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February 3, 2016

Which Supplements for Immune Health?

Filed under: Family,Immune Health — Tags: , , , — Gail @ 3:01 pm

From New Chapter

Understanding the Immune System

Your immune system is a network of cells and organs that surveys your body for foreign substances, then responds to neutralize them as needed. Healthy immune function includes both physical barriers and specialized cell activity. In general, the immune system is on the job to keep the body in a state of wellness… and it works around the clock!

A healthy immune system is one that is neither over-stimulated nor under-stimulated. Various factors can contribute to immune imbalance: stress, lack of sleep, inadequate fruit and vegetable consumption, lack of exercise, or excessive exercise. So on the other hand, a healthy lifestyle can help your immune system stay balanced—think stress management, adequate restful sleep, a varied diet that includes plenty of produce, and regular moderate exercise.

Nutrients for Immune Support

In addition to leading a healthy lifestyle, vitamin and mineral formulations from New Chapter can support immune function and overall health and wellness.

*Vitamin C is a favorite vitamin for immune support.* New Chapter’s Activated C Food Complex delivers a probiotic-cultured form of Vitamin C that’s gentle on the stomach.

*Zinc for immune support, with complementary Elderberry, organic Eleuthero root, and organic Astragalus.

*Black Elderberry fruit has an extensive history of being used in the early stages of seasonal immune challenges.

Mushrooms for Immune Support

Mushrooms have long been recognized for their key role in supporting the immune system, especially Reishi—abundant in New Chapter’s LifeShield Immune Support. Like all of the organic mushrooms in our LifeShield mushroom formulas, Reishi is grown to its full life-cycle form to deliver the mushroom’s whole protective shield.

Pure Elderberry Supplement

New Chapter’s Immune Take Care™ is a powerful blend of pure ingredients, delivering Elderberry and Black Currant for comprehensive support for healthy immune function.*

Pure & Potent Oregano Supplement

Oregano has been used worldwide for centuries for its numerous health benefits. And you’ll find TWO potent, full-spectrum Oregano extracts in New Chapter’s Oregano Force™. Oregano supports a healthy immune system as well as scavenging free radicals and supporting normal respiratory function.*

October 11, 2014

Blueberries

Blueberries are known to boost the effectiveness of vitamin C a major strengthener of the immune system. With the help of blueberries your immune system will be able to reduce inflammation production and increase protective immune function. Free radicals from cellular stress create havoc on the immune system. Blueberries can help manage the stress on the immune system by being a free radical scavenger; leaving the immune system geared up to do it’s work of protecting you from the formation and growth of cancer cells.

October 10, 2014

Mushrooms and the Flu

The potential for mushrooms to fight influenza is being examined following United States research suggesting the body’s natural immune response against viral infections and tumours is boosted through the consumption of white button mushrooms. Eating more mushrooms may be a simple, natural way to boost the immune system to prevent colds and flu this winter. Although most varieties of mushrooms have immune stimulating properties, maitake, shiitake, and reishi are three of the best.

October 9, 2014

Build Natural Immunity

There are many natural remedies that will raise your immunity to the Swine Flu and other viral and bacterial diseases. Many people do not have immunity to the current strain of Swine Flu. This is not unusual because most viruses alter as the virus season goes along. Most people will not become sick because the issue is not the virus but SUSCEPTIBILITY.

October 5, 2014

Vitamin D

Dr. Cannell receives crucial emails from two physicians who have evidence vitamin D is protective against H1N1 Swine Flu. Read the emails

September 29, 2014

Elderberry Benefits

Elderberries have been a folk remedy for centuries in North America, Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa, hence the medicinal benefits of elderberries are being investigated and rediscovered. Elderberry is used for its antioxidant activity, to lower cholesterol, to improve vision, to boost the immune system, to improve heart health and for coughs, colds, flu, bacterial and viral infections and tonsilitis.

September 16, 2014

Flu Nourishment

Conventional medical advice ranges from wearing face masks to taking the anti-viral drug called tamiflu (which can have many serious side effects.) It is interesting to note that not once in all the media broadcasts have we heard any mention of building natural immunity. Fortunately, we do not have to sit back and listen to the news about swine flu feeling helpless and anxious. We can be proactive by simply nourishing ourselves and our families.

September 4, 2014

Green Tea and Cancer

An article published in the November 2009 issue of Cancer Prevention Research suggests a protective effect from green tea against the progression of oral lesions that are at high risk of developing into cancer.

September 2, 2014

Household Toxins

I have been diagnosed with Systemic Lupus and survived. I feel very, very strongly that part of my recovery was related to the fact that God, without my knowing it, removed chemicals like chlorine from my home and my life. Then, after I read “The Maker’s Diet” by Jordan Rubin, I continued the process of […]

August 21, 2014

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Vit D

Findings reported in an article published online on March 25, 2010 in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives suggest that increased vitamin D from sunlight exposure could have a protective effect against rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a chronic autoimmune disease with unknown causes.

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