Here's how to nourish your immune system

Eat at least 2.5 cups of a variety of fresh vegetables every day to ensure your body stays in the best of health. — Filepic

The Covid-19 pandemic remains a formidable challenge worldwide, underscoring the need for us to continue practising good habits to combat the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

An individual’s nutritional health – influenced by factors like age, gender, overall health, lifestyle and medication use – is a key factor in weathering any infectious disease.

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