Looking to make improvements to your food and drink habits? Look no further.
Know your nutrition
There isn’t any concrete evidence yet to link specific diet with reducing the likelihood of catching the virus or lowering the severity of how it may affect you. But we do know that a healthy lifestyle, such as eating a nutritious diet, getting adequate physical activity, sleeping well and managing our stress levels, will help to boost our immune system. And this can only be a good thing if we were to pick up any bugs, not just Covid-19.
Eating well means eating regular meals and trying to avoid snacking or drinking too much sugary drinks. There are significant benefits to your mental wellbeing in having a routine, so consider how you can work meal planning and eating into that. Plus, we're social creatures, so if you're able to eat meals together, sitting down together as a household or watch will also have a positive impact on your mental wellbeing.