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Immune System

Your immune system works hard to keep you healthy. Its job is to keep germs out of your body, destroy them or limit the extent of their harm if they get in. When your immune system is working properly, it can tell which cells are yours and which substances are foreign to your body. It activates, mobilizes, attacks and kills foreign invader germs that can cause you harm.

Many factors in modern society cause stress to our immune systems. For instance, chemicals in the environment, genetics, heavy metals, drug therapies, dysbiosis, liver problems, intestinal permeability, and poor diet can burden our immune systems. Although these conditions come with a distinct underlying cause that must be addressed, direct support of the immune system is often necessary.

You can utilize the Chapman Reflexes and neurolingual testing to evaluate the value of various supplements that support the immune system. The thymus reflex is on the 5th intercostal space, next to the sternum. The spleen reflex is on the left 7th intercostal space. Simply check the reflex for tenderness. Then have the client hold the nutrient in his or her mouth and see if the tenderness decreases. If the reflex becomes less tender, then the nutrient is appropriate.

Supporting the immune system is of benefit to your client’s health, but it is more helpful to find out the cause of stress to the immune system in the first place. Liver function,digestion, dysbiosis, heavy metal toxicity, and other core issues need to be examined.

Tips To Improve Immune System Function

Avoid refined sugar and refined carbohydrates

Refined food is just as bad as saturated fat when it comes to its harmful effects on the cardiovascular system.

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Also, a refined food diet is low in folic acid, B12, and B6, all of which are necessary to keep homocysteine levels low. High homocysteine levels increase the risks of cardiac problems as much as cholesterol.

Syndrome X, a situation where the total cholesterol, triglycerides, and LDL (bad cholesterol) are increased and the HDL (good cholesterol) is decreased, is linked to the consumption of too many refined carbohydrates and poor carbohydrate tolerance.

Avoid hydrogenated and partially‐hydrogenated oils

Avoid margarine and all sources of hydrogenated oil, these are linked to heart disease

You find these in packaged food and margarine.

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Keep this in mind; there are still physicians out there who have their cardiac patients eating margarine.

Also, limit your intake of saturated fats.

Eat Dark Colored Produce

Red grapes are high in bioflavonoids which will enhance immune function. Fruits and vegetables contain bioflavonoids, antioxidants, vitamin C, carotenes, and minerals, all of which help your immune system.
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The fiber in produce reduces stress on the digestive system and helps to bring dysbiosis under control.


Simple aerobic exercise is enough, never become out of breath or be unable to talk while working out. Get older clients to walk.

Drink Enough Water

Water is the essence of life, and ensuring you drink enough of it is crucial for maintaining good health. Yet, many people underestimate the significance of hydration and fail to consume an adequate amount of water each day.

Get Enough Rest

In today’s fast-paced world, finding time to rest and rejuvenate has become more important than ever. In our quest for productivity and success, we often overlook the crucial need for adequate rest.

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