Activities to Boost the Immune System

Looking for things you can do to give your immune system a boost? Here are three activities that support your immune system!

Eat Nutrient Rich Foods

Healthy eating to boost your immune system

Nutrient-rich foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and legumes are high in vitamins and antioxidants.

Antioxidants aid in the neutralization of free radicals, which if left unchecked can cause oxidative stress. Removing toxins through proper detoxification, while taking supplements high in antioxidants combined with healthy diet and exercise allows the immune system to thrive.

Fiber also plays an important role in supporting the immune system. Fiber nourishes your gut microbiome, which is your gut’s colony of beneficial bacteria. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, 80% of your immune system begins in the gut! Healthy gut microbiota can boost your immunity and help the body maintain peak immune responses.

Get Enough Sleep

Sleep and immune health are inextricably linked. In fact, poor sleep has been proven to significantly weaken the immune system. A study of 164 healthy people found that those who slept less than 6 hours per night had weaker immune systems than those who slept 6 hours or more each night.

Getting enough sleep will boost your natural immunity and give your body the energy it needs to keep you healthy. When you are feeling unwell, you may need to sleep more to help your immune system recuperate.

Adults should strive for seven hours of sleep every night.

Take Your Supplements

While a healthy and nutrient-rich diet is best for the immune system, many people find it hard to get everything their body needs from food alone. Dietary supplementation provides nutrients that may be missing from your diet.

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Resources:

https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/research/advancements-in-research/fundamentals/in-depth/the-gut-where-bacteria-and-immune-system-meet