When it comes to your immune system, what you eat matters.
Can you guess which ingredient is most detrimental to your immune health ?
The Worst Food Ingredient for Your Immune System
Refined and processed sugar.
It creates a chronic low-grade inflammation state, which stresses the body’s innate immune system and makes it slower to jump on pathogens when they enter the body.
What Kinds of Sugar?
But even if you don’t eat donuts, candy, cakes or cookies regularly, having too many simple carbs like bread, pasta, rice, cereal or even certain fruits and juices may be silently driving up your blood sugar.
People often forget — or don’t realize — that sugar is in
Got A Glucometer?
I recommend everyone have their own glucometer. Glucometers are also known as glucose meters. These devices require only a single drop of blood. They are a convenient size and are portable. They are small enough to travel with. They can be used anywhere at any time. what a great way to “know your numbers”.
Get Lab Tests Done
Fasting Blood Sugar is a test that measures your blood sugar at one point in time. A more helpful test is Hemogoblin A1c which measure average blood sugar over the previous three months. Specifically, the A1C test measures what percentage of hemoglobin proteins in your blood are coated with sugar (glycated). Hemoglobin proteins in red blood cells transport oxygen. The higher your A1C level is, the poorer your blood sugar control
Wellness Plan for Your Immune System
Using diet and lifestyle modification, you can support your immune system and create a strong, resilient internal environment. If you care about your health, you’ll want to nurture this important protection system.
Supporting your immune system and keeping the fire stoked is a big step towards optimal health. Taking the key steps to protect and promote your immune system is as important as it gets when it comes to your health and longevity.
1. Follow the Mediterranean Eating Plan
You don’t need to go low-carb, just choose the “right” carbs. In fact, eating carbs in the form of vegetables, beans, whole fruits, and nuts and seeds — all mineral- and vitamin-rich foods — is a great way to keep those hunger pangs at bay.
2. Check Your Vitamin D Levels
Scientists recently gained insights into how vitamin D functions to reduce inflammation. Taking vitamin D daily or weekly was more effective than larger doses taken in single or monthly boluses. You want to personalize the dose and can use this Vitamin D Calculator HEREto determine the right dose for you. Use the tool to calculate the estimated additional Vitamin D intake needed to reach your target vitamin D serum level of 40-60 ng/ml. CLICK HEREfor the Vitamin D I recommend.
3. Get Quality Sleep
Sleep is one of the most important health behaviors for optimal immune function, mental and physical health, and quality of life.
4. Keep Moving
Fit in 2, 5, 10 or 20 minutes, however and wherever you can. Every active minute counts!
5, If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.
Yuu will have Lifetime access to Sugar Buster resources – You can repeat the program as many times as you desire.
CLICK HERE FOR MY FREE EBOOK Top 12 Lifestyle Tips to Support A Healthy Immune System (SOME MIGHT SURPRISE YOU!)NOTE This information does not constitute medical advice. This is compiled for educational purposes only. Your doctor knows you best. Talk to your doctor for specific questions about your personal health.