The best supplements for a stronger immune system
An improper diet and an unhealthy chaotic lifestyle can adversely affect the functioning of the immune system.
If you want to avoid colds and protect yourself from harmful microbes (viruses, bacteria), here are some simple tips.
The first step is to change your eating habits. It’s also advisable to strengthen the body with good quality nutritional supplements, since we may not get enough nutrients once our food has been heat-treated.
One of the most well-known resistance-building vitamins and for a good reason. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that strengthens our immune system and relieves the symptoms of the common cold.
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Known as the “sun vitamin” because it’s synthesised in our body in the presence of sunlight. Vitamin D levels can get low during the colder months, due to a lack of sun exposure. Because vitamin D directly supports the normal functioning of the immune system, resistance is consequently impaired.
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Scientists in recent years have dedicated more of their time to researching the potential health benefits of certain spices, especially for protecting, strengthening and maintaining immune resistance. Turmeric has proven to have the biggest potential in that regard. It provides the body with antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects.
Selenium has a powerful antioxidant effect and enhances the first immune response to bacteria. It also helps protect our cells from damage caused by free radicals.
Folic acid deficiency can weaken the immune system. Adding the recommended daily dose of folic acid to your diet can increase the body’s resilience and reduce fatigue.
Zinc plays an essential role in strengthening the immune system. Zinc is a mineral that is required for the development and growth of antibodies, an important weapon against harmful organisms. People with frequent colds often lack this mineral.