Wednesday, March 9, 2011

5 Steps To A Super Immune System

By Jim Strongly

1. Improve your diet

You'll want lots of fruits and vegetables. These contain
the antioxidants that you want for your body to fight free

Eat lots of fish and flaxseed. These contain the good fat
that you want to eat: omega-3 fats. Omega-3 fats are the
healthy kind of fats. These will help your immune support.

Reduce your intake of sugary foods. Studies have shown that
sugar negatively impacts your immune system.

And finally, don't forget to drink plenty of water. But you
don't want sugary drinks. Sugary drinks will decrease your
immune support.

2. Get moderate exercise for immune support

Moderate exercise helps yours T cells. You should shoot for
moderate exercise 3 to 4 times a week for immune support.

Vigorous exercise such as running could potentially harm your
immune system. In fact, runners are more susceptible to
illnesses such as the flu.

3. Reduce stress levels for immune support

If you're stressing you're hurting your immunity. Relax.
People who are stressed have heart attacks. I'm sure this
is a road that you don't want to go down.

Reducing stress is simple. And it will positively increase
your immune support. To decrease your stress try to
meditate, yoga, or deep breathing.

4. Sleep and hygiene

Doctors have been telling us for years now that in order
to avoid colds and other illnesses the number one thing we
can do is wash our hands. It doesn't seem like we have been
following what the doctors have told us.

Get your sleep. Another thing doctors been telling us for
years that eight hours of sleep is what we need.

5. Try some herbs and supplements for immune support
Some good supplements to try out are vitamin C, astralagus,
echinacea, and elderberry. The reason I say try is because these
supplements have different effects on different people. But
a lot of people swear by these as a way to boost your immune

Recently, doctors have been touting the benefits of another
supplement known as glutathione. Glutathione is the body's
number one antioxidant. So anyway you can boost this will
definitely help your immune support.

If you follow these simple five steps, you will find that
you have boosted your immune support, just like that!

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