Immune Boosting Drinks

A strong immune system has always been to live a long and healthy life. Now we are dealing with an unprecedented crisis in the form of coronavirus, having a strong immune system has become more important than ever. We can strengthen the body’s natural defense system through time taking process, there are several things you can try to reduce the risk of infection including immune boosting drinks.

Here are some homemade immune boosting drinks, You can also try and stay healthy and stay home.

1.Turmeric Milk

This healthy drink is made with only 3 ingredients: milk, turmeric powder, and black pepper. Everyday drinking turmeric milk helps to boost our immunity system and it also helps in fighting with infections, respiratory issues as well as a remedy for cold and cough.

Turmeric Milk

2. Turmeric Tea

This Tea is made with ground turmeric, ground cinnamon, black pepper, and ginger powder. The tea is also a great way to reap the health benefits of turmeric like Helps prevent cancer, Lowers cholesterol, Can help treat uveitis, Boosts the immune system, Eases arthritis symptoms, etc;

Turmeric tea

3. Ginger Tea

This Ginger tea is a miracle drink that will keep you safe from infections. The reason is ginger boosts your metabolism and also freshens up your mood. 

4. Kahwa Tea

Kahwa is a fragrant, mild green tea made with whole spices, saffron, and almonds. It is a Kashmiri drink.

5. Pomegranate Smoothie

This Pomegranate Smoothie is a healthy and tasty smoothie made with pomegranate and almond milk. The juice provides Vitamin C, Vitamin B5, potassium, and fiber when consuming the arils. 

6.Orange Juice

This Orange juice has surprising health benefits. It’s naturally high in vital nutrients, such as vitamin C and potassium. Plus, commercial varieties are often enriched with calcium and vitamin D.

7. Indian Almond Milk

It is made by grinding almonds, mixing them with water, and then filtering the mixture to create a product that looks like milk and has a nutty flavor. Almonds rich in nutrients such as calcium, riboflavin, vitamin E, and vitamin D are added to it to boost its nutritional content.

Lakshmi K

Lakshmi K

Lakshmi K is one the Lead Digital Marketer at Aathirai Foods. She loves to create and organize content in such a way that it helps people understand Food & Health, Education and Technologies.

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