Additional Ways to Boost
Your Immune Systemm
Avoid junk foods
and other commercial, processed foods.
Avoid physical trauma,
fatigue and the psychological stresses associated with our fast-paced
modern lifestyle, which deplete the body’s vital nutrient
Avoid the use of
prescription drugs where possible.
Avoid the excessive
use of stimulants such as nicotine, caffeine and sugar. Seventy-five
years ago, the average person consumed 5 pounds of sugar a year.
Today, the average consumption of sugar is up to 175 pounds
each year. The excessive intake of sugar alone can cause severe
mineral depletions and directly compromise immune efficiency
by stimulating the overgrowth of Candida Albicans yeast.
Get plenty of rest.
by drinking plenty of water and eating a high fiber diet. It
is believed by many that disease starts in the colon. It is
vital for good health that metabolic waste be fully eliminated
on a regular basis.
some regular exercise. Moving the body on a regular basis
will enhance the lymph system, which is part of the immune system
and is critical in the removal of toxins from the body. Exercise
also increases circulation, tones the cardiovascular system,
brings additional oxygen into the body, and improves appetite,
digestion and elimination.
Get plenty of fresh
air and sunlight
your diet and nutrition. Along with pure air, natural sunlight,
pure water, proper elimination, sufficient exercise and plenty
of rest, what one eats is critical in relation to immune efficiency.
Eat plenty of dark green, red, and yellow vegetables and fruits.
Minimize the amount of refined carbs and increase good sources
Drink plenty of
clean, pure water throughout the day
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