Food that boost your immunity

This article was published on June 2nd, 2020

Boosting our immunity is a must these days, especially as life starts to go back to normal in Bahrain. Read on for 10 super foods that can help boost your immunity.


What do you reach for when you have a cold? Vitamin C! There are a number of fruits with a high concentrate of the vitamin, which includes oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits, clementine and tangerines.

We’ve always heard people say that garlic helps fight against viruses – and that’s still true! Garlic has a number of immunity boosting assets, thanks to the high amount of sulfur found in garlic.


One of the many reason why broccoli is a superfood is that they are packed with vitamins A, C and E. It is also a packed with fibers as well, which is an anti-oxidant. It is best to eat broccoli raw, or cook it as little as possible, to get the most out of their nutrition.

Red bell peppers:

Do you know that red bell peppers have 3 times the amount of vitamin C than oranges?

Filled with vitamins K and C, kiwis are some of the best immunity boosting fruits available! They are also rich in folate, essential nutrients and potassium.

Another superfood, spinach has a lot of nutrients in them, as well as folate, which helps the body make new cells, and repairs DNA as well. It is a great source of antioxidants and fiber.


There’s a reason why everyone tells you to drink ginger when you’re not feeling well, because it is filled with antioxidants and is also a great immunity boosting good.

Not only does watermelon help cool you down, but they also have a high concentrate of glutathione. This helps boost your immunity and fight against infections.

Yogurts and other diary products includes probiotics, which helps prevent treat and prevent a number of illness, and also boosts your immunity at the same time.

We always tend to forget about the important of Vitamin E when it comes to boosting our immunity, but it is very important for your overall health. Nuts in general are a great source of Vitamin E and healthy fats.

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