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Eat for Health

Foods rich in vitamins and minerals are vital to helping our immune systems battle colds and flu.

Here are a few excellent sources of the nutrients your body needs to stay as healthy as possible.

Red bell peppers

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Red bell peppers contain nearly twice the amount of vitamin C as citrus fruits. A single red bell pepper fulfills between 170-200% of your daily needs.


Red bell peppers are a great source of beta-carotene, which helps maintain healthy eyes and skin as well as boosts your immune system.


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Poultry is rich in vitamin B-6, which your body needs to absorb vitamin B-12. Bone broth is a great source of these nutrients – and it's easily digested.


You can get up to 50% of the recommended daily amount of B-6 from just 100 grams of lean poultry.


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Almonds are high in Vitamin E, a soluble nutrient that acts as an antioxidant and protects cells from free radicals, which weaken our immune systems.


A half cup of almonds provides all your daily requirement of vitamin E.


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Shellfish – such as crab, shrimp, clams, mussels, oysters and lobster – are high in zinc. Zinc helps build more than 100 different enzymes, protecting our bodies from sickness.


Just 4 ounces of crab provides more than 50% of your daily requirement of zinc.

Sunflower seeds

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Along with being rich in vitamins E and B-6, sunflower seeds contain phosphorus and magnesium.


Phosphorus improves digestion, balances hormones and helps repair cells.

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