Could N-Acetylcysteine Serve As A Potentially Beneficial Agent For Patients With COVID-19?

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N-acetylcysteine is classified as a dietary supplement. It is an acylated form of the semi-essential amino acid cysteine. Cysteine is a sulphur containing amino acid which can become essential in certain conditions, such as regeneration of wounds or recovery from an infection. The amino acid is typically found in protein-rich foods such as turkey, chicken, cheese, eggs, yoghurt and sunflower seeds. It can also be found in legumes and other meats. One of the dietary supplement versions of cysteine is
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Vitamin C And Infectious Diseases: Can Supplementation Aid Prevention Or Treatment Course?

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Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that aids in many processes. It is an essential nutrient that is neither produced nor stored by the body; daily intake is recommended to ensure the body is getting enough. The many benefits of regular vitamin C intake include management of high blood pressure, prevention of iron deficiency, and protection of memory and cognitive function. One system that reaps many benefits from vitamin C is the immune system. It protects against diseases by aiding
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Recipe Of The Month: Lentil Curry Patties With Tomato & Coriander Salad

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Loss of taste and smell due to COVID19 is common. Good nutrition is one of the best ways you can support your body when recovering from viral infection. This is made so much easier when you maintain your appetite through the pleasure of eating. Meals strong in taste and beautifully decorated like this month’s recipe suggestion are perfect for this kind of appetite stimulation.   Ingredients  (makes roughly 15 lentil patties) 200g of red lentils 1 red onion 4 cloves
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Vitamin D And COVID-19 – Current Knowledge Of Potential Connections

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With the rampant spread of COVID-19 across the globe and the death toll rising over two million, many people are trying to find ways to prevent catching the virus. People have also been heavily focused on staying as healthy as possible to fight off the infection in the event that they do happen to contract it. There have been copious amounts of information circulating providing tips and ideas to help prevent infection or grave consequences of catching COVID-19. Some of
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MakeWell’s ImmuneSupport Supplements: Why Boosting Your Immune System Is Crucial

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Having a strong immune system can make all the difference between being healthy and being susceptible to illness and chronic disease. The immune system is the body’s first line of defence against any invading pathogens that may come to harm your health in a big way. There are two aspects to the immune system: the innate and the acquired. The innate system is the one you are born with and it is non-specific in nature. This means that it doesn’t
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12 Vitamins & Compounds That Can Improve Cognitive Function

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Since cognitive function is vital in performing any task proficiently, it’s crucial to take care of your brain health. It is typical for cognitive function to decrease as part of the natural aging process; however, there are certain things you can do to help improve any declines in brain ability and slow down the natural loss of memory, information processing or decision-making. How can I improve my cognitive function? To improve your cognitive abilities, it’s best to start with some
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How Optimism Can Boost Immunity

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The importance of the immune system cannot be overstated. It is the first line of defence against illness and disease, and if it isn’t functioning at its best, the body is open to various threats that can compromise the health of every other bodily system. Although the immune system tends to change throughout one’s life, especially during the natural aging process, it can stay healthy relatively easily if it’s being fed all the right things. Diet, exercise, and proper hygiene
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Awesome Long-Life Fruit & Veg That Can Be Stored Throughout Winter

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Storing vegetables throughout the winter months can pose some problems that are hard to avoid. For vegetables and fruits to stay fresh after harvest, they need ideal conditions. What makes it even more difficult is that different products require different conditions. Things such as temperature and humidity both need to be taken into account when storing produce for the cold winter months. How do you store vegetables over winter? There are three specific conditions that can be used to store
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Recipe Of The Month: Tricolour Quinoa & Warming Green Savoy Cabbage Pan

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Cold days mean cravings for cosy, nutrient-dense comfort foods, like our delicious and fulfilling Tricolour Quinoa & Warming Green Savoy Cabbage Pan! When it comes to winter superfoods, nothing quite stand out like cruciferous cabbage and kale. Despite being rich in nutrients and fibre, these kings of convenience are also cheap to buy, quick to prepare and enjoy a really long shelf-life in the fridge!   Ingredients (~4 portions) 350g green savoy cabbage, washed and chopped into bite sized pieces 350g
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5 New Year’s Resolutions For People With Chronic Illness

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As a new year begins, the scent of change is often in the air. It’s almost obligatory to make some sort of goal for yourself when the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve. For many, those goals include losing weight, eating better or quitting unhealthy vices. For those living with chronic illness, the idea of making goals is just as enticing as it is for the next person, but it’s important to take health limitations into account. Setting attainable
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