Taking vaccinations and staying healthy will protect the immune system, but infections are still inevitable. Perpetually, we are exposed to organisms that are ingested, breathed or stay on our skin. Depending on the strength of the body’s defense mechanism or immune system, these organisms might or might not lead to diseases.
Our relationship with food will influence our health outcomes and quality of life. sunflower and pumpkin seedsWhat we choose to eat day to day, week to week and year to year, can create either radiant good health and well-being or accelerate the aging process and induce preventable diseases.… Read More Eating for Better Immunity, Part 2
Nothing trumps eating well for improving one’s immune system response and overall health. mango-papayaA diet that includes lots of fruits and vegetables speeds up the rate at which humans heal, fight off infections like colds and flu, and even decreases one’s risk of becoming ill in the first place. … Read More Eating for Better Immunity, Part 1