How to Boost Your Immunity – Part 1
In today’s vodcast, I chat about how to boost your immunity to fend off illness as we head into cold and flu season. This is Part 1 of a three-part series.
These conversational vodcasts are available to the Kitchen Pioneers who have joined my YouTube membership community—The Traditional Foods Kitchen Academy.
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The First Step to Boost Immunity
When it comes to boosting our immunity, first start with three basic actions we all need to take:
- Eat a traditional nutrient-dense foods diet
- Get some fresh air, sunshine, and moderate exercise
- Get plenty of deep, restful, and restorative sleep
These steps sound simple, but in our fast-paced world, these basic steps to boost immunity can sometimes seem almost impossible to attain. But don’t worry!
In today’s member video, I share simple steps for how you can start incorporating these habits into your daily life, little by little.
A Word of Caution about Home Remedies
Approach all home remedies with knowledge and caution. Many home remedies include herbs, and many herbs have potent medicinal properties and have been used as medicine for centuries.
If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication (over the counter or prescription), having allergies, or thinking of using medicinal herbs or home remedies with children, make sure you first talk to your doctor, pediatrician, or other health care professional. You want to ensure that the home remedies you plan to use will not adversely affect you or your children. I can’t stress this enough! Herbs are medicine. Never be casual or negligent in their use.
Ok, let’s start talking about using home remedies to boost immunity.
Home Remedies to Boost Immunity
As we work toward trying to boost our immunity to prevent the onset of illness, be sure to start making these simple home remedies to add to your arsenal of cold and flu-fighting preparations.
Master Herbal Recipes
If you have not had a chance to check out my Herbal Master Recipe series, be sure to do so soon! I share with you how to make your own medicinal herb teas, tinctures, as well as oils and salves.
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