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Immune System Suppressors

Eliminate the immune system suppressors

The first step to proper immune function is to largely eliminate the worst offenders in its suppression, namely:

  • All forms of sugar
  • Processed food
  • Gluten
  • Corn and soy
  • Hydrogenated fats
  • Alcohol
  • Factory farmed animal products (meat, dairy)
  • Chemical additives and preservatives
  • Heavy metals (fillings, pollution, seafood)
  • Medications
  • EMFs
  • Erratic sleep patterns
  • Inactivity
  • Stress

Any one of these offenders can severely suppress your immune system. If you engage in several, the compounding effects leaves this system unable to do its job effectively and makes you a willing host to all kinds of viruses, bacteria, and disease processes.




Incorporate the immune system builders

The second step to proper immune function is to enlist powerful allies that help defend the system and respond to various offenders on a day-to-day basis. These powerful immune system supporters include:

  • A wide variety of clean, local, and fresh vegetables and fruit, notably garlic, onion, ginger, turmeric, peppers, cruciferous vegetables, dark leafy greens, lemons, and berries
  • Vitamin C (camu camu, acerola cherry, guava, kale, oranges)
  • Vitamin D (sunlight and/or fermented cod liver oil)
  • Zinc (pumpkin seeds)
  • Probiotics (sauerkraut, coconut kefir, apple cider vinegar, kombucha)
  • Antibacterial agents like Echinacea, goldenseal, uva ursi, and colloidal silver
  • Antiviral herbs like una de gato, pau d'arco, astagalus, olive leaf, and oil of oregano
  • Adaptogenic herbs like reishi, astragalus, gynostemma, and ginseng
  • Pure, clean water
  • Grounding
  • Moderate exercise
  • Proper sleep patterns
  • Meditation

The quickest way to see the results of an improved immune system is to stop doing the things that suppress it. Then, transition your lifestyle to include more of the immune system builders. This will supercharge your immune system and adequately prepare it for any threats it may encounter.