A Good Diet To Improve Your Immune System

“In studies of cold transmission, people who are chilled are no more likely to get sick than those who were not, The New York Times says. “It may be that cold weather keeps people indoors, where germs are more likely to catch up with you.”


2020 has proven to be a year of extremes in terms of our health and daily habits.  The world went on lock-down to protect us from the new deadly virus, and now as restrictions are being relaxed, we are faced with a new normal of prevention.  Fall will arrive in the next month followed by winter.  The colder seasons are usually related to an increase in colds and flu.  As the quote above shows, it is not the temperature that causes illness, but being inside with others that leads to infections.  Today I am starting a small series on ways to improve your immune system.

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Orange Tumeric Boost – Support Your Immune System

It’s January and flu season this winter has been one of the worst in years. According to the January 6th 2018  weekly influenza surveillance report from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the flu is already widespread in 49 states and it has killed over 100 people so far, including 20 children. If you haven’t gotten a flu shot, I strongly suggest you do. I also suggest you wash your hands throughout the day to eliminate germs and watch your diet to support your immune system. Avoid sugar and add more cinnamon, turmeric, and ginger to your diet.



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