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10 Immune boosting tips
There are many things you can do at home to help increase your immunity. Try incorporating these immune boosting supplements, vitamins, foods, and habits into your daily routine and see the difference a small change can make!
- Vitamin A is involved in cell growth and a healthy immune system. The daily requirement can be easily met with spinach, bell peppers, tomatoes, broccoli and apricots.
- Vitamin C promotes the formation of antibodies and white blood cells. The latter are essential for the defense against viruses and bacteria. Vitamin C can be found in citrus fruits, many berries, bell peppers, broccoli, spinach, cabbage or kiwis.
- Vitamin E protects our cells from oxidative stress and inhibits inflammatory processes. Vitamin E is found in greater amounts in wheat germ oil, sunflower oil, rapeseed and olive oil, as well as nuts and almonds. In combination, vitamins A, C and E are particularly effective against foreign pathogens.
- B vitamins are needed for the production of antibodies, among other things, and support the immune system's normal function. Green smoothies are great sources of vitamin B and also provide renewed energy.
- The trace element zinc is particularly important when it comes to a strong defense. Even if a pathogen has already invaded the body, zinc can help to stop its reproduction. Zinc is found in legumes such as beans and lentils, beef, wholegrain products, oat flakes, nuts, to name but a few.
- Vitamin D regulates the immune system and prevents infections. A vitamin D deficiency is associated with an increased susceptibility to infections. Vitamin D, which is actually a hormone, can be produced by the body itself when exposed to sunlight. So get a healthy dose of sunshine whenever possible! In the winter months, you may want to consider taking vitamin D supplements.
- Ginger, turmeric and garlic are true immunity heroes! If you have a cold, try a home-made ginger-turmeric shot, because the roots not only have an antibacterial effect, but also inhibit the reproduction of viruses. The turmeric contained in curcuma has a strong anti-inflammatory effect. Alternatively, you can enjoy an extra portion of garlic in your meal. Garlic keeps the blood, heart and vessels healthy and supports the intestines as a natural antibiotic.
- Avoid unnecessary stress! As stress offers the ideal conditions for pathogens to reproduce, you should try to keep stress to a minimum. Find a stress-reducing activity that works for you and fits into your daily routine. Try to avoid any needlessly stressful situations.
- Sleep strengthens the immune system as defensive cells regenerate while you sleep. So make sure to get at least 7 hours of undisturbed sleep and listen to your body.
- Exercise is also vital for maintaining a healthy immune system. Whether it's yoga, jogging, hiking or cycling, exercise keeps the immune system on its toes. Incorporate at least 30-45 minutes of exercise into your daily routine every day.