Why is Eating Healthy Food Crucial at This Point of Time? Read on

After getting infected with coronavirus, the body needs more protein-rich and nutritious food. People who are infected with the covid-19 virus need to work on building stronger immunity. This is possible only if they have a healthy diet followed by other health choices. What we eat right now is linked with preventing, fighting and recovering from Covid-19 infection.Also Read – 7 Most Important Nutrients to Eat During Pregnancy

There is no guarantee as to what food will prevent getting affected by Covid-19. However, the inclusion of these food groups is important to support and build immunity. Also Read –

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Healthy foods right in front of us all this time

By Kev Kurdoghlian

Signal Staff Writer

Eat healthy. It’s easier said than done.

A search for healthy food options online may lead to phrases like “superfoods,” “powerfoods” or something similarly catchy.

Despite the label “superfood,” not all “superfoods” are super for you, said Natalie Dalessio-Gruneberg, a clinical registered dietitian at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital.

“’Superfoods’ is actually a marketing term. There is no science on the word ‘superfoods,’” said Dalessio-Gruneberg, who teaches nursing students about diet at College of the Canyons. “That being said, there are foods that are really good for you because of their components.”

Food like coconut

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Nigerian man tastes Indian food for the first time at US eatery. His reaction is now a viral video

A Nigerian man visited an Indian restaurant in the US and tasted Lamb Vindaloo for the first time. The video has gone viral on social media.

Nigerian man tastes Indian food for the first time at US eatery. (Photos: Ling & Lamb)

Nigerian man tastes Indian food for the first time at US eatery. (Photos: Ling & Lamb)

A Nigerian man tasted Indian food for the first time at a restaurant in the US state of Connecticut and was so impressed that he offered to pay double the price for the dish. Taccara Rae and Lamboginny, an influencer couple, shared a video of their experience of relishing Indian dishes on their Instagram account called Ling &

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Black-owned Shoreline coffee shop vandalized for third time within nine months

Black Coffee Northwest has been hit three times in nine months. Previously, vandals threw Molotov cocktails at the building and drew racist images on the walls.

SHORELINE, Wash. — As she walked into work Friday, MaeLea Willis, manager of Shoreline’s Black Coffee Northwest, locked the door behind her, with one question going through her mind.

“Why? Why would you want to put so much energy into trying to destroy something that does nothing but build the community up and focus on nothing but positive things?” Willis wondered. 

Sometime overnight someone smashed one of the glass doors at Black Coffee

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