How Do You Repair Your Immune System After A Lifetime (Or Just A Few Months) of Damage?
Posted Jan 22 2009 3:41pm
Don’t let this be your only protection
I have a friend that from all appearances should be healthy. She is thin and active. Yet she is constantly sick. A cold. The flu. Strep throat. Just goes to show that appearance doesn’t necessarily make one healthy. So I got to thinking about how I would advise someone to repair their immune system after a lifetime of destroying it.
Now, about a month ago, we looked at how to keep your immune system strong during the holiday onslaught. But those of us that are already healthy have more leeway in our transgressions. What can one do over the course of, say, 3 months to turn around (or at least start to turn around) the damage of years and years of poor diet, poor habits, and poor health?
First, Do No Harm
The very first thing that has to be done is to stop damaging your immune system! And what are three major dietary elements that
- Stop the sugar - Drop the alcohol - Polyunsaturated oils - http://www.4life-stay-healthy.com/living-a-healthy-lifestyle/excess-polyunsatura
Probiotics SLEEP! Get outside Vitamin-rich foods Vitamin supplements Try to relax