1) Focus on immune boosting foods (citrus, peppers, garlic, ginger, spinach)
2)Vitamin D plays an important role in activating T Cells. Probiotics assist with T lymphocyte
production. Vitamin C helps prevent and alleviate infections caused by bacteria and viruses.
3) During rest your immune system releases inflammation and infection fighting cytokines and creates more white blood cells.
4) Research shows any type of exercise boosts circulation and numbers of natural killer and T cells. Dance, walk, bike, hike, whatever you enjoy doing.
5) Stress will negatively impact your immune response and therefore managing it any way you can will assist with keeping your immune system running optimally. Exercise, playing music, walking in the woods, stretching and breathing, yoga and meditation are great options.
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Lehla Moran is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who specializes in chronic pain and fatigue. She performs health and stress assessments at Salt Wellness and can help you find the best practitioner/treatment for your needs.