Health Materials For Improving Immunity (I) Immune health has always been a concern of consumers. Nutritional health products related to improving immunity usually sell well, but it is not easy to persuade consumers to buy such products every day. Most consumers do not talk about immune health every day. Many people think of the need to strengthen their own immunity only when they are in poor health or have a fever or cold. In February 2020, the severe form caused by "coronavirus" once again focused people's attention on "immune health". The selection of the Quick Guide for Diagnosis and Treatment of novel coronavirus Pneumonia formulated by the expert group of Tongji Hospital at the first time mentioned: "For people with poor immune function, such as the elderly, pregnant women or people with liver and kidney dysfunction, the disease progress is relatively faster and the severity is higher". That is to say, under the same objective conditions, individuals with strong immunity are less likely to be infected by the virus. On January 31, 2020, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued the Guidelines for Public Prevention of Pneumonia Caused by novel coronavirus: Interim Guidelines for Dietary Nutrition, which explicitly mentioned the role of nutrient supplements and supplementary foods. Dietary nutritional supplements are selected to ensure adequate intake of trace elements and vitamins, especially zinc, vitamin A and other immune related micronutrients, as well as vitamin C, E and other micronutrients with strong antioxidant capacity. In addition to vitamins and minerals, what other natural functional raw materials play a role in immune health? Echinacea Echinacea, also known as Echinacea, is the most commonly used plant medicine for immune health in Europe and America. Its traditional edible history can be traced back to the era of original inhabitants of the American Plateau. With the increase of research, the effect of Echinacea purpurea has been confirmed by more studies. For example, more and more studies have shown that echinacea can help prevent and treat upper respiratory tract infections caused by cold and flu. But at present, a big problem faced by Echinacea purpurea in clinical application is that there are too many sources and varieties of Echinacea purpurea preparations commonly used. For example, there are mainly 3 types of, Echinacea purpurea, Echinacea austifolia and Echinacen pallida are commonly called Echinacea purpurea, Echinacea angustifolia and Echinacen pallida, and their use sites are different from root to leaf to flower. At the same time, there are different methods of use. You can use dry roots, dry leaves, fresh juice, etc. In 2007, a comprehensive analysis published by the Lancet Journal of Infectious Diseases showed that echinacea could reduce the risk of common cold by 60%; The University of Connecticut analyzed the results of 14 studies. One of the studies found that echinacea combined with vitamin C could reduce the incidence of cold symptoms by 86%, and alone could reduce the incidence by 65%; A large study released in 2012 showed that echinacea could shorten the duration of the common cold by 26% and reduce the number of relapses by 60%. This study was a gold standard randomized, double-blind, parallel controlled study involving 755 patients.
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