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The immune system plays a key role in protecting the body from infections and various diseases, and maintaining it requires following a healthy lifestyle, including proper nutrition, good sleep and regular exercise.

In a report published by the American "Insider" website, writer Rachel Macpherson reviews some healthy habits that should form part of the daily routine to boost the immune system and fight disease.

Eat fruits and vegetables
Osteopathic physician and functional medicine specialist, Lisa Baller, stresses that the diet should include enough antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that boost the immune system through eating fruits and vegetables.

The best fruits and vegetables that provide these nutrients are red and yellow apples, potatoes, cherries, grapes, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin, as well as mangoes, tangerines, green kiwis, broccoli, and olives, as well as lemons, pears, bananas, and pineapples. They also include blueberries, Cabbage, cabbage, raisins, broccoli, dates, as well as coconut, nuts, and sauerkraut.