Looking for ways to boost your immune system?
You might have been doing it all along! Here are 5 ways to boost the immune system that you may have already been doing but can learn more about their benefits and why they do.
Keep Plants At Home
Plants help purify the air, removing toxins, adding oxygen and moisture. Some great plants to keep indoor are Aloe Vera, Spider Plants, and Chrysanthemums.
Consumer Fresh Ginger
Ginger is an antioxidant, contains magnesium, iron, zinc, and calcium and can kill cold viruses. It is a great immune system booster. Try it as tea or a cold-pressed immunity shot that can be store-bought from health food stores.
Consume Fresh Tumeric
Tumeric’s healing property, Curcumin helps boost your immune system and fight off viral infections and respiratory problems. Make a Tumeric tea by boiling grated Tumeric or powder if you don’t have fresh, with honey and lemon or make a Tumeric latte which is the same but with milk (any kind) instead of water and can also be the main ingredient in a cold-pressed immunity booster shot, can be found at Alosra supermarkets.
Load Up On Vitamin C
Consuming Citruses like fresh orange juice, lemon squeezed into cold water and red peppers which are so rich in vitamin C are good ways to boost the immune system since vitamin C is an antioxidant that fights free radicals and helps the production of white blood cells, which helps boost the immune system.
Mushrooms are overwhelmingly incredible for the body. Shitake and Reishi have vitamins, enzymes, and minerals such as vitamin B, D, and selenium that do wonders for the body’s immune system.