Every Radisson Hotels employee around the world is a firm believer of the Yes I Can! spirit, the key pillar of our organization. These hospitality professionals guarantee our guests a unique experience when staying with us, especially when it comes to the quality of food served at our renowned restaurants.
If you’re not staying with us right now or any time soon - do not worry! To help you enjoy the same hospitality experience from the comfort of your home, we have asked our Chef Rakesh Sethi to share with us his best food tips to build your immunity. Rakesh is one of India's top celebrity chefs, and the corporate head chef for the India region of Radisson Hotel Group.If you want to learn more on how to best use these ingredients, check out our blog on Super Breakfast ideas to add a twist to your usual morning meal. Read on and don’t forget to add your favorite foods to your shopping list!
Half a teaspoon of turmeric in a glass of milk has great healing properties and helps fight infection. It also contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
A hot concoction of ginger juice with honey and lemon mixed in a glass of water is very useful to cure sore throat, common cold and helps improve digestion.
3. Citrus fruits
Fruits such as oranges and lemons are the best sources for Vitamin C. Since our body cannot store Vitamin C, it is essential that is consumed daily. A glass of warm water with lemon juice and honey is a good way to ensure a daily dose. Pair your orange juice with a hearty breakfast and you'll be ready to start your day!
4. Red bell peppers
These too are a great source of Vitamin C and beta-carotene that keep skin and eyes healthy.
Almonds are rich in fiber, protein, magnesium and vitamin E. These can be eaten raw or roasted.
Easily available and rich in calcium, vitamin A, iron, dietary magnesium and antioxidants that are important for a healthy immune system.
Apples are a rich source of fiber and essential vitamins like A, E, C and D. Do ensure to wash the apples thoroughly before consuming.
It has been known for its medicinal values since time immemorial. Allicin is the main active ingredient in this vegetable, which helps the immune system fight common flu and cold.
Rich in fiber and containing vitamin A, C and E, it’s best consumed when parboiled.
10. Green Tea
It is a powerful source of amino acid and antioxidants. It is very easy to prepare and helps to flush out harmful toxins.
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