Ebola, influenza, West Nile, hepatitis, rotavirus, pertussis are all scary words…
Incorporate foods and herbs in many different ways in every day meal preparation, including:
This is by no means an exhaustive list. Supplements can help immensely. As a bare minimum, vitamins C and D, fish oils or even a decent multivitamin are a good place to start. Exercise is an immune booster and there are extra immune enhancements when you exercise outside, no matter the weather. Often overlooked is rest. Our body needs sleep to repair itself. Carelessness with sleep schedules can have rough effects. Sometimes you just must shut down.
Avoid foods and behaviors that suppress the immune system. The biggest culprits are:
Sugar (especially refined)
Corn, soy, and wheat (gluten)
Excess animal protein
Excess flour intake
Highly processed foods
Improve in these areas, and your immune system and energy levels will reciprocate; this helps your body protect itself against Ebola and any other viruses or bacteria that may come our way.
Joyfully serving her Saviour in her blessed position of wife and mother, Dr. Michelle Zarrillo has a unique perspective on health related issues. As a working chiropractor and an avid reader, she has many opportunities to practice that which she learns. Educating her children at home and discovering their special needs has further challenged her to examine the connection between the physical, mental and spiritual realms of the human nature. Her passion for healthier living and her quest for the Creator’s ways of healing keep her pressing forward in search of truth.