It’s that time of year again where viruses and bacteria run a-muck and play havoc on our bodies. The best time to start is NOW to prepare for the cold and flu season.
There is no magic bullet in creating a healthy immune system. The best place to start is to eliminate junk foods and beverages from the diet. Adequate rest and moderate exercise are also important.
There are certain supplements that are known for preventing sickness or taken during sickness to speed up recovery. Some of these are echinacea, goldenseal, elderberry, ginseng, astragalus, mullein leaves, yerba santa leaves, parthenium root, capsicum fruit, yarrow, and colloidal or ionized silver.
There are many immune-building multiples that contain many of the supplements mentioned above. The trick is to start taking 2 a day in September and continue till spring. Those with severely compromised immune systems may need more. There are homeopathic medicines that are popular this time of year, such as Oscillococcinum. It is nature’s #1 flu medicine. Silver water is a natural antibiotic. Wild Mediterranean oregano oil is famous for knocking out viruses, bacteria, and fungus.
60% of our immune system is in our gut, therefore it is important to maintain an adequate amount of friendly bacteria. Most people supplement with acidophilus and bifidophilus to achieve this, for the typical American diet, antibiotics, and other prescription medications destroy these good bacteria.
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Ari Whitten was voted the #1 health influencer in 2020 by the Mindshare natural health community. He is the founder of The Energy Blueprint and is a #1 best-selling author and natural health expert who specializes in fatigue and human energy optimization.
He has an extensive background in nutrition, exercise physiology, fat loss, body composition optimization, circadian rhythm, gut health, light therapies, and overall metabolic health. He has a B.S. in Kinesiology, holds two certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Performance Enhancement Specialist), and recently completed his 3 years of coursework for his PhD in Clinical Psychology — an education that rounds out his approach to health optimization through body and mind. He has dedicated his life to studying health science for over 23 years.