Remember how you were trying to build up your immunity amidst all that chaos surrounding the pandemic? 

From green tea to Chawanprash, we didn't leave a stone unturned, but again as we go about our lives, that momentary craze to Strengthen Immunity took a backseat!

Well, that’s where we went wrong, no matter what the weather or situation is, disease-causing-pathogens are everywhere. Now , we don’t mean to freak you out, but there are few lurking around you right now as you are reading this.

So, turning into a coughing, sneezing mess doesn’t feature in your regular plans. After all, catching cold or flu too often could begin to ruin all your date plans and exhaust your sick leaves. Achoo. Wait, what are we here for?

Let’s make you strong-from-within, all you need to do is ensure your diet is loaded with immune system booster Superfoods you can snack on anytime, anywhere!

Here you go, Thanks us later for rescuing you!


Shocked to see it here right, Mango is not just the tastiest fruit out there, but it has more to it. This tropical juicy fruit contains beta carotene, antioxidants, potassium, and magnesium, which not only reduce inflammation but also keep blood pressure under control, and the high fibre content relieves constipation. 

From Weight Loss to boosting your immunity,  ‘Aam’ as it is called in Hindi is the undisputed king of fruits, and what better time to have it than this current Mango season. 

Chia seeds

Don’t get fooled by its tiny size, because these tiny black pearls are loaded with high-quality protein, fibre, Vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids that help to improve the overall health of your body and skin. 

Chia seeds can be sprinkled in your salads, soups, shakes, oatmeal, or eat a spoonful of chia seeds for a delicious crunchy on-the-go snack.

Flax Seeds


Whether you are looking for next smoothie mix-in, or a healthy culinary delight, Flax seeds are rich in Omega-3, and fibre and can be really helpful in improving the blood flow, contributing to controlling cholesterol and maintaining heart health. Flax seeds can be grinded into a powder and is a healthy culinary treat can be topped on baked goods, salads, soups and oatmeal, that keeps you satiated whole day long.