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Nutritious food,vitamin C,liquids etc help kids avoid getting sick from viruses.Does it mean by not coping with it they dont develop respectiv imunity?

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Dr. John Chiu
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
3 doctors agree

In brief: No proof

I have not found any proof that any of the above measures prevents viral infection.
Nutritious foods may not benefit the immune system directly per se, but they help to provide the body the resources to do a better job in defending against outside invaders. Immunity against a virus can only occur after one's infected or vaccinated against it.

In brief: No proof

I have not found any proof that any of the above measures prevents viral infection.
Nutritious foods may not benefit the immune system directly per se, but they help to provide the body the resources to do a better job in defending against outside invaders. Immunity against a virus can only occur after one's infected or vaccinated against it.
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Dr. Brad Goldenberg
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Be specific

Immunity is a complex interaction of environmental challenges that stimulate the body's natural defenses to improve its capability to respond to both specific and general challenges to invade and weaken it.
All the support measures you mention strengthen each own person's innate immunity to make it better adapted. Not 'coping' with it can protect integrity, but health is in some ways genetic

In brief: Be specific

Immunity is a complex interaction of environmental challenges that stimulate the body's natural defenses to improve its capability to respond to both specific and general challenges to invade and weaken it.
All the support measures you mention strengthen each own person's innate immunity to make it better adapted. Not 'coping' with it can protect integrity, but health is in some ways genetic
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