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The consumption of foods rich in zinc, probiotics, antioxidants and vitamin C, have been identified as one of the surest ways to boost one’s immune system especially in the phase of the outbreak of the Corona virus pandemic.

Fighting the COVID-19 battle, will require that you take in lots of vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C.

Dark chocolate and cocoa products have also been identified as very rich in antioxidants that strengthen the human immune system.

Eat well, exercise often and avoid stress.

Some foods rich in Zinc are: oysters, crab, beef, chicken, hemp seeds, nuts, lentils, yogurt, green pea, oatmeal, and mushrooms.

Some foods rich in probiotics are yogurt, olives, dark chocolate, raw cheese, cloves

Some foods rich in antioxidants are dark chocolate, garlic, Raspberries. Kale. Red Cabbage, Beans, Beets, Spinach, cranberries, red grapes, peaches, raspberries, strawberries, red currants, figs, cherries, pears, guava, oranges, apricots, mango, red grapes, cantaloupe, watermelon, papaya, and tomatoes.

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