Healthy habits can have a significant impact on your health in a lot of positive ways. Your immune system is a complex network of cells, tissues, and organs. Together they help the body fight off infections and other diseases. Although our immune system always strives to keep away foreign invaders, what makes us sick is a combination of environmental exposure and our level of resilience.
Our diet and the food we choose to fuel our body is extremely important to keep a strong immune system. We encourage you to create wholesome habits in your lifestyle and see how much better you feel. Eating right and following general good-health guidelines is the single best step you can take toward naturally keeping your immune system working properly and the ability to fight off infections.
Here is a list of 20 immune-boosting foods:
2. Dark Chocolate
4. Fatty Fish
7. Matcha Green Tea
8. Chili Peppers
10. Citrus Fruits
13. Olive Oil
19. Sweet Potatoes
20. Sunflower Seeds
It's always important to exercise regularly, get enough sleep, minimize stress, and avoid alcohol and drinking in moderation to keep that immune system boosted. Need something included in your daily regimen for better sleep and to reduce pain and stiffness? We have just the thing you can add for some self-care! Our Therapeutic Bed Setis infused with far-infrared emitting minerals. The fabric emits far-infrared rays keeping muscles, joints, tendons, and ligaments supple and relaxed. The bed set helps harmonize bodily functions safely and naturally, stimulates recovery time, promotes blood circulation, increases oxygen flow, and ultimately reduces pain and stiffness. It can be used by itself or underneath a fitted sheet for best results.
Incorporating wellness into your daily routine is an excellent way to feel better daily and promote overall health.
It’s that time of the year again. The time when families gather, food is prepared, we celebrate our country's freedom, and yes - fireworks. For the non-animal family, it's just another day to celebrate; however, those of us with animals can feel the anxiety coming way before that first boom of those beautiful fireworks.