A doctor reveals the best 10 foods to boost immunity

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Al-Anbat- Mohammad Allahham

The Russian doctor, Elena Baretskaya, an allergy, immunology and children specialist, recommended eating berries and seafood to strengthen immunity and replenish iodine reserves in the body.

Baretskaya included foods that will help replenish iodine reserves in the body and inhance the immune system.
According to her, with iodine deficiency, the whole body suffers, especially children, growth and development are disturbed, and in adults, the level of immune protection and ability to work decreases. A prolonged deficiency of iodine can lead to the formation of goiters, thickening of the neck, and increase the risk of developing tumors.

According to the doctor, cranberries, strawberries, peaches, fish, tuna, turkey, potatoes with skins, white beans and seaweed will do an excellent job of saturating the body with iodine.

She pointed out that all these products are an excellent source of iodine and other vitamins, and iodine deficiency in the body can be determined by paying attention to many symptoms, and these include lethargy and drowsiness, irregular heartbeat, high pressure, discomfort, tightness in the chest, headache, decreased appetite, and other problems.  In hair and nails, poor attention, and sensitivity to weather changes.
 
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