FIVE WAYS TO BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
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Along with the upcoming winter months, children's return to school is a time when they face greater challenges to their immunity in general. Crowded classrooms and hallways, increased social and academic stress, and most time spent indoors, combined with children's often poor personal hygiene habits, contribute to more opportunities for exposure to infections and a less favorable environment for strong immune response. Also, when children's immune systems are overwhelmed, it can affect the rest of the family too! Not to mention the impact on additional aspects of life, such as the financial impact of missed work days, the academic impact of missed school hours, and the social impact of missed sports and recreational activities.
Keeping your family healthy can seem like a full-time job! As always, Vimergy® is here to help you take care of yourself so you can take care of everyone else. Their pure and potent nutritional supplements are ideal for maintaining health from head to toe and from the inside out and are an easy addition to your diet. Families with busy lives are always looking for efficient ways to make sure everyone gets what they need, when they need it, and in a way that is most beneficial to their respective family member. Here are five great ways to keep the whole family healthy – from the oldest like grandparents, to toddlers and teenagers – on the right track of health care by making healthy habits easy to implement!
- Stay hydrated. Research shows that dehydration can negatively affect the number and activity of white blood cells responsible for a healthy immune system. Everyone needs a different amount of water to be healthy, and the best way to get it is to keep it close. to yourself! Fun and personalized water cups and bottles make staying hydrated personal and important.
- Start the day with a delicious smoothie! Increasing fruit and vegetable intake is a major factor in health at all ages. But getting everyone to eat their share can be a challenge! Smoothies have unlimited recipe possibilities, but incorporating immune system boosters like citrus, spinach, and berries can help boost immunity even further!
- Add fresh juice too! Freshly squeezed juice is an extremely tasty means of obtaining concentrated nutrients. Studies show that those who drink juices are more likely to meet the basic recommendations of consuming sufficient portions of fruits and vegetables. Levels of key immune-supporting nutrients such as vitamin C and D, as well as important minerals, were higher than those who did not consume juices.
- Cut out processed/refined sugar and focus on lots of fruit instead! Industrial technology has led to the inclusion of concentrated, highly processed and refined sugars in most products marketed to children. in fruits and fruit juices) has been linked to 45 different negative health effects that affect both children and adults.
- Mixology by Vimergy® for everyone! With the launch of our two newest family members, Children's Liquid Vitamin B12 and Zinc Sulfate , Vimergy® is here to provide the next level of personalized support that every member of the family needs, with the purity and effectiveness, which it deserves!
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