Boost Your Immune System
The immune system is made up of a variety of organs, glands, and systems all of which are interdependent.
Your whole body is designed to do its part to make sure you are on your game 100 percent of the time. Stress sabotages your immune system because it creates an acid pH in your body; pH is the measure of alkaline (like baking soda) and acid (like vinegar). Our body is typically in an acid state because the byproduct of muscle metabolism is lactic acid. Continuous, relentless stress means a lower or an acid pH. A lower or acid pH depletes minerals and vitamins and therefore needs to be balanced.
For example, calcium is needed to literally glue cell membranes together protecting the body from foreign invaders like viruses. When you have deficient calcium, the cells are vulnerable, and the membrane junctions are easily penetrated. People who have anything from the “flu” to walking or “viral” pneumonia tend to be under stress and may be blood Type A which historically have poor digestion and lack of calcium.
Have you noticed that the “flu” season starts earlier every year?
The season starts with trick-or-treat night, which starts sugar season and will end around the Easter holiday. Sugar compromises the immune system by depleting minerals in the body, which are needed to fuel the warrior cells.
We use several products to help you create a foundation and base for optimal function.
You want to avoid stress as much as you possibly can. I would strongly encourage you to eat vegetables, which tend to help you maintain a “healthier” alkaline state to keep the acid under control.
The immune system can be compromised from the micro-trauma of daily living; lack of sleep, too many commitments and not enough time, processed food, toxic water, stress, and genetically engineered food. It wise to take care of the immune system before it is near exhaustion. I would recommend:
- Bio-Immunozyme Forte; 3 daily supporting the entire system
- ADB5 Plus; 4 daily to support adrenal function
- Bio B with C; supporting cell and nervous system function
I would encourage you to be mindful of what you are also doing in the realm of sleep, food and beverage intake.
Rest is a time of rebuilding, worrying uses up vital minerals and vitamins, having a loaded day planner creates stress and the acid pH you want to avoid.