Boost your immunity and beat Omicron with these natural drinks

By Tasso Konia
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Your diet and exercise regime both play a vital influence on your general health and well-being. When dealing with the third wave of pandemics generated by the Omicron strain, it is even more important to develop your natural defense system. When you combine the necessary nutrients into your diet with regular meals, physical activity, adequate sleep, and water, as well as holistic activities like yoga and meditation, you may significantly improve the health of your immune system.

Ayurvedic practitioners advocate spices such as cinnamon, turmeric, cloves, pepper, mustard, coriander, cardamom, cumin, and black pepper for improving immunity. While consuming them on a regular basis can be quite effective in both preventing Covid and recovering from the infection, we may not be aware of how to incorporate them into our diets.

There are a variety of ways to obtain them. You may use them to flavor curries and milk, as well as to give flavor to coffee and tea. When you make intriguing beverages out of spices, such as cinnamon-flavored chocolate milk, turmeric latte, Tulsi tea, Masala chai, and other herbal teas, spices are no longer dull.

Kanika Malhotra, celebrity nutritionist, weight loss specialist, and founder of Health Astronomy, has provided recipes for several immune-boosting beverages that you may consume to help strengthen your immunity.

1. Turmeric latte

Turmeric has an active compound called curcumin which has an anti-inflammatory effect on the body and provides a good defense system against diseases. Having a turmeric latte is one option to give your immunity a super-boost.

How to make it

Boil two tbsp of water, two leaves of tulsi, and once it reaches half the quantity, add 200 ml milk to it.

Add 1 small piece of cinnamon and fresh-cut turmeric (don't powder), 1 elaichi, 1 clove, 2 strands of Kesar saffron, and 1 black peppercorn. Boil for 7-8 mins on low flame.

Spices are not boring anymore when you add them in beverages like turmeric latte and cinnamon-flavored hot chocolate

2. Halim or aliv seeds drink

The long-lost immunity booster is also known as Garden Cress, aliv seeds, or Halim seeds. This superfood can promote overall health and well-being by providing loads of nutrition. These tiny seeds are packed with iron, protein, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, and folate.

How to make it

You can soak 5-6 seeds overnight in 1 cup of water and drink empty it on your stomach. You can also mix them with yogurt or buttermilk.


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