As we head into the cold and flu season, people are constantly curious as to what they can do to boost their immune system function to prevent harmful viruses and infection. Today, Dr. Nick Wilson and Dr. Traci Gross give you tips for how to strengthen your immunity in order for you to stay healthy.
This week’s episode is a more in depth version of episode 26 – Building Immunity Through Your Nervous System. Listen to episode 26 here: https://maxliving.com/podcast/episode-26-building-immunity-through-your-nervous-system/
The most important factor to building immunity is to look at what you’re doing on a daily basis. For example, if you’re eating foods which harm your body such as sugar, your immune system is going to suffer as a result. Since we don’t get all the nutrients we need from food, Dr. Nick mentions a few nutraceuticals that you can take to help prevent infection in your body: Vitamin D3 + Probiotic, Vitamin C, Zinc+, and IM Support.
Studies have shown that low amounts of Vitamin D are correlated to increased risk of infection, therefore making it a necessity when it comes to building immunity. Dr. Nick recommends Vitamin D3 is taken with a probiotic to “help with absorption in the gut.”
For more information on Vitamin D3 + Probiotics, click here: https://store.maxliving.com/products/vitamin-d3
Vitamin C is an antioxidant, improving the production of white blood cells while also reducing the duration of illness. Dr. Nick mentions to take Vitamin C alongside Quercetin, to assist in actively fighting infection.
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Zinc is another supplement which can be associated with a reduced immune system function if you don’t get enough of it.
Read about Zinc+ here: https://store.maxliving.com/products/zinc
IM Support helps to provide a blend of immune supporting nutrients such as echinacea or elderberry.
Learn more about IM Support here: https://store.maxliving.com/products/im-support
By investing in these high-quality products now rather than waiting until you get sick and opting for sub-par products later, you’ll be more prepared and equipped to fight infection.
When you do get sick though, it’s important to take the necessary supplements to assist your body in warding it off with: Vitamin A, Glutathione, and Curcumin.
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