Immunity-Boosting Tips during Coronavirus Social Distancing

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Playing Drs. Rx: Beat the Winter Blues with Fruit-Filled Shot of Health

The Doctors are sharing some of our best shots of health that may help you stay healthy and possibly boost your immune system while being cooped up in your home as we practice our best coronavirus preventive practices and proper social distancing.

READ: Targeted Cleaning Tips to Combat Viruses

With all of the unsettling news, it very understandable if you are feeling down and blue. For a possible to your mood, try our fruit-filled recipe (featured in the video above) that includes strawberries, kiwis, and bananas. This fruit-filled shot might give you a much-needed distraction and momentarily make you feel like you're on summer vacation!

Another Drs. shot (made with lemon, carrots, and ginger) can help you feel your best and possibly help to boost your immune system, which we could all use right now!.

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Feeling run down or extra tired? This shot made with apples, oranges, bananas and a pinch of cayenne can help you fight fatigue and give you a burst of much-needed energy. 

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And if you feeling extra tired when you wake up, this shot of heath (packed with beets, carrots,  pineapple, and lemon) just might be what you need to get your day going.

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Get even more healthy recipes featured on The Doctors, which can help pass the time while we practice social distancing and make your quarantine time a little easier, here!

READ: Work from Home Tips during the Coronavirus Pandemic

*Stay informed on the latest information on the coronavirus from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization and learn about prevention methods and what to do if you are infected.

 

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