Strengthen Your Immune System
1) Make sure you are getting enough sleep typically 8 to 9 hours a night.
2) Remove as much stress as possible from your life. Focus on activities that help you relax like meditation or reading a good book.
3) We recommend an anti-inflammatory diet for all our patients. The biggest thing is removing sugar and processed foods.
4) Movement and Exercise - Go for a walk, hike, or bike ride.
5) Get a Chiropractic Adjustment to stay aligned and keep moving.
6) Take clinical grade Vitamin C, B12, D, Zinc, and Glutathione.
Our Bodies have the innate ability to fight off disease if our immune system is working at an Optimal Level.
Immune Support Supplements
90 day supply
25 day supply
50 day supply
100 day supply
Everything in the Immune Support Bundle plus Biocidin. A powerful combination of Vitamin C, B12, and Glutathione that will rev up your lymphocytes (different kinds of white blood cells) to help fight off viruses and infection. These products are in a liposomal delivery format so that they are not destroyed by the stomach acid in your gut. Instead they pass directly into the blood stream when held in your mouth for 30 seconds and allow for maximum cellular uptake. This brings the power of intravenous therapy into a convenient oral delivery.
Independent Laboratory testing has concluded that Biocidin has broad reaching effects, including addressing biofilms. A virus will attach itself to a cell wall and cover itself in a biofilm so the body is unable to recognize it as a foreign invader. Once a biofilm is busted up the body can now work to address this foreign invader.
Keep Your Gut Healthy
Be sure to either take a probiotic or eat foods that are rich in priobiotics such as fermented foods.
Examples of Fermented Foods Are:
Yogurt, Kefir, Kombucha, Fermented Sauerkraut or Kimchi
Foods That Fight Inflammation
Ginger, Turmeric, Cinnamon
Strawberries, Blueberries, Raspberries, Cherries, Pineapple
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Coconut Oil
Spinach, Kale, Collards
Carrots, Squash, & Sweet Potatoes Cooked
Lemons, Limes, Oranges
Salmon and Sardines
Tomatoes and Peppers *May need to be avoided if you have rheumatoid arthritis
Beans and Lentils
Dark Chocolate - 70% Cocoa or more
Foods that Cause Inflammation
Gluten - wheat, rye, oats, barley, bread, pasta, cereal, chips, crackers and pastries
Soda and Energy Drinks
Refined Sugar - cookies, cakes, candy, desserts, soda, fruit drinks
Dairy Products - milk, cheese, yogurt
Red Meat (limit the intake)
Processed deli meat
Bacon and Sausage that contains nitrates
Hot Dogs and Canned Meats
Tomato Sauce (for some people)
Refined Oils - oils with trans - fats (hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated in the ingredients)
Chris Litten from Body Basics joins me to talk about how excercise is important to keeping our immune systems healthy and strong.