When you’re under the weather, eating may be one of the last things on your mind.

Chicken soup Chicken soup has been a sick-day staple for generations. It's an easy-to-eat source of vitamins, minerals, calories, and protein, which your body may need throughout disease recovery.

 Broths Like chicken soup, broths are excellent sources of fluid and electrolytes that can be helpful when you’re sick. When hot, they may also help relieve sinus congestion.

Garlic Garlic provides many health benefits and has been used in herbal medicine for centuries.

Coconut water Coconut water is an ideal beverage to sip on when you’re sick. It’s rich in electrolytes, which need to be replenished along with fluids when you’re vomiting, sweating, having diarrhea, or running a fever 

Hot tea Tea is a favorite remedy for many symptoms associated with colds and the flu.

Honey Honey has some antibacterial properties and, in fact, is often used as an antiseptic wound dressing for cuts or burns 

Ginger Ginger is utilised in cuisine, herbal medicine, and home remedies for its anti-nausea benefits. It relieves pregnancy and cancer-treatment-related nausea.