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The Best Foods To Ease A Sore Throat if you Have Coronavirus

A sore throat is a common symptom of cold, flu, and other viruses, such as the current COVID-19 and it can be really painful. As well as drinking lots of fluids it is important to eat fruits and vegetable that will help you get better.

We take a look at the best foods to ease a sore throat if you have contracted a virus.


Watermelon is a great source of hydration, which can often occur when you have a cold or virus. Drinking plenty of water alongside water-rich foods such as watermelon and cucumber will be beneficial.


The A, C and potassium found in carrots have healing properties and will boost your overall health so that your throat pain eases


Turmeric has natural anti-inflammatory properties that will help reduce swelling in the throat and the glands. Turmeric can easily be added to salad and fruit bowls or taste great in a smoothie or as a shot.


Ginger can help clear sinuses and reduce the amount of mucus if your sore throat is in relation to a cough and cold. It can also help with the nausea that sometimes occurs when we are feeling rundown.


Pomegranate contains astringents which can help reduce the swelling in the throat and are also packed with antioxidants that help boost your immune systems ability to fight off a sore throat


Blueberries contain very high amounts of anti-oxidants which help the body to fight off free-radicals that cause disease.

All of these foods can be added to a healthy smoothie from Naturewell Juice Bar LA. We can make a custom smoothie or you can choose one of our immune boosting cold-press juices that are carefully prepared and served.


Naturewell Juice Bar understands the importance of your health and well being, which is why we are a brand that you can trust. While we are awesome at creating natural and healthy fruit and vegetable based recipes, we are not health experts.


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