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Immune-Boosting Myths That Can Actually Affect Your Health

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Once we found out that the new coronavirus can cause complications in people with a weak immune system, people around the world have begun to believe a lot of myths in order to boost their immune system, without realizing the risks they take. While there are some innocent myths, such as eating garlic, others can adversely affect your health, such as doubling your vitamin C intake by taking supplements. 

That being said, let’s better understand the function and properties of our immune system. Your immune system is essential for your survival because it can protect your body from contracting certain viruses and bacteria, or in other cases, to fight off infections. The healthier and stronger our immune system is, the more the viruses will stay away from us and won’t cause complications. 

So, here are some myths about immune boosting foods that can actually affect your health. Read on to find out more useful info!

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