How to improve immune system

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  1. HubPages profile imageSTAFF
    HubPagesposted 8 years ago

    How to improve immune system

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    IncomeCreationposted 8 years ago

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    scat2203posted 8 years ago

    Immune system like any other system needs adecuate resources to keep functioning at its best.

    Well It's simple in this case just keep your boddy in activity at least 1 hour of excercise daily.

    Have an apple a day, sleep at least 8 hours if possible, drink lots of water, pure water, lots of milk and lots of fruit juice.

    Avoid sugar if possible eat meat al least once a week, eggs once a week, keep your system running with yogurt.

    Eat everyday vegetables a tomato a day, with some carrots, and if possible some brocoli too, try not to boile the vegetables but water steem them.

    Now a bit of your body temperature, try to keep it warm not to hot not to cold if you feel temperature rising just take of your sweater, do not change your body climate to quickly try to do it slowly, if your sweating and cold your body suddenly you are going get the flu.

    Wash your hands with lots of soap and lots of water.

    And finally once again drink lots of water, juice, and milk, have an apple a day.

  4. cmany profile image54
    cmanyposted 8 years ago

    Improving the immune system starts with a proper diet. It also begins with knowing what your food intolerances are. Many do not know that they are intolerant of Gluten containing foods. If you suffer from inflammation or digestive issues, cutting gluten can reduce these issues.

    Fruits and veggies are very important, but one must moderate the fruits as they are higher in sugars. Veggies should be as raw as possible, and when cooked steamed lightly. Juicing is also another Great option for fruit and veggie consumption.

    Cutting refined sugars and processed foods is also necessary, as these can feed pathogens in our systems.

    Learning and understanding about supplements is also very important. Things like Olive Leaf Extract and Oil of Oregano, which are both natural antibiotics, are also very good for immune support. Additional things like, Elderberry, and Aged Garlic are good supplements to take.

    Additionally, supporting the adrenals, so we maintain proper hormone levels, such as cortisol, is vital to regulated sleep and healing.  And during the flu season, Vitamin D3 is another vital supplement.

    Feeding your body as it was designed to consume is vital to overall health.

  5. Gorgeously profile image70
    Gorgeouslyposted 8 years ago

    Drinking green tea is great for your health and it contains a huge amount of antioxidant as well. If taken regularly, it could not just guard of diseases and cancers, but also improves your help improve your immune system. Read On: http://hubpages.com/hub/green-tea-for-great-health

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    Deborah Sextonposted 8 years ago

    First you need to know if you have a weak immune system. If you catch a cold more then once a year your immune system is moderately weak. However if it's not a cold and is an allergy, this means your immune system is a little too strong, because it reacts to and fights everything. If you find your immune system is weak then Vitamin. C and Vitamin B complex (Bee Pollen is a great source of the B vitamins) Will help quickly. It could take up to 6 months to get into your system.

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    ovdemonzposted 8 years ago
  8. Betty Reid profile image60
    Betty Reidposted 8 years ago

    Personally, I'm a big supporter of five servings of fruits and vegetables per day, because that works really well for me.  New evidence suggests that a lack of vitamin D is what causes increases in flu in the winter.  For this reason, take vitamin D3.  Otherwise, get 15 minutes of sunshine every day, so your body can make vitamin D.

  9. the Blue sun profile image59
    the Blue sunposted 8 years ago

    I recommend drinking lots of orange juice and taking plenty of vitamins, as well get plenty of rest.And you must eat healthy,vegatables,greens,salads also is a good vibe............

  10. chiquitta profile image49
    chiquittaposted 8 years ago

    Sesame Seed Oil stimulates the formation of healthy blood cells, enhances vitamin E activity, promotes healthy blood-fat levels, and supports proper liver and immune system function.
    It has been used as a healing oil for thousands of years. Sesame oil is mentioned in the Vedas as excellent for humans.
    A massage using sesame oil is recommended as part of any daily routine because it rejuvenates and revitalizes the physiology.
    In order to improve immune function, rub sesame seed oil allover the body and massage it in starting from your scalp all the way down to the soles of your feet. You will notice the rejuvenation as the sesame seed oil cleanses your body from any toxins and prepares your body to heal itself.

