Foods Not To Forget In Lockdown

Published on 03/18/2020

With the world in a bit of a state of hysteria, it is important to somehow maintain some send of normalcy in our lives. Being panicked is truly doing nothing but tensing you up, freaking out and also aids in weight gain as well as water retention. These are things we seriously do not need. Eating right, feeling good and ensuring we are still getting the right nutrients is extremely important. We have some essential foods that you have to have in order to stay on top of your game and feeling fabulous.

Foods Rich In Vitamin D

Vitamin D is imperative and an essential in our vitamin composition. In lockdown with the lack of sun and exposure to outdoors, it is important to ensure we are eating enough of the foods that are rich in this. Vitamin D allows for calcium and phosphorus absorption to be maintained optimally. Foods rich in Vitamin D include salmon, mushrooms, canned tuna, sardines, egg yolks and fortified foods such as soy milk and cows milk.


Although not the tastiest, the benefits are exponential of wheatgrass. As a strengthened immune booster and simply packed with goodness. The ingredient has recently become available in powders, pills, and capsules. The benefits of wheatgrass depend on its quality and the way in which it is grown, so ensuring a reliable source is a must. Benefits of wheatgrass include increased blood count, boosts immunity, cleans and detoxifies the body as well as eases inflammation of the colon.


Tea is a wonderful soul soother and can be utilized to fight bacteria with its healing properties. However, the heat of the tea cleanses as well as combats and kills certain bacterial and viruses along the way. It is a great preventative measure and can also be used to calm the nerves and create a lovely sense of warmth.

Antioxidant Fruits And Foods

Antioxidants are a very important and specialized group of micronutrients. Meaning you need minuscule amount ts to receive tons of necessary nutrients. Antioxidants block harmful chemical reactions that occur by the process of oxidation. Foods rich in antioxidants include pomegranate, red wine, green tea, and curcumin. These foods formulate essential aspects of the process in which food is converted to energy and thus, can assist in energy levels and supply.