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Start from the kitchen. Invest in products that, when added to daily meals, strengthen and act as anti-virus, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial.
Black cumin, also known as black cumin, Nigella sativa has a number of valuable ingredients that positively affect the immunity of children and adults.
The basic substances are unsaturated fatty acids, which most of us lack, even when we follow a varied diet. In addition, black cumin contains linoleic acid - in addition to strengthening, it has a great effect on the skin. It is also worth including in the menu because of thymoquinion, which has strong anti-inflammatory properties, also has antioxidant activity and nigellon with anti-inflammatory and antihistamine effects. Black cumin strengthens, improves digestion, reduces pain and possible inflammation.
Black cumin can be used as a spice for dishes and bread (if we bake them at home). It costs pennies!
Evening primrose is a plant with many varieties, there are 30 types in Poland alone. One of them - evening primrose oil is used in the cosmetics and food industry. Omega 6 acid (γ-linolenic acid or gamma-linolenic acid (GLA)) contained in evening primrose activates the immune system, strengthens it and prepares to deal with all kinds of threats more efficiently.
Evening primrose oil has anti-inflammatory effects - it is also great for treating skin lesions in children, eczema, seborrhea and even acne.
Millet is great for reduced immunity, recurrent, exhausting infections. Ideal in many forms, for example with apples and cinnamon or in the dinner version, served with meat or vegetables.
Great for coughs or a runny nose. It allows you to get rid of excess moisture from the body and facilitates expectoration. It can be served as one of the first meals. Does not contain gluten.
Coconut oil also called coconut butter contains lauric acid, which occurs naturally in human milk - has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties, helps in bowel diseases and strengthens immunity. Antifungal, especially for Candida, helps cleanse the body of toxins. Suitable for cooking, baking, frying, braising and grilling. Very practical and extremely versatile in the kitchen. Can be used as a butter or oil replacement.
Almonds are a valuable source of unsaturated fatty acids, magnesium, copper and fiber. Almonds also have anti-inflammatory effects. They also fight free radicals and protect against cancer.
Choose almonds that smell sweet, nutty, rather than spicy and bitter. The best will be almonds with a peel that allows you to provide valuable ingredients without unnecessary losses. Almonds are best stored in the fridge to keep them fresh - sealed.
Linseed oil is a real bomb when it comes to omega 3 fatty acids 45-60%. Not suitable for eating hot. It can only be served cold, for example as an addition to salads. It can be combined with sauce or mayonnaise.
Linseed oil can also be consumed in the form of linseed - great for coughs, colds and upper respiratory tract diseases.