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Natural Immune Boosters

Posted on October 29, 2012 by Anna | Natural Health Advocate

Thymuline, Seasonal Foods, and Outdoor Activities are your Best Friends When Looking to Strengthen your Immune System

Homeopathic remedy Thymuline for preventing cold and fluThymuline, a homeopathic formula, fresh seasonal foods, and regular outdoor exercise can help you repel infections, viruses, and bacteria naturally. Read up on how to improve your body's immune response to recover quickly or prevent illnesses all together. By Antje Wirth

What is Thymuline?

Thymuline is a homeopathic formula that supports the function of the thymus, the central organ of the immune system. Thymuline boosts immunity, fights viral and bacterial agents, and is especially helpful in relieving and preventing colds, flus, sinusitis, bronchitis, and allergies. It is also recommended when feeling under the weather and suffering from overwork and exhaustion. Take three pellets of Thymuline once a week during the winter months or allergy season. Consider combining Thymuline with the following remedies for optimal protection:

Immune Boosting Foods

Fresh seasonal foods that don't have to travel far from the farm to your table are your best bet in increasing body health and immunity. Include berries, garlic, cabbage, almonds, and watermelons in your daily meals. Add green tea, and during the winter months, make sure to get your fill of elderberries. Don't know how to eat the dark berries that block flu viruses? Mix them in yogurt or blend them for a yummy juice!

Outdoor Fun

Keeping up outdoor activities year-round increases our natural immune defense. It decreases stress, contributes to emotional balance, and helps circulate lymph through the body. Combine shopping and easy exercise when visiting a pumpkin patch or picking strawberries. Plant a garden or take a vigorous nature walk. Visit the zoo or make sidewalk art. Don't forget to drink plenty of water, get enough sleep, and wash your hands often.
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