Role Of Vitamins For Mono (Mononucleosis)

Vitamins are most essential for good physical as well as mental health. It is an important nutrient that should be a part of our daily diet. The right amount of vitamins in our daily diet helps relieve many disease symptoms like the mono symptoms.

Given below vitamins are important for mono: –

Vitamin B-12

Vitamin B12 also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin that increases red blood cell production improves nervous system function, strengthens your immune system, repair damage tissues, aids in the healing process. The recommended daily dosage for vitamin B12 is 2.4 mcg for teens and adults. Foods rich in vitamin B12 included rainbow trout, milk, plain yogurt, beef liver, top sirloin beef, eggs, chicken etc.

Vitamin C

Vitamin c is water-soluble antioxidant that strengthens your immune system and protects your body against damaging free radicals that can cause mononycleosis, according to Steve Blake author of the book” vitamins and minerals demystified”.

Blake explains that vitamin c also hydrates your body repairs damaged tissues.

Daily dosage for vitamin c is 1000 mcg for teens and adults. Foods rich in vitamin c include black berries, lemons, limes, oranges to mottoes etc.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that regulates your immune system soothes a sore throat, reduces former repairs damaged tissues. Vitamin D also increases energy levels.

Foods rich in vitamin D include orange juice, milk, eggs, tuna fish etc.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a fat soluble antioxidant that improves immune system function and protects tour body forms infections, viruses, diseases and toxins vitamin E also repairs damaged tissues, relives a sore throat, decreases inflammation, reduces fevers and aids in the healing process. Foods rich in vitamin E include wheat germ oil, peanut butter, corn oil, broccoli, tomatoes, mangoes etc.


These all vitamins are important for mono food diet. and these all foods are useful for covering these all vitamins.