5 Strategies To Boost Immune System

advice Oct 01, 2020

Even with the new numbers the CDC put out showing the virus is not as deadly as once thought, it is still top of mind to take action steps to make yourself resilient and harder to kill.

The best way to do this is to focus on your immune system. Your immune system fights infections, and viruses. It is a system that highly coordinates your organs, cells, and proteins into a highly advanced defense system.

I used to think sleep deprivation was a badge of honor as a result for hard work. I looked up to people like Grant Cardone, and The Rock for their seemingly in-human ability to work with little sleep.  After reading the book "Why We Sleep" by Matthew Walker my views changed. It is such a pillar to good health, and no one is immune to sleep deprivation. Despite what I used to think.

To me it is very interesting to notice how many people realize sugar links to bad health with diseases like obesity and diabetes but fail to recognize the connection with the immune system which directly impacts your immediate health. Health experts range in opinion on how much should be consumed. The range is 5% to 10% of total calorie intake. I personally would aim for the lower end of the range.

Tip: To reduce a sugar craving, try 5 gram of L-Glutamine. This is I tip I learned from Jonny Bowden, Ph.D

According to the Environmental Protection Agency indoor environments are 5 times more toxic than outdoor environments. Not only that,  by being outside we are exposed to low level pathogens that our immune system can progressively adapt to, making it stronger. Being outside also exposes you to fresh air and sunlight which also contributes to a healthy immune system.

Staying hydrated will keep your body's ability to eliminate toxins and other bacteria at an optimum level. It does this by fully supporting the lymphatic system which is what is responsible for removing the waste and toxins. I recommend drinking 1/2 your body weight in ounces (Example: 200lb person would drink 100 ounces.)

Most people think of exercise as a way to lose weight or at least keep it under control. But exercise also contributes to a healthy immune system. It does this by promoting good blood circulation which greatly enhances the immune systems ability to move freely through the body to do its job faster and more effectively.

The most important thing to remember, is to take ownership of your life and be responsible by living a healthy lifestyle. Focus on doing these 5 things consistently, and you will greatly improve your immune system which will help you fend off illnesses, like the cold, flu, and covid.

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