Not only are nights longer, daylight is often overtaken by clouds—so there’s less opportunity to get Vitamin D from the sun. And it’s colder—so you’re all bundled up, and getting less immune stimulation from touch. And fewer fruits and vegetables are in season—so you’re getting less nutrients in your diet (certainly less variety!). Multiply that by dry weather spreading everything from Norovirus to the flu, and it may be time for an extra immune boost.
The strength of your immune system is affected by a long list of factors. How well you follow the basics of good sleep, nutrition, exercise, and fighting back stress are all front line issues in keeping your immune system strong. But other things—being young (especially under age 7), being old (it’s a gradual loss, usually), being pregnant, or simultaneously fighting off other infections (you may not even notice, it could be some mild inflammation) can also weaken your immune system. Then there’s all those winter factors I already listed.
At least you can do something against most of them! After all, you control what you eat, how much you sleep, whether you exercise, and how stressed out you let yourself get.
Colloidal silver is a great line of defense to employ every day—as we age and go through other immune suppressing events, it’s a boost that is great to have.
Then there’s all those winter factors—fewer choices of fruits and veggies to add to your diet for nutritional variety, and the year-round concern that the soil it’s grown in may not be offering off that many nutrients anyway.
Add immune support that works at a cellular level by offering extra nutritional support: Immune System Regenerator. It’s a mix of immune supporting ingredients, but stars Humic and Fulvic minerals. Humic and Fulvic minerals are taken from organic, nutrient rich soil (thanks to fossilized plants).
If you’re feeling tired, or like you’re constantly pushing back against a cold, or maybe a bit of seasonal depression, give yourself a boost. Don’t let your body be overworked by things that you can fix!
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