Why Do People React Differently To Coronavirus?

  1. T-cells, which are lymphocytes that originate in the bone marrow and grow in the thymus gland. Just note that T-cells fight not only viruses, but bacteria and cancerous cells too. They also remember the last antigen that invaded your body, so they provide immunity to specific antigens in some cases for life. Make sure you realize the importance of these lymphocytes.
  1. Chicken soup. The old addage that chicken soup fights cold is true. It is anti-inflammatory because it prevents inflamed white blood cells from clogging the bronchial tubes. The broth works like a cough medicine, by keeping mucus thin so you can throw out easily.
  2. Garlic. It contains allicin, which only forms when you crush or chew a garlic. Therefore the more you crush or chew, the more allicin you form. Allicin elicits response from white blood cells that fight certain coronaviruses such as common cold and flu. The National Institute of Health has several studies that show the benefits of garlic on cold viruses. However the World Health Organization (WHO) clearly states that : “Garlic is a healthy food that may have some antimicrobial properties. However, there is no evidence from the current outbreak that eating garlic has protected people from the new coronavirus.” So while garlic may not prevent the new strain of SARS-Cov-2, but it’s main compound allicin is likely to trigger an immune response if you catch it.
Source: World Health Organization



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Wasim Uz Zaman

Wasim Uz Zaman


Web 3.0 enthusiast. 2x Freight-Tech Founder. Investor in beauty-tech. Trader for the last 10 years. Bangladeshi for the last 32.