Here is How to Boost Your Immunity

Spring is about to be sprung. Birds, flowers, sunlight after 6 pm, we love it all. But you know what we don’t love? The seasonal sneezies that come with the drastic changes in the weather. We’ve rounded up some expert advice for boosting your immune system. What good is waking up and smelling the roses if your nose is stuffy?

Spray it Loud

The Walking Dead Actress, Briana Venskus swears by MycoShield Multi Mushroom Spray for her immunity support. The all natural spray comes in a bunch of flavors and puts your immune system to work using the power of mushrooms. “I don’t know what’s in it, and I don’t know how it works, but it’s magic…” she says. 

The Silver Bullet

According to Musician Jessy Greene, Sovereign Silver is the gold standard for her immune system. Silver has a long tradition of fighting off disease and handsy werewolves, so it makes perfect sense that it can boost your body’s ability to defend itself. 

Spill the Tea

Every now and then we all like a good detox, right? Maybe after a weekend bender with your friends (remember those?), or if you just want a quick recharge. Actress Vivian Lamolli stans for Arbonne Essentials Herbal Detox Tea. It’s vegan, caffeine free, and it helps to flush your kidneys and livers of any toxins you may have come across the night before. Detox tea is just a good, easy way to make that one small step towards a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, it can’t help with those toxic people in your life, but for everything else it’s perfect. 

Curb that Cold

That feeling when you wake up and think “oh **** I’m getting a cold”? According to Dr. Greg Jones, Priority On Bio-Vegetarian Immune System Support is just what you need. All-natural ingredients provide the full rainbow of vitamins, minerals, and herbal extracts to boost your system and fight off that cold before things get nasty. It’s actually what the doc ordered. 

Clear Your Throat

Your throat is scratchy and you’re not sure if it’s because you’re getting sick or because of the grammy-nominated performance you put on last night in your shower. What you do know is that you’ve got a Zoom call at 11 and you can’t be all raspy voiced. Fitness instructor Nathan Rogers says Beekeepers Throat Spray is here to save the day. So say “ahhh” and spray that sore throat away.    

Totally Anti-Oxidants

If you’re against oxidants, then you’ll love Terrasoul Superfoods Ashwagandha Powder. According to celebrity trainer Pierre Batraville, this super powered powder is able to reduce stress and anxiety while being a powerful antioxidant with restorative health abilities. It really is a wonder herb.

Go Ginger

Tummy aches suck and can ruin your whole day. Desiree Nathanson, owner of Interfusion Fitness can attest to that, especially during pregnancy. That’s why she suggests using Natural Ginger Tummydrops to keep your digestive system feeling sparkly. Newsflash, feeling good on the inside is the first step to feeling good on the outside, and these drops make that advice easy to stomach.  

A Berry Fizzy Boost

Vitamin C is like the Beyonce of immune system support. Nutritionist Nicole Fiscella says Sambucus Fizzy Organic Elderberry is the best way to get that queen of vitamins in your life. Organic black elderberry extract means that you’re also getting a delicious and natural immunity refresh. Add that all together in a take-anywhere package and you’ll be feeling great all day long. 

Turm it Up

Turmeric has two amazing qualities. Firstly, it’s an anti-inflammatory. Which is why Lady Gaga’s dancer and choreographer Asiel Hardison loves it for those routines that are hard on the bod. Secondly, it’s got anti-viral properties, so it’s always good as an extra layer of protection against all those microbial nasties hanging around. Trader Joe’s Turmeric Pills keep us dancing around the house without having to worry about getting sick, and for that we are in love.

If you’re sick of worrying about being sick, boost your immunity and your body’s natural defenses, so you can stop texting your nurse friends to find out if you potentially have COVID, or if it’s just seasonal allergies.

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