Novel Coronavirus (nCoV): Everything about immunity boosting food
What builds immunity?
People are currently attracted to products which can safeguard them from the virus infection. Immunity is majorly influenced by one's lifestyle, which embraces factors such as nutrition, physical activity, sleep and emotional health. Vitamins and supplements are one of the most vital foods purchased during the outbreak of the virus since they are great immunity boosters. Several health foods firms, especially in China observed an increase in demand for immunity boosting products and dietary supplements along with face masks and sanitizers.
What are the immunity boosting foods?
A diet rich in vitamins and minerals, herbs and superfoods such as broccoli, kales, mushrooms will enable to develop and boost immunity. In addition, the consumption of dietary supplements such as probiotics, vitamin supplements, are regarded beneficial for digestive health and immunity since they help to generate antimicrobial weapons to fight the virus and bacteria. Furthermore, people especially in the Asian countries such as India, are turning towards the new-age Ayurveda brands for immunity boosting beverages. This includes beverages such as herbal tea, immunity boosting shots and other similar which are directly extracted from plants and herbs. Several brands such as Auric, Himalaya and e-commerce platforms such as Grofers and Milkbasket, have witnessed a surge in sales with regards to coronavirus distresses.
Global demand for supplements and immune boosters
In the midst of the COVID-19 mayhem, numerous supplement manufacturers experienced preeminent sales. The Chinese brands, namely Banlangen and Xiao Chaihu, which provide health products catering to the prevention of fever, cold and respiratory symptoms, experienced higher consumption among the population. Likewise, the New Zealand health food brand Comvita, observed robust online sales of its immunity boosting products globally. The sales of most health products were achieved through e-commerce attributing to consumer's preference for home delivery instead of supermarket visits.
Similarly, with the fear of shortages, people are focusing on the consumption of non-perishable food sources to obtain highest level of nutrition. For this reason, they are stockpiling food products such as cereals, bars, snacks and dietary supplements as well. This has caused short-run demand boost among several food and beverage brands.
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