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In today's episode of 7 Good Minutes, in our Wellness Wednesday segment, our friend Dr. Gus talks with us about Supplements That Help Boost The Immune System.
A strong immune system is a key to fighting off infection and illness. It’s important to maintain a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and get enough rest in order to keep your body functioning at its best.
But did you know that there are certain supplements you can take to help boost your immunity? Let's explore the benefits of taking supplements for a healthier immune system.
Vitamin C has long been known as an essential nutrient for maintaining health and boosting the immune system. Vitamin C helps support white blood cells, which are the body’s main defense against infection.
Studies have shown that taking vitamin C supplements can reduce the risk of developing respiratory infections like the common cold. In addition, vitamin C has antioxidant properties, which help fight free radicals in the body, aiding in overall health and wellness.
Zinc is another important mineral for a healthy immune system. It works by helping white blood cells fight bacteria and viruses, as well as keeping inflammation low. Zinc also aids in wound healing, so it helps with recovery from injuries or illnesses quicker than without it.
Taking zinc supplements is especially beneficial during cold and flu season when our bodies are working extra hard to fend off germs we come into contact with every day.
Probiotics are “good” bacteria found naturally in your gut that help keep your digestive system running smoothly and aid in immunity-boosting functions such as fighting unhealthy bacteria and viruses within the body.
Probiotic supplements can be taken daily or only when needed; they provide plenty of benefits in terms of digestion but also offer an additional layer of protection against various types of infections due to their ability to boost immunity levels throughout the body.
Overall, taking certain supplements can be beneficial for boosting your immune system. Vitamins such as Vitamin C can help reduce your risk of getting sick, while minerals such as zinc have been shown to help speed up the recovery time from illnesses or injuries alike.
Probiotics are an especially important supplement for promoting a healthy gut which is where most of our immunity comes from. If you're looking for an extra layer of protection against infection or illness this season, consider adding one (or all) of these supplements into your daily routine for optimal health benefits.
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