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5 Foods to Help Boost Your Immunity

With recent events, our team at Main Course Market wanted to take a moment to recognize five of Earth’s natural immunity boosters. Sure, they’re not a cure-all solution, but doing your part to protect you and your family’s health is more important than ever. Whether you’re cooking Sunday dinner or looking for healthy corporate catering in Massachusetts, our team is here to help!

In this article, we’re taking a look at five common ingredients that can be easily consumed without the hassle of changing your diet. Why would you want to consume the below mentioned? Well, because they’re all known for their immunity boosting properties!


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Believe it or not, broccoli is one of the healthiest vegetables you can serve your family. Loaded with minerals and vitamins A, C, and E, as well as several antioxidants and fiber, this veggie is a must have! However, the key to maintaining high nutrient levels is minimal cooking. If you can tolerate raw broccoli, this is the best way to consume the vegetable. If you prefer your veggies cooked, steam your broccoli for as short as time possible.




Among the several health benefits that garlic provides, immunity boosting comes from its heavy concentration of sulfur-containing compounds. For instance, allicin if found when garlic is chopped or minced. This compound offers several antioxidant benefits while providing inflammation reduction properties.


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Going back to our childhood, spinach went hand in hand with Popeye – so how does this vegetable not make the list?!? Not only is spinach rich in immune boosting vitamin C, but it is also loaded with antioxidant and beta carotene. This infection-fighting, immune-boosting vegetable is similar to broccoli when it comes to the cooking process. Cooking spinach as little as possible will ensure optimal amounts of benefits are retained.


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There’s a reason mom told you to eat chicken soup went you weren’t feeling well. Chicken is high in vitamin B-6, which is a key component for red blood cell formation. However, bones may also be used to create broths for mineral-rich soups that are helpful for gut and immunity health.



Red peppers

Fun fact: red bell peppers contain double the amount of vitamin C than any citrus fruit. Not only is vitamin C imperative to boosting a healthy immune system, but it also helps maintain healthy skin and hair! The fun doesn’t stop here; red bell peppers also contain beta carotene.


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At Main Course Market, we offer a variety of prepared foods, a superior butcher selection, as well as private and corporate catering in Massachusetts. Fully stocked and here to serve, stop by our store today!