It is impossible to boost your immunity immediately. But that doesn’t mean that a variety of nutrients aren’t helpful for your immune system to keep you healthy.
Improving immunity is a long-term process. Taking good care of your health can feel more like a long-term investment than a one stop solution to immediate threats.
“Boosting your immune system is complex, and it doesn’t happen overnight, and it can’t be achieved with diet alone,” says Kristin Kirkpatrick, MD, chief dietitian and manager of health and nutrition services at the Cleveland Clinic. Starting today is the first step towards success, but the key is to maintain these good habits.”
So, the reason why we should be vigilant against some so-called “products” is: there is no shortcut to health. Those on the market tell us that it will be effective immediately, but it actually only treats the symptoms but not the root cause, and could have unexpected side effects on the body.
“We do know that for many vitamins and minerals, not only vitamin D and vitamin C, but also zinc, there will be potential side effects if consumed above the recommended amount. Personally, I would advise against overdosing on vitamins and minerals, I don’t see any benefit in that.”
Maintaining Your Body’s Delicate Balance
There are many articles discussing “natural” and “synthetic” nutrition on the Internet, but many people still feel confused and don’t know how to choose (of course, there are a lot of professional terms, and anyone who reads it will be confused!)
So today we use a table to briefly compare the two, so that we can see the difference between the two more intuitively, so as to make a better choice.
In the end, a simple summary is: Be a wise consumer, man-made is never as good as God-made
Getting the best organic foods, freshest produce, staying on top of health trends and consuming endless supplements does not mean you’re healthy. Being healthy is about building sustainable habits on planning, enjoying and consuming whole foods on a long-term basis. Healthy eating can be defined as a diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, proteins, whole grains and low in sodium and added sugars within the daily calorie intake. However most people do not have the luxury of planning and preparing meals on a daily basis and much less counting calories.
The abundance of information out there provides awareness, but it also overcomplicates the notion about healthy eating, especially when every single advice out there contradicts each other. The main takeaway should be consuming as much whole foods when possible, and focusing on getting each food group: carbohydrates, protein, fruits and vegetables. Remember to remove the all or nothing idea, as no one is able to eat healthy every single day without indulging in their guilty pleasures once in a while. Enjoy life’s pleasures but always take care of yourself too.
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