6 Lifestyle Tips To Strengthen Your Immune System
Get 7-8 Hours Of Sleep
Daily ExerciseThe link between regular exercise and improved immune function is undeniable. Moderate exercise not only helps your immune system find and deal with pathogens in the short term, it also helps to slow the changes that happen to the immune system with age. Moving your body at least 30 minutes a day is all it takes to enjoy the benefits.
Spend Time In NatureIn addition to reducing anxiety, improving sleep, and helping you get the vitamin D your body needs, spending some time each day out in nature has been shown to boost your body’s immune function.
Manage Chronic StressWhile moments of stress are a perfectly natural, and even healthy, part of life, chronic stress has been shown to dampen immune function. That’s why it’s so important to give yourself time every day to destress. Whether that’s through meditation, yoga, or an evening routine with a mug of Golden Superfood Bliss, do something that brings you peace every day. *
Prioritize Nutrient-Dense FoodsOur diet is how every system in our body gets the nutrients needed to function properly, and the immune system is no exception. Make sure you’re eating a varied diet full of wholesome, nutrient-dense foods to give your entire body the fuel it needs.
Support Gut HealthThe connection between immune health and gut health has become clear over the last several years. In addition to eating a diet rich in both soluble and insoluble fibers, incorporating a high-quality Probiotic can also help improve gut health. The active strains in the Earth Echo Probiotic support a diverse gut microbiome and help keep the immune system strong to help provide defense. * Our body’s immune system is incredibly powerful and complex, but strengthening it is actually quite simple! Take charge of your immune health by incorporating the tips above and choosing a Probiotic packed with 12 active super-strains to support optimal gut health. Grab yours here! *
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