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N-Acetyl CysteineN-Acetyl Cysteine is an important amino acid and antioxidant that stimulates the formation of reduced glutathione.*
Micellized Vitamin A
Vitamin A is an important nutrient for vision, immune system function, bone and cartilage development, and the maintenance and repair of epithelial tissue
Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C
Lypo-Spheric™ Vitamin C, liposomes filled with Vitamin C are transported directly into the bloodstream, and into the cells, making it a high performance supplement for a healthy cardiovascular, reproductive, immune, and nervous system.*
This high-potency formula is the only medicinal mushroom combination product sold in North America that is made exclusively from hot water extracts.
Potency is not compromised by adding ground up mushrooms or unextracted mycelium biomass.
Part of the Immune Booster Protocol, Colostrum capsules are all natural, nutraceutical grade colostrum that contains 90 known health-promoting components, including antibodies, immunoglobulins, antioxidants and growth factors that support the immune system, intestinal tract, and healthy cellular integrity.
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Immune System Support
The immune system is critical to health. It keeps the body alive and functioning in the midst of a world full of potential diseases like viruses, bacteria, fungus and parasites. Pathogens can enter the body in a multitude of ways and it is impossible to avoid all potential exposures. A healthy immune system is the best defense against acute exposures and also for long term protection against chronic illnesses like cancer and autoimmune disorders.
Diet is critical for immune health. Real, nutrient dense foods provide the body with the vitamins and minerals it needs to support the immune system. Processed foods and environmental toxins depress the immune system and leave the body vulnerable to infection.
|Immune Builder||JHS Natural Products||Its constituents activate the immune system ( e.g. alpha-glucans, beta-glucans, ergothioneines, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory sterols, lipids, glycosides, and mycoflavonoids)||One to two capsules twice daily on an empty stomach|
|Lypo-spheric Vitamin C||LivOn||Boosts the immune system, anti-viral||One to five packages daily on empty stomach|
|Colostrum 100% Pure New Zealand||Douglas Laboratories||Contains 90 known health-promoting components, including antibodies, immunoglobulins, antioxidants and growth factors that support the immune system||Take one capsule, on an empty stomach, one to three times daily|
|NAC||Used by the liver to form glutathione, the body’s primary antioxidant that’s critical for immune health||Take one capsule daily|
|UltraFLora Balance||Metagenics||long-term support of the immune system||One capsule one to two times daily|
|Zinc Citrate||Bio Pure||Supports immune response||Take one to two capsules daily|
|Micellized Vitamin A||Klaire Labs||helps fight infections of all kinds||5 drops per day|
|Lypo-spheric Vitamin B-complex||LivOn||Needed for healthy immune system||Take one package daily|
Diet and Lifestyle Suggestions
- Avoid all processed foods. Incorporate organic, pastured foods where possible. Quality counts!
- Avoid all Sugar immediately suppresses the immune system. Be cautious with processed foods. Even foods that do not seem sweet can be high in added sugars (like ketchup and other sauces). Stevia is a suitable substitute for sugar.
- Eat good quality protein, preferably organic or pastured. Good sources include: beef, poultry, fish, seafood, game and eggs.
- Nuts and seeds provide healthy fatty acids, proteins and minerals. Good sources include: almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, chia seeds, filberts, flaxseed, hemp seeds, macadamia nuts, etc.
- Eat an abundance of vegetables. You cannot eat too many. Focus on dark leafy greens and a variety of other colors.
- Eat plenty of wholesome, natural fats like: butter, coconut oil, olive oil, walnut, flax, etc. Avoid hydrogenated fats and oils like Crisco, margarine, soybean oil and “salad” oil.
- Be careful with fruit. Too much fruit can add excess sugar to your diet. Fruit is best digested if eaten alone, between meals. Choose lower sugar fruits like green apples, strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. Avoid starchy fruits like bananas, mangos, papaya. Avoid dried fruits.
- Choose full fat dairy products and avoid dairy that has added sugars like flavored yogurts and ice cream.
- Avoid simple carbohydrates (like white rice, white flour) and focus more on whole grains, legumes, beans and less starchy root vegetables and tubers (sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, etc).
- Eat more garlic. Garlic has incredible anti-viral, antibiotic and anti-fungal properties.
- Ditch processed table salt and switch to Himalayan salt or Celtic sea salt. These salts are unprocessed and contain all the trace minerals of the ocean. Minerals are necessary for a healthy immune system.
Other life style factors that support the immune system:
- Get enough sleep. Quality sleep supports healing and repair. Sleep deprivation depletes the immune system and weakens the body.
- Deal with stress. Chronic stress runs down the immune system and leaves the body susceptible to infections. Breathe deeply. Incorporate meditation and intentional relaxation into your day.
- Frequent, moderate exercise benefits the immune system and is a great way to deal with stress and promote deeper sleep.