Do you have Omicron? Try these immunity booster home-made drinks
With the surge in Covid-19 cases triggered by the Omicron variant, it is really important to take care of lifestyle habits. Diet and fitness routine play a key role in keeping coronavirus at bay. Despite having timely meals, performing yoga, physical exercise, but what matters the most is adding the right ingredients to the diet to boost the immunity system.
Ayurveda experts have always insisted on adding spices such as cinnamon, turmeric, pepper, cumin, cloves, mustard, coriander to the diet to boost immunity. Eating them regularly will not only help you prevent you from catching the Covid-19 virus but will also help in boosting immunity.
Also, if you have caught a Covid-19 virus, no matter which variant it is, having these spices will help you recover from the infection in just a couple of days. But there are a few who don’t know how to add this to a diet.
Here are some of the recipes for drinks that will help you boost your immunity.
- Halim drink
Also known as Garden Cress or aliv seeds, it contains iron, protein, fibre, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and folate. To have this drink you can soak 5-6 seeds overnight in 1 cup of water and drink it empty stomach. You can also mix them with yogurt or buttermilk.
2. Ginger and apple cider vinegar soother
Apple cider vinegar has a high content of acetic acid and is also rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and potassium. Ginger, on the other hand, has antiviral compounds that are very effective against cold viruses.
3. Green smoothie
Green leafy vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Spinach is rich in vitamin A, vitamin K and folate. Kale is also rich in vitamins A, C, K, E and folate. Cucumber has manganese, copper, potassium and vitamins which keep your immune system healthy. Celery has antimicrobial functions that help in fighting infections.