This article was created in partnership with Alison's Pantry
With winter in full swing, colds and flus are doing the rounds. This is the perfect time to eat well to help keep the whole family well. Eating wholefoods, packed with valuable vitamins and minerals, is a great way to support your body through the cold weather.
The Alison’s Pantry self-selection department in New World supermarkets is bursting with goodness. With a huge variety of wholefoods including nuts, seeds, grains, legumes and dried fruit, now is a good time to start scooping to boost your immunity.
In Alison’s Pantry, you’ll find a great range of high-quality, delicious products like cashews, sunflower seeds and goji berries that contain nutrients which help build a healthy immune system. They make ideal pantry staples and you can scoop the exact amounts you want from the self-selection bins. Try these delicious ways to add immunity boosting foods to meals.
Contain selenium which helps build a healthy immune system. Delicious when used as a crunchy topping for warming winter curries.
Walnuts and Sunflower Seeds
Contain copper which helps build a healthy immune system. Try adding walnuts to a stuffing for roast chicken. Sunflower seeds are tasty toasted and then tossed through your favourite winter salads.
Contain vitamin C. Goji berries are scrumptious sprinkled over cereal, porridge or yoghurt.
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