Pump Up Your Immune System

1. Get rid of sugar

Sugar causes inflammation and actually, feeds bacteria. Excess sugar and processed foods also disrupt the natural flora in the gut which allows the bad bacteria to spread making your more susceptible to infection. This also includes fruit juices. They are loaded with sugar.

Limit your on-the-go snacks to protein sources such as:

  • Celery with almond or cashew butter
  • Trail mix with nuts and seeds
  • Vegetables with hummus

A Quality Pea and Rice Protein Drink such as my PureShock Pea and Rice Vegan Protein – Make with coconut or almond milk, ice, almond or cashew butter, ½ banana, 1 tsp honey such as our PureShock Pea and Rice Vegan

2. Get adequate Protein

Protein is necessary for growth, repair and proper immune function.

1 in four bites should be good protein sources like seeds, nuts, sprouts, quinoa, chicken, eggs, fish, grass fed beef.

3. Eat 5-6 Servings of Vegetables per day

Broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, kale, Brussel sprouts, cucumber, zucchini, yellow squash, peppers, green beans, spinach, eggplant, asparagus, onion

Eat these vegies a few times per week, carrots, sweet potatoes, parsnips, rutabaga.

4. Eliminate Dairy

Eating dairy products (including cheese. Butter, yogurt, and whey protein) can create congestion by generating a lot of mucous.

5. Drink More Water

One quart of water per 50 lbs of body weight is recommended daily and more if you are working out. You can also drink decaffeinated herbal teas as well. Avoid sweetened drinks and juice as they act as a food, producing waste, whereas water removes it.

6. Sleep

Create a sleep routine. Get unplugged from technology for at least 30 minutes prior to desired sleep time. Dim all of the lights. Read a relaxing book. Take a soothing bath. Practice relaxation breathing techniques. Do the same routine nightly to help trigger the body to start shutting down since sleep is coming soon. Go to bed and wake up at the same time nightly.

7. Manage Stress

I’m talking about emotional stress. Scientists cannot yet explain the why your state of mind and heart actually create or destroy parts of your immune system. Stress in never going away so you have to find a lifestyle that helps you feel good. Regular exercise, time outdoors in nature, homeopathics/herbs instead of drugs, meditation, etc.

8. Nutrition

Vitamin D — Most Americans are deficient in Vitamin D3, which is important for keeping disease like colds and influenza out of an otherwise healthy body. How much should one take? About 2000 IU per day for an adult and 800 IU for a kid.

Probiotic — 80-90% of your immune system is located in your gut. Probiotics help to keep the good guys in your gut that help to protect us. You’d have to eat 42 tubs of yogurt per day to get enough of the good guys in your system. By then you’ve consumed so much sugar that you’ve killed the good and fed the bad. Supplement with a good probiotic daily. (30 billion CFU individually blister packed)

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Ask us today how you can start on your way towards better health.

By the way, do you get sick more than once a year?

Our comprehensive blood analysis includes many markers which can determine how severe an illness may be, if there are problematic conditions developing and what exactly the body needs to fight off those infections.

Underlying causes of inflammation, infection, and environmental exposures can also be recognized with a complete metabolic analysis.

Dosages for supplements vary according to age, weight and severity of illness.

Getting tested lends objective guidance to developing a lifestyle program and supplement recommendations unique to each individual.

For more information or to schedule your nutritional consultation, call or email us today:
Info@advancedbodydynamics.com — 303-790-7650

Dr. Kelly Shockley

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