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Healthy Ways on How to Boost your Immune System.

Super Charge your Health

Super Charge your Health

One of the best ways to build your immune strength daily is through superfoods. What is a superfood? Superfood is a term for food with health benefits as a result of its nutritional analysis or its overall nutrient density. These foods can be incorporated on a daily basis so that you are constantly improving and boosting your immunity while eating yummy foods. Super foods are loaded with antimicrobial properties. What is an antimicrobial? An antimicrobial is an agent that kills microorganisms or stops their growth which makes these foods a great natural way to boost your Immune System. 

Some great superfoods are:

 

The Awesome Power of Garlic!

The Awesome Power of Garlic!

Raw garlic: This superfood has very strong antimicrobial and antiviral properties. The potent sulfur compound allicin is known to treat serious GI infections such as SIBO (small-intestinal bacterial overgrowth) and kill parasites and yeast infections. At the first sign of an infection, start taking one raw garlic clove daily or use concentrated allicin extract.

The Power of Oregano

The Power of Oregano

Oregano Oil: This oil has a long history of being used and an antimicrobial, antiviral, and antifungal. It can also be used topically to treat antibiotic-resistant staph infections of the skin (MRSA) as well as taken internally to combat yeast infections.

 

Manuka Honey Health Benefits

Manuka Honey Health Benefits

 

Manuka Honey: Quite a bit of research exists on the benefits of honey as a natural immune booster, natural anti-inflammatory agent, and antimicrobial agent. Manuka honey in particular—native to New Zealand and Australia—is even registered as a wound-care product. Manuka honey has substances that can kill bacteria topically, and when ingested, it can even work synergistically with antibiotics to improve their efficacy.

 

Other Immune Boosting Foods that you can incorporate in your diet are:

Citrus, Red Bell Peppers, Broccoli, Ginger, Spinach, Yogurt, Almonds, Sunflower Seeds, Turmeric, Green Tea, Papaya, Kiwi, Poultry and Shellfish.

Help your body stay healthy this season!

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