Diet and immmunity

Eat more fruits and vegetables to improve your immune system. Five or more portions of fruits and vegetables daily significantly increase antibody response

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Fast food fever: reviewing the impacts of the western diet on immunity

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Diet and immune function

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Aspects of gut microbiota and immune system interactions in infectious diseases, immunopathology, and cancer

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Contribution of selected vitamins and trace elements to immune function

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The impact of diet on immunity and respiratory diseases

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Dietary habits bursting into the complex pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases: the emerging role of salt from experimental and clinical studies

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Studying the impact of nutritional immunology underlying the modulation of immune responses by nutritional compounds – a review

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Potential role of nutrients on immunity

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Diet and immune system

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Western lifestyle and immunopathology of multiple sclerosis

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The immunomodulatory effect of green tea (Camellia sinensis) leaves extract on immunocompromisedWistar rats infected by Candida albicans

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Consumption of the total western diet promotes colitis and inflammation-associated colorectal cancer in mice

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A high-sugar diet affects cellular and humoral immune responses in Drosophila

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Sodium chloride triggers Th17 mediated autoimmunity

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Is too much salt harmful? Yes

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Towards a food pharmacy: immunologic modulation through diet

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Probiotics and immunity

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