Nutritionists have named foods that must be included in the diet in the fall.
The list includes citrus fruits, herbs, yogurt, peppers and green tea.
Citrus fruits such as oranges or grapefruit are rich in vitamin C, which is well known for its immune-boosting properties.
Adults should get 75 mg of vitamin C every day. You only need to eat one orange or grapefruit.
Greens are rich in vitamin A, which has a positive effect on bone marrow function. In turn, the bone marrow produces immune cells.
Every day, for health, you need to consume 700-900 mcg of vitamin A. This amount of vitamin is found in one cup of raw spinach or a cup of cooked kale.
Red bell peppers are recommended for their vitamin A, C and beta-carotene content.
Yogurt is essential for the body due to its high protein content. When bones are healthy, they keep bacteria and viruses out.
In addition to protein, most yoghurts contain bacteria that improve the health of the gut microbiome.
Green tea is a great antioxidant. This drink prevents cell damage.