Natural, Year-Round Immune Support is Best to Ensure the Body's Peak
Performance When You Need it Most
DOYLESTOWN, Pa., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Maintaining proper health and protection against infection requires a strong and healthy immune system. Keeping the immune system working at its peak is something to consider long before the cold season.
"It is believed that our immune system is easily affected by a number
of factors -- diet, stress levels, environment -- even the medications we
take," says Suzy Cohen, R.Ph., noted pharmacist and author of The 24-Hour
Pharmacist. "Some of the best ways to keep your immune system in top form
are very easy to do, such as diet and exercise." An immune boosting dietary
supplement, such as the new Cold-EEZE(R) Immune Support Complex 10, can
also help a stressed, fatigued and run down body.
Cohen offers the following tips on how to build up your immune system:
-- Get moving: Studies have found that moderate exercise provides a boost
in the production of immune cells and circulates them through the body
at a quicker rate than during inactive times.
-- Immune boosting: Taken daily or when stressed, fatigued or feeling run
down, an immune boosting dietary supplement can help keep the immune
system working at its peak. New Cold-EEZE(R) Immune Support Complex 10
is made of a proprietary blend of 10 clinically validated herbs,
vitamins and zinc to support optimum immune system function.
-- Managing stress: "Stress can wreak havoc by weakening the strength of
the immune system, making the body more susceptible to colds and many
other disorders," explains Cohen. Some easy ways to manage stress
include exercise, yoga, meditation or other deep breathing exercises.
-- Laughter is the best medicine: Laughing releases endorphins, a
feel-good chemical that many believe boosts immunity. Laughter also
reduces stress hormones, which are known to negatively affect the
-- Eat your fruits and veggies: Fruits and vegetables are diet staples
because they are full of the antioxidants that are vital to good
immunity, such as the B vitamins, vitamin C and phytonutrients. Foods,
such as spinach, garlic, broccoli, carrots, blueberries and oranges,
among others, are great sources of free-radical fighting antioxidants.
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