Boost your immune system

Our Immune systems are our 1st line of defense against enemy invaders, Daily we are exposed to a variety of external toxins from  stress, air quality, smoke, to the foods we eat.  Each has a  dramatic effect how our immune system responds. 

70% of our immune system resides in our digestive system, which means we can have a huge impact on our immune system's health depending upon the type of food we put into our bodies.   Between a busy schedule and habits we develop we can easily  not consume  enough essential mico-nutrients (vitamins and minerals) in the foods we eat, depending upon what we consume we are  exposing ourselves to cell damaging oxidation, which has been linked to causing diseases like diabetes and cancer.  What is your best defense to keep your immune system strong? (1)  

Healthy habits:

Immunity boosting foods:

Boosting Recipes:

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Breakfast on the run?  carrige oats  in a jar  

Immunity boosting soup recipes- Here are several delicious soup recipes worth sharing for your lunch or dinner!

A classic feel good recipe that is good for you!

Ginger Lemon Tea:
Makes 1 litre
1 whole lemon
2 tablespoons fresh grated ginger root
1 tsp local  honey to serve
Combine lemon juice and fresh grated ginger into a plunger or large tea pot.
Boil water and pour into the pot over the ginger and lemon, making sure to fill all the way up.  This should take about 5 minutes. Pour into cup add honey- Enjoy.

Interested in making  improvements to your nutritional fitness? 
email me and ask about joining others,  learn how you can use whole foods to improve your health and how you feel!

 To your health! 


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yummy soups:

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