The best bet to avoiding downtime with the flu is to build up your health and immunity year round, not just during flu season. Support your immune system’s natural defensive functions… work on eating right- minimize your SUGAR intake, get plenty of exercise and sleep…and fill in the gaps with high quality dietary supplements!
Here are 3 tips of my simple tips to help you strength your immune system and prepare for the cold and flu season!
Get a Lifeguard—- Multivitamins help in many ways when it comes to strengthening your immune system. With all the dieting and living a healthy lifestyle, you are your own worst enemy. With such a fast-paced world, knowing what’s healthy and what isn’t can be confusing. Of course, we all know fast-food restaurants and those deliciously fried food aren’t healthy for us, but they are quick and easy. The problem is that those foods and many others don’t allow us to take in the right amount of nutrients. In fact, one would have to eat an extensive amount of food, and thus negate those healthy benefits. So, multivitamins help balance everything out and One-Per-Meal Lifeguard™ is one such product.
Lifeguard™ is packed with about two-dozen nutrients to help battle free radicals (naturally produced toxic waste within the body) which damage the immune system, and thus can lead to more health risks like cancer. The antioxidants target the free radicals and help reduce them to provide a stronger immune system and a healthier you. After all, it’s much cheaper to purchase a bottle of multivitamins for a month’s supply rather than accumulating hospital visits and bills. Make the proactive choice today to create a healthier you by adding a multivitamin to your diet and save time and money at the same time. I have used a multivitamin for over 20 years and I firmly believe it’s the best value for your health.
Get more VitaminD3 from —Sunlife™ Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)to be specific is very important and bettered absorbed by the human body to support the immune system. Vitamin D, vitamin C, and zinc are essential for preventing respiratory infections of all kinds. In fact, a respected Japanese study* This study suggests that vitamin D(3) supplementation during the winter may reduce the incidence of influenza A, especially in specific subgroups of schoolchildren Some say that this study concludes that vitamin D3 was as effective as vaccine in preventing flu, including pandemic flu.
According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), most people need to take 1000–5000 international units/day of vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). But there is considerable variation from person to person. The vitamin D blood level should be measured before taking vitamin D supplements or increasing solar UVB exposure. Vitamin D levels should also be measured a few months later.
Vitamin D may support the immune system in the following ways:
- Reduce the risk of diseases that affect the brain (cardiovascular disease and hypertension)
- Provide antioxidative mechanisms
- Regulate calcium levels
- Regulate the immune system
- Enhance nerve conduction (signals)
- Helps rid body of toxins
Wash your Hands.… Most flu infections occur via hand-to-mouth, hand-to-nose, and hand-to eye transmission. Most aerosol particles produced by coughing and sneezing quickly settle out onto objects in the environment. People touch their faces hundreds of times per day, usually without noting it or realizing it.
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Randomized trial of vitamin D supplementation to prevent seasonal influenza A in schoolchildren. This study suggests that vitamin D(3) supplementation during the winter may reduce the incidence of influenza A, especially in specific subgroups of schoolchildren. This trial was registered at https://center.umin.ac.jp as UMIN000001373.