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5 Ways to Give Your Immune System a Boost 

by Jonathan Gravel
5 Ways to Give Your Immune System a Boost

Your immune system is super important for keeping you healthy and happy. Not only does it help you ward off viruses and germs, but it also produces white blood cells that help attack awful diseases from spreading. While western medicine tries to take the place of your immune system by providing you with antibiotics and other medicines, nothing tops the power and strength of your immune system.

But keeping it strong and healthy is a tall task for some, considering the diets that most people have. Most people have diets that consist of nothing but meat and breads, and this is not good for anybody. Without any nutrients that your immune system can use, it’s getting weaker and weaker by the day. Eventually, you may succumb to an awful illness that you may not recover from.

If that sounds scary, here are 5 ways to boost your immune system’s strength so you don’t have to worry:

Eat a Diet Rich in Vegetables, Fruits, Whole Grains, and low in Saturated Fats

This is the perfect diet, and not just for increasing your immune system’s strength. A diet like this is able to keep your skin healthy, hair healthy, your organs healthy, and just about anything else inside of you.

Your body loves being fed food that it can use, and it rewards you by giving you glowing, radiant bodies that look and feel great.

Don’t Smoke 

This may be obvious, but smoking is one of the biggest factors for why people have poor immune systems. The constant smoking depletes your blood cell’s oxygen levels, and they need to work that much harder as a result.

This results in a severely weakened immune system. This is why children get sick more often when around smokers.

Get Enough Sleep

If you’re only getting 5-6 hours of sleep per night or less, this is simply not enough sleep to keep your immune system in optimal health.

By under sleeping, your body is not getting the rest it needs to repair any damage you did to it the day before, and this snowballs until your body can’t handle what’s being thrown at it.

Lower Your Weight

Being fat has also been shown to reduce your immune system strength, and this is because your organs are essentially being strangled by the fat that surrounds them, and this hurts your ability to fight infections and illnesses.

Control Your Blood Pressure

Your blood pressure controls the flow of blood throughout your body. Not only does a low or high blood pressure mess with your equilibrium, but it also lowers your body’s ability to fight off germs.


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