Facts about immunosuppressants – get to know them
For supplements and oils, some may promise “false” protection against diseases! In this context, he reads, “Madam. Net ” dietitian Jamal al-Samad is fascinated by some of the false or incomplete information circulating among the general public about immunosuppressants.
Excessive doses of vitamin C supplements”
Vitamin C is an important nutrient for optimal immune function. However, a series of studies have shown that taking large doses of vitamin C in the form of dietary supplements does not really benefit the body, when it comes to fighting colds or any other disease. Increasing doses of the said vitamin is not necessarily a preferred measure in these cases, since our bodies can absorb only a few hundred milligrams of vitamin C at a time. The recommended daily ration of vitamin C is set at 75 mg for adult females and 90 mg for adult males, indicating that both amounts meet the nutrient needs of most people.
Vitamin C and zinc for immunity.. But?
A comprehensive diet is one that consists mainly of real varied foods, away from focusing on taking vitamin C and zinc exclusively as supplements, and pursuing food intake without planning any abbreviation of a bad and unbalanced diet. Taking large doses of zinc too long, without the supervision of a doctor, can lead to reduced immunity!
It is true that healthy eating is a step towards maintaining immune system function and effectiveness, but not a “super” food would achieve this but a variety of Natural Foods in the daily diet, especially more colorful fruits and vegetables, which provide the body with many vitamins and minerals, such as a, C and E, vitamins that play key roles in supporting the immune system. Can the fruits and vegetables come loaded with vitamins, in various forms: fresh, frozen or canned. In this context, it is reported that canned or frozen fruits and vegetables are often collected at peak maturity to secure the necessary nutrients. Thus, they are an excellent source of healthy ingredients.
In addition to citrus…
Citrus fruits, such as limes, oranges and Indian lemons (grapefruit), are rich sources of vitamin C, which works to strengthen immunity, although they are not the only foods that can support the health of the immune system, to help prevent diseases, so some immunosuppressants can be added to each meal, such as:
* Red pepper: it is teeming with vitamin C.
* Garlic: sulfuric compounds found in garlic have been shown to help improve immune system function.
* Carrots: the large amount of vitamin A in the composition of carrots, makes it a wonderful immune tonic, vitamin A, such as: carotenoids (beta carotene) in carrots, are important antioxidants that strengthen immune function, and can help our body fight infection.
* Chicken soup: it contains zinc, the last important mineral that helps in the treatment of infections, and vitamin B6 is useful in the formation of new red blood cells. Chicken broth (bone broth), in turn, is teeming with nutrients for intestinal health and immunity as well.
Balanced food is not alone in supporting immunity
A balanced diet, full of important nutrients is key to strengthening the immune system, and to food there are many other lifestyle-related factors that also play a role in this area, such as night sleep for enough hours, stress management, staying in sports and quitting smoking.
Improved water and sports drinks
Taste-enhancing water and sports drinks, in their composition, often carry artificial colors and sweeteners, the latter of which the human body can live without. So, when one begins to focus on invigorating a healthy immune system by establishing long-term healthy habits, including a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and Whole Foods, staying in sports and getting enough sleep and paying attention to mental health, it is preferable to write off all that is unnecessary in nutrition.