Every day you have a new opportunity to strengthen your immune system. After all, your immune system cannot run on an empty stomach. It needs nutrients and support as supplied by your diet. A poor diet will only expose the immune system to more toxins. On the other hand, a nutrient-rich diet can boost and strengthen your immune system.
You can boost your immunity one meal at a time. For example, every morning start your day off with a balanced meal that includes lean protein such as whey protein. Although whey protein is usually praised for its fat burning and muscle-building effects, it has also been extensively studied for its immune-boosting properties. This multi-functional, complete protein contains beta-glucans and immunoglobulins. These components support your immune system’s detoxifying abilities. Whey is also involved in raising levels of the antioxidant glutathione. It can enhance the activity of most immune-system warriors—including helper T cells and cytotoxic T cells.
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Boosting your immunity does not have to be difficult. There are plenty of nutrient-rich foods that impart disease-fighting chemicals to strengthen your immunity. Our Green Drink Superfood Powder is a classic example of how easy and tasty healthy nutrition can be. It packs the power of phytonutrients, antioxidants, and detoxifying superfoods such as chlorella in a concentrated powder you can easily mix with pure water.
The more intriguing discoveries we learn about the immune system, the more motivated we are to do our part in keeping it healthy and strong. A complex system like the immune system requires balance and harmony on all levels to produce an effective response to health dangers. Your first line of defense is keeping your diet, lifestyle, and exercise habits healthy and regular.
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