North Texans Give Tips for a Strong and Healthy Immune System
We all need to be vigilant in maintaining our immune system to resist all assault, not just the coronavirus. Here is some advice from a few of our local experts.
Leisha Anders – Chi Nei Tsang practitioner. 214-810-1424. LoveIntensives.org.
Three things to do every day to strengthen the immune system:
Meditation will decompress our mind which will support our immune system.
Belly massages to support the release of serotonin.
Hot baths will support us in letting go, if only for a moment, the stress in our physical bodies.
Jerron Hill, M.D. – Dr. CBD & Nutrition Centers. 972-212-4341. KetamineHealthTX.com.
Tips for building a healthy immune system:
Nutraceuticals that support a healthy immune system. Some to consider taking daily are vitamin D, curcumin, green tea-70, and immune health support formulations.
CBD enhances immune support by allowing our own endocannabinoids to function optimally.
Exercise and intermittent fasting.
Deborah McFarland – OsteoSrong of Carrollton. 469-301-6050. Osteostrong.me.
Three immune-enhancing super-foods for immune-boosting support:
Ginger: the active compounds in ginger have powerful antimicrobial and antiviral properties.
Garlic: this kitchen stable is an immune boosting-superstar.
Citrus: Oranges, grapefruit, lemons and limes are great at preventing deficiencies in vitamin C, which leads to impaired immune function and increased risk of infection.
Denise Hickey – Conservation Manager, North Texas Municipal Water District. 972-442-5404. DefendYourDrainsNorthTexas.com and ntmwd.org.
With the increase use of wipes for disinfection, remember these tips:
Wipes block everything, so don’t flush them.
All types of wipes belong in the trash.
While packaging states flushable, wipes do not break down, causing blockages in sewer pipes.
The commode should only be used for three things: pee, poop and (toilet) toilet paper.