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Improve Your Immunity For Winter

Thanksgiving has passed and, now, winter is on its way. Yeah, we heard your groan from here. You can't deny it's coming through – the days are getting shorter, the temperature is dropping and we can still taste the stuffing and gravy from our Thanksgiving feast. It's inevitable. The worst part about winter besides the cold is the sickness in the air. No matter who you are, at some point, you will get a cold. Thankfully though, there are ways to help boost our immune systems to fight off the worst of the symptoms and keep you in good shape all winter long.

Supplement your lifestyle with probiotics and prebiotics. With so much of your immune system located in your stomach and your mouth, it's easy to make a connection between a strong immune system and your microbiome. Taking an oral probiotic, or using a probiotic toothpaste, is a solid way to incorporate a good boost into your routine. Nutriair Immune is an easy to use and great-tasting addition as well. You will be surprised how quickly it works and how effective it is at giving your immune system that extra shove it needs.

Your immune system is incredibly fragile when it comes to changes in your diet. For your body to function properly it needs to be packed with some of the following vitamins and minerals:
  • Vitamin A 
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Folic Acid 
  • Copper 
  • Iron 
  • Zinc  
Fresh pressed juices are a great way to make sure you are giving your body what it needs to function properly. Try combining both fruits and veggies together to make a powerhouse cocktail that will send any virus running in the opposite direction scared. Different combinations will allow your body to absorb and reap the full benefits. Now is the time that you should be focusing on your immune system like it's your day job. No one likes to be sick, even though missing work is always a bonus, and really there is nothing better than being holed up in bed with soup, watching movies in between naps. Don't let the sickness drag you down this winter – start focusing on your immune system health now.