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Support for the Immune System

Habits, foods and supplements that can help support your immune system and help maintain your health.

By Taylor Hugo


 
 

What is immune health?

Immune health simply refers to the health of, you guessed it, your immune system. Made up of a network of cells, tissues and organs—including your skin, mucous membranes, white blood cells and lymph system—your immune system is responsible for your overall health and wellbeing.


 

What lifestyle changes and habits support your immune health?

Following a healthy lifestyle is the best thing you can do to boost immune health. This includes:

- Maintaining a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats, all of which contain immune system–supporting vitamins and minerals.

- Exercising regularly. Engaging in as little as 30 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous exercise every day has been shown to stimulate your immune system.

- Drinking plenty of water.

- Sleeping at least seven hours every night.

- Minimizing stress.   

Healthy Food


What lifestyle changes and habits support your immune health?

Following a healthy lifestyle is the best thing you can do to boost immune health. This includes:

- Maintaining a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats, all of which contain immune system–supporting vitamins and minerals.

- Exercising regularly. Engaging in as little as 30 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous exercise every day has been shown to stimulate your immune system.

- Drinking plenty of water.

- Sleeping at least seven hours every night.

- Minimizing stress.   

 

Which vitamins and nutrients support immune health?

The vitamins and minerals your body needs to support immune health* can be found in both foods and supplements like Vitafusion gummy vitamins. Three essential ones are:


 
 

fruit

Vitamin C is a big immune system supporter. It’s easy to get through oranges, strawberries, bell peppers, kale and broccoli, to name a few.

fish

Vitamin B6 supports biochemical reactions in the immune system. Chicken, salmon, tuna, green vegetables and chickpeas are all rich in this vitamin.

nuts

Vitamin E is found in nuts, seeds, and spinach.

 
 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 
 



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