How to Boost Immunity naturally?

How to Boost Immunity naturally?

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To ensure that our immune system is functioning properly is to maintain a healthy lifestyle. A robust immune system protects us from colds, flu, and other ailments that might cause us to miss out on life's pleasures. Ensure that our defenses are robust enough to resist viruses such as COVID-19, as well as the typical seasonal flu, coughs, and colds.

Our immune system relies on our skin, nose, mouth, eyes, and ears to establish a barrier between viruses and germs on the outside and our organs and tissues on the inside. Immune cells and organs such as our lymph glands, tonsils, adenoids, bone marrow, and digestive systems make up the rest of our immune system.

Pranayama is a set of breathing exercises that help to clear our lungs and strengthen our immune system. It regulates the passage of air into our bodies by bringing energy under control. Immune intelligence improves as a result of the body's ability to detect adequate oxygen levels (Aacharya, P.S., (2009), Pathanjali Yoga Suthiram, Narmatha pathippagam, Chennai. India)

Medicinal plants have sound biological effects on respiratory functions; using them to Boost Immunity, clean the air, or cure respiratory tract diseases is useful.

Giloy: Clinical investigations have shown the therapeutic qualities of Herb Giloy in preventing a variety of diseases by naturally increasing human Immunity. 

Ashwagandha: Ashwagandha plant extracts may be beneficial to boost Immunity due to their virus-defeating antibodies.

Food: Choosing various colored fruits and vegetables will provide us with a diverse spectrum of immune-boosting phytonutrients.

Choose fresh fruit, nuts, or seeds to boost one's immune system instead of high-sugar, high-fat processed foods like biscuits and potato chips. Processed foods can cause inflammation in the body, putting our immune system under strain.

Choose from various dietary groups, including dairy and non-dairy options, meat, fish, chicken, eggs, nuts and seeds, fruit, and vegetables. We are assuring that our bodies get all they require to stay healthy and maintain our immune systems.

Manuka honey: Manuka honey includes oligosaccharides, which are a crucial diet for good gut bacteria and have a significant impact in boosting Immunity

Manage stress: To boost our immunological health is to try to manage the stress we face.

Sun-kissed walks: Walking outside helps us relax while also replenishing vitamin D levels, which are vital for our immune system.

During the winter season, Immunity is reduced so, maintaining regular exercise throughout the winter, avoiding excessive alcohol consumption, and considering stress management techniques such as yoga, meditation, or simply spending more quality time with family and friends are all good ways to stay well and keep our immune system healthy.

The Scent of Wellness: Essential oils are a safe, non-toxic, and time-tested technique to boost Immunity. With lavender, tea tree, eucalyptus, and lemon oils, you can boost your Immunity during the winter season.

Giloy and Ashwagandha photo capsules and syrup are now available in 100 percent organic form, and they are an excellent choice for immune boosters.

Our immunological health is influenced by what we eat and drink and our gut health and stress levels. Because you're stuck at home, close to the kitchen or worried about your job, friends, and family, you're probably in need of some gentle, loving care to increase your immune system naturally.

 Bhagyashree Hatti
M. Tech (Food Technology)
Quality Assurance and 

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