Five Tips for a Strong Immune System

With autumn in full swing and winter on the horizon, strengthening the immune system is on everyone's agenda. The good news is that keeping the immune system strong doesn't have to be a big deal - in fact, making a few adjustments to daily routine, diet and lifestyle are all we need to ensure full immune function, especially at this time of transition to colder days.

Five Tips for a Strong Immune System

In this article, we share five tips for a stronger immune system, from foods to eat this time of year to essential wellness and beauty products to include in your daily routine!

Bet on a balanced and varied diet

When the subject is the optimal functioning of the immune system, one of the best (and simplest) places to start is in our kitchen. A varied diet rich in antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients is an essential step for a good immune response, which is why we should include some key foods in our autumn dishes.

Among them are dark green vegetablessuch as kale, spinach, Brussels sprouts, chard, and broccoli; the pumpkinan excellent source of vitamin A; pumpkin, an excellent source of legumessuch as chickpeas and lentils, excellent sources of protein, important for an adequate immune response and for tissue repair and growth; and citrus fruitscitrus fruits red fruits and tomatoestomatoes, known antioxidants that not only support the immune system but also play an important role in repairing DNA damage and enhancing the body's ability to repair itself.

Drink water

Here's a tip we'll never tire of reminding ourselves. Drinking water is vital for the functioning of all our organs, and is also an important part of maintaining normal immune system function.

With cold weather, however, it is normal that we feel less like drinking water. A very simple way to boost your consumption while strengthening your immune system is to add 2 to 4 pipettes full of Super Immunity Drops drops in a glass of water. This formula based on medicinal plants and mushrooms offers a natural reinforcement of the body's defensesboosting its resilience and regulating the immune response.

Introduce a supplement in your daily routine

Supplementation is important all year round, but becomes even more crucial during the changing seasons. One food supplement that we don't skimp on our daily routine is Super Womana bioavailable and bioactive formula, with multivitamins, minerals, plant extracts and essential adaptogens for body and emotional balance.

In addition to reducing stress and stimulating energy, mood, focus and well-being, these capsules help regulate cortisol levels levels (which, when elevated, directly affect the immune system) and are formulated with ingredients that are highly beneficial for our immunity, such as Reishi, Ashwagandha and Amlaone of the main sources of vitamin C that exists.

Do a lymphatic drainage at home

The lymphatic system is part of our immune system, and consists of a network of tissues and organs that help the body release toxins, waste, and other unwanted material. This means that draining massagemassage, in addition to being therapeutic and relaxing, also helps boost immunity - its benefits are numerous, from assisting in the elimination of toxins, to decongesting tissues, to helping reduce inflammation.

The best news of all is that this massage is also very simple to do at home, either with your own fingers or with the help of a tool, such as our Hand Body Brush. With natural bristles, this tool allows dry brushing the skin, a perfect beauty ritual for exfoliation and detoxification. In addition to removing dead cells, leaving the skin much softer and toned, the use of this body brush stimulates the lymphatic system, boosting the natural process of toxin release. 

Prioritize your well-being

We all know that a hectic and frenetic lifestyle, coupled with the stress that often consumes our daily lives, has its handful of effects on our health - and, consequently, our immunity.

This is why wellness should be at the top of our priorities. And when we talk about well-being, we talk about gestures such as dedicating a few minutes of your lunch hour to a brisk walk outside, exercising on a regular basis, eating dinner early in the morning (essential for good digestion and a more restful sleep). and sleep nine hours a night.

And if you need a little extra help to boost your digestion and sleep better, try introducing Digestion Drops - Drops to speed up metabolism, facilitate digestion and activate lymphatic drainage - and the Sleep Drops - to promote regular and truly regenerative rest, combat stress and relieve accumulated tension - in your daily routine.