Health: IMMUNITY is always the key

Nutritional Immunology

Nutritional Immunology: The human body has the best doctor – the immune system, which is crucial in defending against various diseases. In recent years, we have been surrounded by various illnesses, such as the seemingly ended “COVID-19 pandemic” (in reality, we have just adapted to coexist with the coronavirus, and it has not disappeared). Additionally, there is a growing trend of diseases like diabetes and heart disease affecting younger individuals.

During this time, the only way to ensure our own and our family’s well-being is by regulating our immune system, making ourselves and our loved ones healthy and safe, and enabling us to feel secure and happy.

Methods to boost immunity include vaccination, which stimulates the body to produce antibodies against antigens and enhances its resistance to virus infections. Besides, various natural plant nutrients can also help in regulating our immune system.

Many people believe that the higher the immunity, the better. However, this is a misconception! An overly weak immune system cannot effectively combat pathogens, making the body susceptible to viral and bacterial attacks. On the other hand, an excessively strong immune system can lead to allergic reactions, and in severe cases, immune cells may attack normal cells in the body.

Therefore, maintaining a balanced immune system is the most crucial aspect in facing the age of rampant diseases.

In reality, many foods have immune-boosting properties, such as cordyceps, ginseng, various mushrooms, leafy greens, green tea, various berries, and more. These are excellent sources of natural plant nutrients that we can incorporate into our diet to safeguard the health of ourselves, our families, and friends.

Most people believe that they are healthy as long as they are not ill. However, many diseases actually take a long time to develop signs in the body. Gradually, the body will feel very tired or react abnormally.

This sensation of “weakness” may exist before any signs of a more serious sickness do. When people are unaware of symptoms, they often ignore health issues. However, by the time a disease expresses itself severely, it is usually too late to prevent it.

Everyone of us has an intelligently constructed, properly functioning immune system. It serves as the body’s army, defending humans from all foreign invasions.

As soon as you sense a virus invasion, even during the period of covert incubation, your immune system will dispatch its finely developed immune cells to begin combating the infection.

It is natural that the side with the ablest warriors prevails when two armies are at battle. The immune system has the best chance of winning the battle when the virus has just invaded because that is precisely when it is at its weakest. The immune system will become vulnerable to numerous viruses, bacteria, and other microbes if it remains underdeveloped. A compromised immune system is unable to identify and eliminate viruses, which allows cancer or other diseases to proliferate rapidly throughout the body.

It is clear that the greatest method to prevent many diseases is to maintain a robust immune system, allowing it to serve as a line of defense for individuals at all times and assuring efficient resistance during the optimal defensive period.

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Rhapsody are rich in Plant Based Nutrients that benefit overall health in various ways, enhance Immune System to defend Bacteria and Virus Infections, destroy Cancer Cells.

Cactus rich in Antioxidants and Phytochemicals, which can effectively strengthen the immune system, improve the oxidative stress status and has potent anti-inflammatory effects.

American Ginseng rich in ginsenosides, help fight against stress. help the body achieve a balance state and also promote nerve regeneration, promote production of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF)

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Your health is an investment, not an expense, however it will become an expense if you don’t take time to invest in it.

We tend to spend money on some things that are unnecessary, and then feel like we don’t have enough money to invest in our health. We need to invest our time and money into keeping ourselves healthy starting now. Don’t wait until it’s too late to start trying to make a difference.

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