  11. modeca profile image45
    modecaposted 8 years ago

    http://www.rawfoodideas.com/Boost-Your- … Foods.html
    Diet can be a big contributing factor of immune related diseases.

  12. adite profile image71
    aditeposted 8 years ago

    Aloe vera juice can do wonders to improve the immune system. Please read my hubpage on this....http://hubpages.com/hub/My-Experience-with-Aloe-Vera

  13. soni2006 profile image77
    soni2006posted 8 years ago

    In order to know, how to improve and boost your immune system naturally, we must know that what is an immune system and what role it plays in our body. In simple words, our immune system is a sophisticated system designed to protect our body from... read more

  14. Windtraveller profile image53
    Windtravellerposted 8 years ago

    The funnest way to improve your immune system that actually works is to have regular massages or at least intensive touching. The skin is a very sensitive regulation system and when the flu comes around, have your partner give you a nice body rub.

    It also helps not to ban all sources of potential hazard from your life. If your body is regularly fighting small helpings of virusses and bacteria, it raises a fit and ready fighting force when the big one comes around.

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    Hopmoney wizardposted 8 years ago

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  16. LadySeren profile image67
    LadySerenposted 8 years ago

    The human immune system is a complex collection of many different cells
    and organs that work together to protect you from viruses, bacteria, parasites
    and toxins.  The immune system works on
    three basic levels.

      A
         barrier to stop entry of... read more

  17. Part-time Writer profile image54
    Part-time Writerposted 8 years ago

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  18. dpfitzell profile image71
    dpfitzellposted 8 years ago

    There are many things that we can do to help improve our immune systems. For example eating healthy, taking supplements, and keeping active. Our immune system is very important, having a low immune system will make it easier for you to get sick or... read more

  19. Sottway profile image74
    Sottwayposted 8 years ago

    Five detailed tips to help boost your immune system - Covers topics: Nutrition, exercise, stress relief, social activity and relaxation. Read more to find out how they can benefit your immune system. read more

  20. pamela2010 profile image53
    pamela2010posted 8 years ago

    There are a lot of things on the market today that talks about improving your immune system, and a lot of times it's confusing you really have to do your research and I did. my father is going through radiation treatment for cancer and he needs to keep his immune system up,so my sister and I started doing research and came up with three thing that has been a great help.  he doesn't even have side effect from the  radiation because I believe we found things to help his immune system.

    1.Just barley organic green juice
    2.IP-6 & Inositol
    3. fresh green juices like cucumber,celery,broccoli and even carrot juice.

  21. shazwellyn profile image65
    shazwellynposted 8 years ago

    This article gives advice on how to improve the immune system.  Firstly, this is about looking at your life in a holistic way.  We will look at overall health, food, exercise and finally, practical natural ways to... read more

  22. micadeolu profile image43
    micadeoluposted 8 years ago

    Get 1 pint of uncooked corn pap and mix with 10 teaspoon full of vegetable oil, and half pint of pineapple juice. Allow to ferment and never place in the fridge.

    Divide this into 3 places and drink 3 times daily (morning, afternoon, and evening)

    The dosage should double in sever cases.

  23. Goodpal profile image90
    Goodpalposted 8 years ago

    Chronic stress is a slow poison for immune system. Keeping relaxed through exercises, meditation, yoga, brainwave entrainment are some of the ways to keep the immune system healthy.

    Most of the stress and worries can be avoided by developing correct mental attitude towards life, money, relations and people around us.

  24. teegmny profile image61
    teegmnyposted 8 years ago

    Excercise on a daily basis, take your vitamins everyday and make sure you eat healthy. Most important of all do not drink or smoke or do any type of drugs as this will suppress the immune system to limited functionality. If you follow all of these steps to a better health. I guarantee you will feel much better.

 
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