Eating nourishing foods rich in certain vitamins can help your immune system fight off illness. Most of the time our immune system does its job to keep us healthy, however, if the system sometimes fail to protect us it might result in illnesses and diseases. When this happens our body needs help in the form of vitamins and other immune-boosting nutrients. There are five most important vitamins down below...


 1.   VITAMIN C

 Vitamin C also called ascorbic acid is an essential vitamin for humans. Nourishments plentiful in nutrient C incorporate oranges, grapefruits, chime peppers, spinach, kale, tangerines, strawberries, and broccoli. Everyday intake of nutrient C is basic for acceptable wellbeing in light of the fact that your body doesn't deliver or store it. As an antioxidant vitamin C fights free radicals in the body which helps prevent heart disease and promotes healthy aging.

2. VITAMIN A

Vitamin A is important for the maintenance of bones, vision, and reproduction. The most common concern with vitamin A deficiency is blindness. Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that can be found in 2 forms: retinol (animal-based foods) and carotenes (plant-based). It can be found in green leafy vegetables, meat and dairy products, and in yellow or orange fruits. A recommended amount of vitamin A to be consumed daily is 700mg in women and 900mg in men.

3. VITAMIN E

Vitamin E is an antioxidant. Good sources of vitamin E include vegetable oils, leafy greens, margarine, nuts and seeds. Vitamin E helps the blood to the right consistency and not too thick. It is really good to help keep your muscles strong and it reduces cramps. It prevent gangrene, dilation of capillaries, it helps heal burn and soften scars.

4. VITAMIN B

Usually, nutritional supplements of Vitamin B pack all 8 vitamins into one pill. B-complex vitamins contain the following: Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B8 and B12.

Vitamin B helps to convert food into energy, is needed for self-growth, normal neurological function and production of red blood cells. In pregnant women demand for B vitamins, particularly B12 and B9 grows to support fetal development.

5. VITAMIN D

Vitamin D is responsible for the absorption of calcium and phosphate, it is produced by the body exposed to sunlight. Lack of this vitamin can lead to rickets (when bones soften and become deformed). Vitamin D deficiency usually occurs when you do not get enough of the sun. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in very few foods, added to others, and available as a dietary supplement.