Dietitians help in planning your diets you ought to take to avoid Coronavirus. In today’s present situation it is not advisable to seek your dietitian physically ask their guidance and get help through an online diet plan. As dietitians are the only person who can provide you with correct information in today’s current situation. They know very well what kind of food one should avoid and what they must eat in order to healthy.
Coronavirus is very uncertain and most importantly none of us by any means can completely eliminate our risk of getting it. But all we can do is we can eat as much healthy food as possible. If god forbids we catch it then at least our immune system can fight with it. In a research, it is proved that nutrition help in supporting optimal immune system. Micro nutrients which are essential to fight with infection are vitamins A, B, C, D, and E and the minerals are iron, zinc and selenium.
Almost all dietitian provides online diet plan in Delhi so you can take their online advice and follow the prescribed diet plan. Here is a list of must to have nutrients according to best dietitians in Delhi to prevent COVID – 19 and increase your immune system to fight from it.
vitamin a maintains the body cell structure in the respiratory and skin. it also helps to make antibodies which neutralize the pathogens that cause infection in the skin and body. Fish, egg yolk, cheese, tofu, nuts, seed and whole grains are good sources of vitamin A.
Vitamin B6, B9 and B12 contribute to the body’s first response once it has recognized a pentagon.
B6 is found in cereals, green leafy vegetables, fruits, fish, chicken, nuts and meat.
B9 is found in nuts seeds and green leafy vegetables.
B12 is found in egg, meat, soy milk and dairy products.
and E- Vitamin C and Vitamin E help protect body cells from oxidative stress.The main role of Vitamin C is to clean up cellular mess. Oranges, lemons, berries, tomatoes awesome good sources of Vitamin C and Vitamin E is found in green leafy vegetable andvegetable oils.
Vitamin D helps immune cells to destroy pathogens that cause infection. Egg, fish and some kinds ofmilks are good sources of Vitamin d. Sun exposure also allows your body to produce Vitamin D.
Iron zinc and Selenium are good for immune cells growth. Chicken, fish, seafood, mushroom, dried beans and nuts are some good sources of them.
You can consult Dr. Sonia Goel in Delhi, She is known as India’s best Dietitian in Delhi