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Brace yourself, flu season is coming

Prepare yourself for the flu season by keeping your immune system balanced with CM-glucan Immunomax

Published: 18:23 PM, September 04, 2016
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Suddenly, people everywhere are sniffling. Your coworkers are starting to call in sick, and children are missing school. The flu season has started!

Thankfully, this season is survivable. You just need to prepare your body for the onset of attack. The trick is to keep your immune system as healthy as it can be before you get exposed to the flu virus.

Here are things you might want to do for your immune system before you get infected.

  1. Take Probiotics
    Taking yogurt and probiotic drinks can give your body good bacteria. These prevent the overgrowth of micro-organisms that threaten your immune system.
  2. Hydrate
    Drinking water flushes toxins in your body, giving your immune cells enough oxygen to function well.
  3. Sleep
    Rebuild your immune cells with at least 7 hours of sleep every night.
  4. Light Exercise
    Facilitate blood flow and circulation through light exercise so your body can easily distribute immune cells to where your body needs it the most.
  5. Vaccination
    Flu viruses mutate and change every year, so while recovering from last year’s flu makes you immune to it, chances are the virus will have mutated enough to overcome your developed immunity when another flu season comes along. Flu vaccines help your body produce much needed antibodies that will combat the flu virus. Ask your doctor about it today.
  6. Take immunomodulators
    Immunomodulators are naturally-occurring substances that, when ingested, help enhance and optimize your body’s response to sickness. Immunomodulators don’t naturally occur in the body but can be found through other sources, such as supplements like ImmunoMax, which is made of pure water-soluble CM-glucan, one of nature’s most powerful immumonodulators.

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