Protein For Better Immunity

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The Coronavirus pandemic has compelled us to rightly put health first. But in addition WHO recommendations from WHO to use disinfectants, wear masks, wash hands andpractice social distancing, one of the best defenses against any such health risk is to build a strong immunity through proper nutrition and a balanced diet.

The Right To Protein initiative introduced ‘Protein For Better Immunity’ as a reminder citizens to consume adequate protein for better health, healing and recovery.

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“One way to build your immunity is by including proteins in your diet. Proteins are one of those essential macronutrients that help to build a stronger immunity apart from contributing to muscle growth and development. So, one must ensure to fill at least 1/4th of your plate with protein-rich foods for every meal, as a general guideline to meeting our daily protein requirements, says Nmami Agarwal.”

“It is no secret that the first line of defense against diseases is a robust immunity system. And to build that a lot depends on a healthy diet. As proteins play a key role in building immunity, one must ensure to consume at least 1/4th of your plate with protein-rich foods for every meal, as a general guideline to meeting our daily protein requirements.”

“Immune system is our defence mechanism against infections. We need to give the protein its due credit for the role it plays in an individual’s overall health, especially building immunity, as both vegetarian and non-vegetarian sources of protein are choices for healing and recovery. To boost immunity as well as overall health, regardless of the source, protein consumption needs prioritisation as global health concerns have recently shown.”

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