Vitamin A rich foods

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One of the most important ways to improve your chances of surviving the ebola virus, or avoiding infection in the first place, is to have a strong immune system. Vitamin A is a key nutrient that our body needs for overall health, but it is also an important antioxidant that can rid our body of outside pathogens and boost the strength of the immune system. Vitamin A is also readily available in many foods, including sweet potatoes, carrots, squash, apricots, melons and many other fruits and vegetables. This is by no means a cure, but it can help the body fend off the viral infection and lower the severity of your symptoms. Protection Status
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