Boosting Natural Immunity

Published on 26 September 2023 at 14:10

Boosting Natural Immunity

—Jill Fandrich, PharmD, CRPh


Boosting natural immunity is essential for maintaining good health and protecting your body against various infections and diseases. Here are some effective ways to boost your natural immunity:


1. Eat a balanced and nutritious diet - A healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats provides the body with essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that support immune function. Include foods like citrus fruits, leafy greens, garlic, ginger, and yogurt, which are known for their immune-boosting properties.


2. Stay hydrated - Drinking plenty of water helps flush out toxins from the body and keeps the immune system functioning optimally. It also helps in the production of lymph, a fluid that carries immune cells throughout the body.


3. Get regular exercise - Regular physical activity supports the immune systems by promoting good circulation, reducing stress levels, and improving overall health. Aim for at least thirty minutes of moderate exercise most days of the week.


4. Get adequate sleep - Quality sleep is crucial for maintaining a strong immune system. During sleep, the body repairs itself and produces immune cells that help fight off infections. Aim for seven to eight hours of uninterrupted sleep each night.


5. Manage stress - Chronic stress can weaken the immune system, making you more susceptible to illnesses. Find healthy ways to cope with stress, such as practicing deep breathing exercises, meditation, praying, yoga, or engaging in hobbies you enjoy.


6. Limit alcohol consumption - Excessive alcohol consumption can impair the immune system and make you susceptible to infections. Drink alcohol in moderation or avoid it altogether for optimal immune health.


7. Quit smoking - Smoking damages the immune system and increases the risk of respiratory infections. If you smoke, quitting is one of the best things you can do to boost your immune system.


8. Maintain a healthy weight - Obesity can negatively impact the immune system, increasing the risk of infections. Aim for a healthy weight through a balanced diet and regular exercise.


9. Practice good hygiene - Regular hand washing, especially before meals and after using the bathroom, is crucial in preventing the spread of infections. Additionally, avoid close contact with individuals who are sick and practice good respiratory hygiene by covering your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. Avoid touching your face if possible when your hands are not thoroughly washed.


10. Add supplements - While a healthy diet should provide most of the necessary nutrients for immunity, certain supplements like vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc, quercetin, and probiotics, when added to your regimen, may help support immune function.


11. Avoid unnatural chemicals - Vaccines are unnatural substances that contain more harmful products and chemicals than your body cares to ward off, such as aluminum, other metals, and spike protein factories. Avoid vaccines and choose to boost your body's best defense system naturally, which is your own immune system. Illicit and unnecessary drugs should also be avoided as they are seen as foreign objects to your body.


12. Detox - Consider detoxifying your body to eliminate the toxins in your body. Many toxins can be released from your body by submerging yourself in a soothing detox bath, including appropriate internal hydration. To counter the negative effects of the metals and spike proteins found in vaccines, a specific spike protein detox regimen can be utilized. 


Consult with a healthcare professional before starting any supplements. Remember, boosting your natural immunity is a holistic approach that involves several lifestyle factors. Incorporating these habits into your routine can enhance your body's ability to fight off infections and stay healthy in a natural and safe way.


True health comes not from seeking external remedies but from nurturing and boosting your natural immunity.

—Dr. Jill

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