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The PANDEMIC!!!

World nations are trembling by the ghost word CORONA (Covid-19).

No medicine. No Vaccination. Deaths in lakhs worldwide. What to do…?




Yes..., boosting immunity is only the master plan.

Let us discuss the major types of immunity boosters that we must intake to prevent ourselves from the danger pandemic.

These can be broadly divided into 3 types, which include:
  • Water-Soluble Vitamins.
  • Fat-Soluble Vitamins.
  • Trace Minerals.

Water-Soluble Vitamins

These vitamins are not stored or reserved in the human body. They are soluble in water and will be excreted through wastes from the body. So, these vitamins should be consumed on a daily basis. These vitamins are easily destroyed by light, air, and cooking. Hence, these vitamins are available in natural food only.



These vitamins include:
  1. Vitamin C.
  2. Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine).
  3. Vitamin B9 (Folate).
  4. Vitamin B12 (cobalamin).
  1. Vitamin C provides a high source of immunity. Fruits including Orange, Goa, Lemon are rich in Vitamin C.

    Vitamin C not only increases immunity but also helps in treating eye diseases, prenatal health diseases, cardiovascular diseases, skin wrinkling, etc.

    The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin C is 65 to 90 milligrams (mg).


  2. Vitamin B6 is available in fruits and vegetables, but in less quantities. The major sources of vitamin B6 can be found in cereals and grains, especially in unpolished grains.

  3. Also, rice bran is the best source of Vitamin B6. This rice bran can be consumed in several ways including filtered bran water, and by mixing bran residue with dates as a sweet, etc.

    Vitamin B6 is used to maintaining red blood cells, skin, and nerve health. Pyridoxine is also used for the prevention of several nerve disorders (peripheral neuropathy).

    The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin B6 is 1.3 to 1.9 milligrams (mg).

  4. Folic acid is the supplement of folate which is the natural form of Vitamin B9 and is available in various natural foods including mangoes, lettuce, lentils, asparagus, spinach, broccoli, beans, sweet corn, and avocado.

    Vitamin B9 is used for cell division, cell growth, and DNA repair and synthesis. It is highly recommended for pregnant women.

    The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin B9 is 0.4 to 0.8 milligrams (mg).


  5. Vitamin B12, which is also called cobalamin is found in animal foods including poultry, fish, meats, eggs, and also in dairy.

    It plays a prominent role in the functionality of the nervous system, production of DNA, and red blood cells.

    The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin B12 is 0.024 milligrams (mg).



Water-Soluble vitamins are not available as a reserve in the human body and need to be taken on a daily basis. These vitamins include the B-Complex group and Vitamin C.



Fat-Soluble Vitamins

  1. Vitamin A
  2. Vitamin D
  3. Vitamin E
  4. Vitamin K

  1. These vitamins are soluble in human fat and serve as a reserve for 6 to 12 months.

    Vitamin A is of two types. The primary type is called Retinoid, which can be obtained from animal products. The secondary type is called Beta-carotene, which can be obtained from plants.

    It is recommended to have beta-carotene from various fruits, vegetables including carrot and almost all kinds of leafy vegetables.

    Vitamin A acts as a key source for perfect vision, cell growth, and a healthy immune system.

    The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin A is 0.7 to 0.9 milligrams (mg).

  2. Vitamin D is rich in sunlight especially in the morning between 10 am and 01 pm. Other alternative sources of vitamin D include mushrooms, egg yolk, seafood including fatty fish.

    Vitamin D maintains proper phosphate and calcium levels in the body. It also helps in maintaining healthy muscles, bones, and teeth.

    The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin D is 0.02 to 0.1 milligrams (mg).

  3. Vitamin E is rich in seeds including sunflower, nuts including peanuts, hazelnuts, filberts, and almonds, vegetable oils including sunflower, wheat germ, corn, safflower, and soybean oils.

    Vitamin E boosts the defense mechanism of the body, helps in protecting the skin naturally from damage, and provides quick healing and moisturizing. Also, it acts as a natural anti-inflammatory.

    The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin E is 0.25 to 0.5 milligrams (mg).

  4. Vitamin K is available plenty in Green leafy vegetables including spinach, turnip greens, kale, mustard greens, vegetables including cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower, meat including fish, liver, and eggs.

    Vitamin K helps in improving heart health, Cognitive health, and bone health.

    The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin E is 0.164 to 0.182 milligrams (mg).



Fat-Soluble vitamins are available as a reserve in the human body fatty tissue. They may be consumed in smaller quantities on a daily basis. These contain vitamins A, D, E, and K.

Trace Minerals


The trace minerals include:

Chromium, copper, Iodine, iron, manganese, selenium, fluoride, molybdenum, and zinc. 

These trace minerals are also called micro minerals and are very essential for health and development. However, a well-balanced diet will be sufficient for the required nutrients and inturn for the trace minerals.

The benefits of trace minerals include good bone density as well as bone health.

The average recommended daily dosage for Vitamin E is 0.2 to 15 milligrams (mg).

Trace minerals boost the constructive defense mechanism in the body and helps in the development of health and Immunity.

Last but not the least, disciplined healthy habits including consumption of sufficient amount of water (up to 4-5 liters a day), daily workouts, avoiding junk foods and early dinner will help to stay fit and inturn to stay immune. 

Last Word


By consuming the discussed immunity boosters on a daily basis, we will not only able to fight with the coronavirus confidently but will be strong enough to face any kind of disease.

I hope this article helps you.

Meet you in the next article. Bye Bye!!!

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  1. During COVID having strong immune system is very important and for this immunity herbal supplements and healthy food are the best ways.

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