Boost The Health Of Your Immune System

The immune system is the body’s protector; it creates B lymphocytes that attack invaders outside the cells, T lymphocytes that attack invaders inside the cells, and NK cells the killer cells that destroy infected cells and cause apoptosis or death of the cell.

Echinacea root. Root, supports immune health.

Many folks only attempt to stimulate their immune system into action, only after the sickness has arrived, instead of fending off ailments.

They’ll use some type of immune-enhancing food like garlic or an herb like Echinacea (which are both great choices), and then hope for the healing. Because, after all… food detoxes and is used as medicine, right?

Let’s get to know the immune system, it’s relationship to the lymphatic system, body detoxification, and their relationship to the water element in your body. And also, if your immune is strong it lower your coronavirus risk factor?

Lymphatic System

The lymphatic system is loaded with lymphocytes, plus macrophages, monitors and filters out foreign invaders, such as bacteria, viruses, and cancer cells. To put it mildly all of our cellular waste is cleaned in the lymph nodes then recycled back to the blood.

The lymphatic system is the cleaner for the body.

These two systems, your lymphatic system and immune system are intricately entwined and cannot function healthfully without each other. The human body that is created by God was well designed.

How To Boost The Health Of Your Immune System

Here are three simple things you can do right now to nourish your water element, detox and support both your lymphatic and immune systems:

Glass with water.
  • Drink water:  Your body needs at least 64 ounces of water daily, and your lymphatic system, is comprised mostly of water. If you are dehydrated, you are going to suffer with compromised immunity.
  • Eat high water content foods: this includes all fruits, many different types of vegetables, as well as the ultimate watery-food… seaweed. High water content food also includes soups (bean soup, chicken soup, broth/stock, etc.), they fill you up and easily flush your system. And, let’s not forget about tea. A warm cup of brewed tea is a great delivery system for healing herbs that can boost your immunity.
  • Move your body: Not weekly, not monthly, daily. The lymph doesn’t have an automatic pump like the heart. To clear debris from the lymph and help your immune system function well you have to move your body. Jumping, running, or vigorous walking all make the difference between a clear flowing stream of water, or a stagnant muddy swamp filled with pathogens. Which type of water would you rather be inside you?

These are simple and easy things you can do right now to support your immune system so you can live a happier and healthier life.

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