Your morning coffee may be able to accomplish more for you than just jolt you up. A recent study that was published in the Cell & Bioscience magazine of BMC suggested that consuming one to two cups of tea each day could reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19 and provide protection against other strains of the virus, including the Omicron form.
Numerous COVID variants have proliferated over the world since late 2020. According to recent reports, the Omicron variant has twice as many mutations in its spike protein as the Delta variant, with at least 32 mutations.
Diet, in addition to the newest preventive methods, is vital in fighting COVID infection as COVID-19 boosters change to address the rising number of cases.
According to research, eating a diet high in polyphenols and exercising frequently can modify immune escape characteristics and lower the likelihood of developing severe COVID-19.
But prior research has also shown a link between coffee drinking and a lower incidence of COVID-19.
Studies have identified coffee as a major source of CGA. It is also rich in polyphenolic chemicals such as trigonelline, melanoidins, cafestol, caffeic acid, and chlorogenic acid (CGA).