Protect your body through food
Immunity boosting eating plan
Mostly plants and some animal sources can act like a shield, protecting our bodies from harmful ammunition.
The UK Cancer Research recommends eating a diet high in:
• fruit and vegetables
• wholegrains (e.g. brown rice or wholegrain bread)
• healthy proteins like fresh fish, or pulses (e.g. lentils or beans)
This has been shown to reduce the risk of cancer and may also help to reduce the risk of other chronic diseases.
Fit ‘n’ Tasty menu is created by dietitians and prepared by professional chefs.
You can discover how diet and lifestyle can help support the immune system from breakfast, lunch & dinner to snacks and dessert.
Our Boost Immune Healthy Meal Plan can help you stay fit, keep you in shape and kick sickness/weakness out of your body.
Please see below the sample meals of our Balanced Plan.
Cottage cheese with seeds
Packed with protein and super food nutrients. I've been enjoying this for breakfast for a while. Can't get enough of it!
Fresh fruit salad
Thankfully, this salad falls into the ''simple foods I know'', category, and is nothing short of amazing. I absolutely adore this salad and eat it every chance I get.
Noodle with vegetables feta cheese and sesame seeds.
Veegie noodles are good a gluten-free option for cutting down on the carbs found in pasta, but they also offer a more complete set of nutrients like vitamin A (good for immune system) Vitamin C ( an antioxidant that is good for skin and bones) also vitamin E( good for protecting against heart disease)
Mexican soup with beef.
This mexican soup is nothing short of wonderful.
Beef and vegetables are high of protein and vitamins foods.
Haddock with buckwheat and cabbage salad
A serving of cooked haddock supplies 17 grams of protein, or 34 percent of the daily value if you follow a 2,000- calorie diet.