It is now more important than ever to put our health as a top priority, especially amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has drastically changed our lives. Making conscious efforts to keep our health in tip-top shape such as maintaining a well-balanced diet, exercising, and taking care of our mental well-being can prove to make a huge difference by helping decrease the chances of getting sick. Although there is no magic pill to guarantee us protection from contracting the coronavirus, it is important to do what we can to lower the risks...and that starts with how we are taking care of our immune system. Our immune system is responsible for defending us against disease-causing microorganisms which makes it even more important to make sure our immune systems are able to do its job! Today, we’ll be discussing foods you should add to your diet to help boost your immune system as well as consider a secret weapon called IV Nutrient Therapy. Keep reading to learn more!
Even if you have been extremely health-conscious of your diet, it is still possible to be deficient in some of the essential nutrients your body needs to function at its best. With the convenience and availability of heavily processed foods, getting the nutrients from whole foods can be hard. Lacking the nutrients can interfere with basic bodily functions including water balance, nerve-signaling, digestion, enzyme function, and metabolism. Even worse, nutrient deficiencies can lead to diseases like osteoporosis and anemia. With that said, it is important to note the warning symptoms your body may be trying to signal to you that you are nutrient-deficient. Keep reading to find out some common nutrients to pay attention to!
If you haven’t already heard, intermittent fasting has been gaining popularity when it comes to weight-loss lately, and there are several reasons why. There have been countless weight-loss programs introduced to America, but there is something different about this particular strategy that sets them apart. What is intermittent fasting? Intermittent fasting is a weight-loss strategy that involves regular short-term fasts to help regulate weight and appetite with calorie counting not necessarily required.