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Healthy Gut, Healthy Immune System!
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Healthy Gut, Healthy Immune System!

When you think of “gut health,” what comes to mind? For most of us, we think about having great digestion, absorbing all the best nutrients from our food to stay energized, and avoiding issues like constipation, bloating, and gas. While these are all important functions of the gut, they only […]

The 7 Immune-Boosting Nutrients You Should Know About
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The 7 Immune-Boosting Nutrients You Should Know About

Tiny microorganisms dangerous to our health are all around us. Pathogens like the cold, the flu, and COVID-19 may be lurking on grocery store baskets or in the air that we breathe. When pathogens infiltrate our first line of defense and enter the body, our immune response determines whether or […]

Considering Mushrooms for Immune Support? What You Need to Know
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Considering Mushrooms for Immune Support? What You Need to Know

 Mushrooms and other fungi have long been used for their medicinal properties by traditional healing systems. They’ve recently gained widespread popularity and the modern herbalist can prescribe a variety of mushrooms to improve digestion, reduce anxiety, balance hormones, and even boost the immune system. You may even find a restorative […]

Is Echinacea Right for Everyone?…You’d be Surprised…
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Is Echinacea Right for Everyone?…You’d be Surprised…

Echinacea is famous for its supposed ability to fight the common cold and offer a natural immune boost. As such, it is a common ingredient in many immune-boosting supplements and teas. But, is echinacea really that effective in enhancing the immune function? And, more importantly, is it safe? Here we’ll […]

Eating Your Way to a Healthy Immune System
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Eating Your Way to a Healthy Immune System

When it comes to immunity, you are what you eat! Diet plays a key role in the functioning and strength of the immune system. Unfortunately, many foods harm our immunity rather than enhance it. The underlying culprit? Inflammation. Studies have shown that dietary inflammation could be a main cause of […]

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