Nutrition , which help you to fight against covid 19 pandemic


In order to recovery from COVID-19, good nutrition and exercise are essential. When you're unwell, your body requires more protein and energy to be healthy and avoid muscle loss. Our dieticians will provide you with a variety of suggestions.


Covid-19 might produce symptoms including appetite loss or weariness, making it difficult to eat properly. The body's ability to absorb and use nutrients is harmed as a result of alterations in metabolism. As a result, the body requires additional food and nutrients. You can lose weight if you eat too little.


It is important not only to gargle, wash your hands, and wear a mask, but also to maintain a high level of immunity. Make a habit of it.Build a body with high immunity that is resistant to colds and viruses by gradually incorporating the habit of boosting immunity into your daily diet and everyday life.


Immunity-boosting diet and lifestyle



<<Foods that promote the growth of beneficial bacteria >>

*Rice with a reasonable amount of sugar is recommended. Rice is easily digestible, improves stool volume, and aids in constipation relief. To boost the amount of beneficial bacteria, rice is preferred over bread.


* Fermented foods

*Good bacteria such as yeast, aspergillus, lactic acid bacteria, and bifidobacteria are found in fermented foods. 

*Miso, natto, yoghurt, lactic acid bacteria drink, and other fermented foods 

*The following foods are high in potassium and phosphorus, so keep the recommended daily amount.

Natto 20g (1/2 pack), yogurt 100g (1 small cup)


* Oligosaccharide

* Improves the condition by increasing lactic acid bacteria.

* Burdock, broccoli, mushrooms, seaweed, and other


* water-soluble dietary fibres 

* Draws in water and softens faeces

* Burdock, broccoli, mushrooms, seaweed, etc.


Some foods that increase good bacteria are high in potassium and phosphorus. Keep an appropriate amount and be careful not to overdose

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