Your Amazing Immune System
Do you take any of these drugs on a regular basis?
- Aspirin/Pain medication
- Cold medicines
- Allergy medications
Ask yourself why would you take these artificial chemicals into your body? Is it because you lack a strong immune system or because you’ve been told you have to take drugs to stay healthy?
Your body actually has an amazing ability to protect itself from harm through the natural immune system. When your body is healthy, your immune system can defend itself against millions of bacteria, viruses, parasites, and toxins. When you are run down, you may believe that pills are the only answer. This is a socially accepted norm that many people resort to. But it’s not always the best option.
What’s Inside That Medication?
Take some time today to read through the ingredients in your medicine cabinet. You’ll most likely find a long list of complicated words that are difficult to pronounce. Although they may sound very scientific, you will be left with no better understanding of what is actually in the pills you are taking.
The truth is that many medications can actually cause adverse side effects in the human body. Listen to television and radio commercials and you will most likely start hearing advertisements for lawsuits about previously acceptable medications that have caused serious problems.
Your Body’s Natural Defense – Hydration
Staying hydrated and boosting your immune system naturally is a safe method to staying healthier. Water has no known side effects. Access to clean; pure water is convenient when you have an Enagic® water ionizer. Following general good-health guidelines is the single best step you can take toward keeping your immune system strong and healthy.
You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to boost your immune system, when you:1
- Don’t smoke.
- Eat a diet high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
- Drink 8-10 glasses of clean water daily.
- Exercise regularly.
- Maintain a healthy weight.
- If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.
- Get adequate sleep.
- Wash your hands frequently and cook meats thoroughly.
- Get regular medical screening tests for people in your age group and risk category.