African Indigenous Bioactive Foods and Herbs Episode 1126 MAR 2023
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(ABSTRACT) With over 6 million coronavirus pandemic deaths, the African continent reported the lowest death rate despite having a high disease burden. The African community’s resilience to the pandemic has been attributed to climate and weather conditions, herd immunity, repeated exposure to infectious organisms that help stimulate the immune system, and a disproportionately large youth population. In addition, functional foods, herbal remedies, and dietary supplements contain micronutrients and bioactive compounds that can help boost the immune system.

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Frazzoli C, Grasso G, Husaini DC, Ajibo DN, Orish FC, Orisakwe OE. Immune System and Epidemics: The Role of African Indigenous Bioactive Substances. Nutrients. 2023; 15(2):273.

African herbs, Moringa oleifera, Achyranthes Aspera, Artemisia, Garcinia kola, Fermented milk, Indigenous Bioactive Substances, Garcinia kola, new castle disease virus, herpes simplex virus, Epstein-Barr virus, hepatitis B virus, camel milk,

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