Sameera Reddy Credits These Foods For Her Post Covid Recovery; Here’s Why You Must Eat Them Too

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Actress Sameera Reddy, along with her two kids Hans and Nyra, had tested positive for COVID-19. Now that she has recovered, Sameera took to Instagram to share some tips with her followers on gaining back strength post COVID. She has made a reel with a caption that speaks about COVID recovery diet, and other important practices like taking sunlight for 15 minutes and practising pranayama , shravasana and deep breathing. The actress suggested natural energy-boosting food options and also advised to have a good sleep.

Sameera Reddy Recommends Dates, Soaked Raisings, Jaggery And Khichdi For COVID Recovery

Sameera Reddy shared some post-COVID recovery tips on Instagram that helped her with the weakness. Taking to Instagram, the actress stated, “Post-COVID recovery tips that have helped me especially with the weakness . Please feel free to share anything that has helped you too.” Under “How to tackle post covid weakness”, Sameera suggested the following:

  • Coconut water
  • Dates / Kala jamun
  • Soaked almonds /raisins overnight
  • Amla / lime juice
  • Fresh fruit
  • Add Jaggery & ghee after meals
  • No refined/processed foods
  • Eat wholesome foods like pulses, khichdi with veggies
  • Sleep sleep sleep
  • Controlled screen time especially before sleep
  • Slow walks, no intense workout
  • Take Sunlight for 15 minutes
  • Pranayama , shravasana, deep breathing


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The actress further stated, “It’s ok to feel emotional. Share your feelings. Most importantly take time to heal.” Speaking about the tips, she said, “This definitely helped me. Get well soon. Stay strong.” Saunf, Jeera & Haldi Powder Key To Building Immunity Against COVID-19, Advises Doctor

Also Read: Centre Issues List Of COVID Immunity Foods; Dark Chocolate In The List

Government Shares Sample Meal Plan For COVID-19 Patients

The Government of India has shared a sample meal plan for the virus affected patients, that includes the following:

1. Start the day by consuming soaked almonds and raisins. Almonds are a rich source of protein and raisins provide a good amount of iron

2. For breakfast, ragi dosa or a bowl of porridge is the best option

3. Jaggery and ghee recommended during or post-lunch or have this nutritious combination along with roti

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4. For dinner, have a simple khichdi as it includes all the essential nutrients, is light on the gut, and helps with good sleep

5. It is important to stay hydrated; apart from water, you must include homemade lime juice and buttermilk in your daily routine


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