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8 Tips to Boost Your Winter Immune System by Nozin

by Nozin, posted to Health & Fitness

Holiday Stress, the advent of the Cough & Cold Season and changes in weather all contribute to affecting your winter health. We gathered some Winter Immune System Building tips to make sure this winter and holiday season are happy AND healthy! #LoveYourNose

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8 Foods that Boost Immunity

from Dr William Sears

Adequately feeding your immune system boosts its fighting power. Immune boosters work in many ways. They increase the number of white cells in the immune system army, train them to fight better, and help them form an overall better battle plan.

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Probiotics Boost Your Natural Immunities

via Dr. Stephanie King

Probiotics protect healthy gut functions AND contribute to natural immunities!

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NOZIN® Nasal Sanitizer® can help reduce the risk of infection and fight germs. Clinically proven, NOZIN is safe, natural and effective and works for up to 8 hours. Think Hand Sanitizer for Your Nose™!

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Sleep & Your Immune System

from Mayo Clinic

Lack of sleep can affect your immune system. Studies show that people who don't get quality sleep or enough sleep are more likely to get sick after being exposed to a virus, such as the common cold. Lack of sleep can also affect how fast you recover if you do get sick.

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Why Exercise Boosts the Immune System / Fitness / Exercises

If you exercise regularly, there's a good chance that you're helping to boost your immune system. Moderate exercise just a few times every week, you can drastically reduce the number of sick days per year!

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Phytonutrients And Immune System Protection

Plant products including fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, grains and teas are some of the richest natural sources of phytonutrients. Eat your healthy immunity boosters!

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from Natural News

AKA the Sunshine Vitamin - the RDA for Vitamin D is 600 international units (IU) for everyone aged 1-70, and increases to 800 IU for adults older than 70 to optimize bone health.

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Stress Weakens the Immune System

from the American Psychological Association

Altered mood states such as depression, anxiety, and panic are harmful to the body in many ways. Secondary symptoms such as fatigue, difficulties with memory and concentration, aches and pains, and mood disorders also harm the immune system.

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