Here are some Healthy Habits to Incorporate:

• Eat a healthy breakfast that includes unsweetened bran cereal topped with berries. Bran feeds the good bacteria in your gut and the berries are rich in antioxidants and flavonoids that improve the health of macrophages and other virus-eating cells.

• Take a brisk walk. Immune cells circulate the body during exercise for two or three hours afterward. Try 30 – 60 minutes of cycling, swimming, jogging or walking that’s brisk enough to make you breathe hard.

• Try a relaxation routine. Stress suppresses your immune system. Activities such as yoga, tai chi, or meditation can help manage stress and lower your bodies corticosteroids. Corticosteroids can suppress your immune system.

• Eat more fish. Fish contain Omega-3 fatty acids which reduce inflammation and increase the health and circulation of antibody-producing B cells.

• Sleep more. Sleep is extremely important for your immune health. Turn off your devices: phones, tablets and computers. Those devices emit a blue light that suppresses your sleep – inducing hormone melatonin. You can also enhance your melatonin with a melatonin supplement.

• Socialize virtually or outdoors. Loneliness and social isolation can increase your bodies inflammation process. You can use Zoom or Google Hangouts. You could schedule a meeting in your yard or a walk while making sure you ‘re following the social distancing guidelines.

• Try adding immune boosting supplements to your diet. This office carries a variety of supplements that will naturally boost your immune system. We have a kit that includes: Antioxidants, Body Purifier, Liquid Calcium, and Multivitamin/Multi-minerals .