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NOTE: You can follow these quick fix plans alternately throughout the week.
MEAL QUICK FIX 1 QUICK FIX 2 QUICK FIX 3
Breakfast
ImmuniFruits

A bowl of mixed fresh fruits.

ImmuQuick
Add fresh berries to yoghurt.
ImmuQuick
Have a bowl of cereal, add fresh fruits.
SnSnack 1a
ImmuniMix
ImmuniVeg
Add croutons for additional taste and a bowl of soup if preferred.
ImmuniFruits
Preferred choice of fruits.
Lunch
ImmuniBoost & ImmuniJuice
Grilled skinless chicken with boiled asparagus or broccoli. Add a bowl of soup if preferred.
ImmuniBoost
Smoked salmon with veggies as side dish.
ImmuniVeg & ImmuniJuice
Opt for low fat organic dressings. Add a bowl of pasta salad if preferred.
Snack 2
1 Whole Mango
1 Whole Apple
ImmuniMix
Dinner
ImmuniBoost& ImmuniShake
Croissant tuna sandwich with lettuce and tomato. Opt for low fat organic dressings.
ImmuniVeg & ImmuniJuice
Opt for low fat organic dressings.
ImmuniBoost
Sauteéd skinless turkey with boiled potatoes and vegetables as side dish.
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NUTRIENTS BENEFITS
Omega 3 Fatty Acids They aid in stimulating the immune system and fight inflammation.
Selenium It is an antioxidant that protects the body from free radical damage. It helps activate prostaglandins that are important in regulating blood pressure and dealing with inflammation. It is also vital in the production of glutathione peroxidase, an enzyme that helps detoxify the body and boosts the immune system.
Vitamin A It helps prevent germs, viruses and bacteria from entering your body to wreak havoc on your immune system.
Vitamin B-Complex They help supply more energy to the body as well as boost the immune system. Vitamin B6, in particular, has been proven to increase white blood cells with an oral dosage of 2.1 milligrams per day.
Vitamin C It is essential for a strong immune system as it is required for building new white blood cells. It makes the protein inside the body responsible for killing viruses and germs.
Vitamin D It is a pro-hormone vitamin proven to directly influence over 200 genes to respond to natural threats to your health.
Vitamin E It produces another protein, interleukin-2, that fights and kills bacteria and viruses in the body.
Zinc It helps lower cold and flu symptoms if ingested within 24 hours of the first observation. It has a role to play in immune function along with the protein synthesis.
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FOOD NUTRIENTS DAILY INTAKE SIMPLE RITUALS
Vegetables (Lettuce, Cabbage, Asparagus, Broccoli, Cucumber, Zucchinis, Tomatoes, Carrots)
Vitamin A, C and K
4-5 servings
ImmuniVeg
Mix a variety of vegetables, add organic salad dressing for lunch or dinner.
Boil asparagus or broccoli for snacking in between meals.
Have sliced cucumbers/zucchinis on the go instead of chocolate bars.
Fruits (Apples, Oranges, Grapes, Bananas, Berries, Avocados, Peaches, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Pear, Papaya, Pineapple, Passionfruit, Mango)
Vitamin B, Fiber
4-5 servings

ImmuniShake/ImmuniJuice/ImmuniFruits

Blend fresh fruits as a smoothie/juice or eat on its own.
Meat (Chicken, Turkey)
Vitamin B
Max 2 servings
ImmuniBoost
Sauteéd/Grilled/Smoked/Light-fried (olive oil)
Top with fresh fruits AND/OR
Add organic spices (low in sodium)
Have grains and/or beans as additional dish to meals.
Fish (Salmon, Tuna, Mackeral)
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
Selenium
Max 2 servings
Grains
Carbohydrates
220 g
Beans (legumes)
Carbohydrates, Vitamin B
400 mcg
Nuts (Flax Seeds, Almonds, Walnut, Pumpkin Seeds)
Vitamin B
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
900 mcg
ImmuniMix

Combine a variety of nuts for healthier snacking or on the go. Use as toppings on entrees.

Yoghurt
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
200 g
ImmuQuick

Have milk or yoghurt for breakfast.

Milk
Omega 3 Fatty Acids
3 glasses
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SUBSTANCES THAT ADVERSELY AFFECT IMMUNITY HARMFUL FOOD ADVERSE EFFECTS
Aspartame
Beverages (sugary, soft drinks, soda pops, non fresh juices)
Sugar decreases immune function just ten minutes after drinking it. It can also damage the intestinal tract, which makes it more vulnerable for germs to enter. It also harms neutral cells within the body, making more room for infectious ones.
Caffeine
Beverages (sugary, soft drinks, soda pops, non fresh juices)
Excessive intake of caffeine may disrupt sleep. This lowers immune function.
Ethanol
Alcohol (liquor, beer)
It depresses the nervous system and inhibits the bone marrow's ability to regenerate blood cells. It is also toxic to the liver, depletes B-Vitamins, and causes dehydration. The body needs vitamins and minerals to detoxify alcohol from the body. It is a poison to every system of our body.
Olestra
Goods (potato chips, biscuits, cookies)
It is believed to be a substitute for unhealthy fat found in fried food. But recent studies found that it is equally lethal as these unhealthy fats. It depletes various vitamins in the body like carotenoids which keep the immune system healthy.
Sodium Nitrate
Processed Foods (hot dogs, luncheon meats, bacon)
It lowers intelligence quotient, damages memory, and reduces the immune function system.
Trans Fat
Foods (refined sugar, white bread, pasta, cookies, crackers, potato chips, candies)
They are high in glycemic index. They can rapidly spike blood sugar levels and in turn, lowering your immune system.
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