper that improve the defense mechanism of the body against bacteria and other diseases.


Garlic has a naturally occurring chemical called allicin that has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties and hence helps fight viruses and bacteria. Thus, consuming garlic daily cuts down the risk of getting the flu or cold.


Fermented natural probiotics like yogurt boost immunity with their good bacteria content thereby helping in improving the body's immunity and keeping you safe from flu.


Papaya improves digestion and its high fiber content, as well as enzyme papain, increases immunity. It is also rich in Vitamin C.


Another food item that is high in antioxidants and vitamin C is a drumstick which is good for combatting colds, and flu and keeping several other infections at bay. It has essential B vitamins like riboflavin, thiamine, and niacin as well as vitamin B12 which stimulate the secretion of juices good for digestion thereby helping in the smooth functioning of the body's digestive system.

DISCLAIMER: The article is a compilation of what is available on the internet and is just for information purpose. It's always advisable to consult doctors for any issue related to health.