Concerned about Coronavirus?? Start with Self-Care! Part 2

Following on from supporting our external defences in Part 1, we now look inside to focus on.....

Feel Good Food!  - Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables - its just that simple! 

We all know our 5 a day helps us get an array of beneficial vitamins and minerals, but here's a few to be sure to get in your diet to help support us from the inside out -


    Polyphenol rich foods (particularly anthocyanidins and flavonoids).  These include:
       - Blueberries
       - Red Grapes
       - Pomegranates 

    And yes, for those of you that enjoy it, red wine is made from red grapes, as well as     polypehnols also being found in yummy dark chocolate (70%+)

    Beta-glucans - if you dont have access to reputalbe mushroom supplements such as      Reishi (Ganoderma lucidicum) try adding the following to your dishes:
       - Shiitake (Lentinula edodes)
       - Mitake
       - or other mainstream varieties 

    Whilst there is no direct evidence linking their beneficial effect when eaten instead of     taken in supplement form, they're pretty tasty and very versatile so worth giving them a     go!

    Vitamin C - it's not all about the oranges!  Vitamin C is found in lots of other       delicious fruits and vegetables such as:

       - Broccoli, Cabbage, Spinach, Watercress and Kale
       - Peppers and Tomatoes
       - Strawberries, Kiwi Fruit, Raspberries, and different varieties of Melon

    Zinc - as this important mineral is involved in many of the bodies processes, including      the immune syste, it's a great one to add in when you can by adding some of the      below into your diet: 

       - Carrots, Cauliflower and Cucumber
       - Potatoes and nuts such as Brazil nuts, Peanuts and Walnuts
       - Sardines, Chicken and Liver

So whilst its wet and gloomy outside, get the cook-book out and enjoy eating yourself well!

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