COVID-19 Diet Plan For Recovery

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COVID-19 Diet Plan

Recovery Diet From COVID-19– COVID-19 Diet plan, Good food intake and nutrition is the most important method for a good recovery from COVID-19. Good nutrition is all about making your immune system healthy enough to fight such a deadly virus. It is known that even with very few symptoms, it does affect our body after getting recovered. Therefore it is most important to intake a good amount of high in vitamins and minerals food. This deadly virus as we all know is too infectious and can cause severe damage to our lungs. Before it breaks our body’s stamina to fight it is most important to eat healthily and inappropriate quantities too.

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COVID-19 Symptoms include headache, diarrhea, breathing problems, raw throat, etc. When a person is suffering from diarrhea that’s when it is really important to take care of the quantity of food intake. According to National Health Service, intake of minerals, vitamins, and proteins are the most important for fighting against the virus. Researching and finding ideas of several nutritionists here are the whole day intake of food given for one’s recovering from COVID-19.

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Early Morning

Morning is the most important part of the day, it is when a person is fresh as well as needs food intake which is healthy. In the morning it is advised to have 5-6 soaked almonds and 4-5 raisins with a glass of hot milk.

Mid Morning

Consume more of liquids such as coconut water, beetroot juice or amla juice. In the fruits one can include kiwi, orange, apple, papaya, pineapple.


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, anyone goinf for a good healthy diet should never skip breakfast. In the breakfast one can include Poha, Idli Chutney, Oats, paneer or egg. Paneer and egg are found to be most preffered for curing COVID.


Jeera rice, Ajwain roti, Rajma, Gajar Matar sabzi with a bowl of fresh curd. Or egg rice, Ajwain roti, Methi aloo, dal (of your choice) with a bowl of curd. Or vegetable daliya, chickpea with a bowl of curd.

Post Lunch

Minimum 2 dates can be eaten at this time, dates are high in fibre, it has high disease-fighting antioxidantes.


Herbal tea with sweet potato/chickpea/rajma/corn/sprout chaat and any fruit of your choice.


Moong dal khichdi with vegetables. Or rice chicken vegetable bowl or garlic Roti with paneer bhurji and mixed vegetables.


One can have Turmeric milk or turmeric and Black pepper water in the night before going to sleep, it will help you sleep properly.

Remmember to intake more of calories as while fighting with disease, our body becomes tired and weak. Adding calorie-dense foods to your diet is necessary at this time to get back to the form. Try to drink at least 2-3 litres of water every day. You can also consume herbal concoction, coconut water, milk and fresh juice. Avoid packed juice, caffeine and fizzy drinks.

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