If we focus on good health year round then we don’t need to worry as the seasons change!
One of my my go-to holistic health practitioners Dr. Kerry Dillberg, whom I have been receiving trusted health advice and support from since I was a teenager, sent out a very helpful newsletter with practical tips for boosting our immune system and helping us avoid any type of virus.
I’ve learned a ton about health and have been following a very health focused lifestyle since my later teens and naturally I lead my family in the same way. I can tell you its taken a bit of focus to stay away from conventional convenient food but it is so worth it. Might I add, it’s more than just the food you eat too! That being said, I can’t remember the last time I’ve taken antibiotics and neither of my children have ever had antibiotics or anything of that sort, thankfully. Coincidence? I think not. We make choices that build for resilient health.
With the permission of Dr. Kerry Dillberg, I am passing on these practical health habits, and added a bit, that are important all the time, but especially right now. I hope you find these immunity boosting tips encouraging and empowering – let’s combat health anxiety by focusing on what we can control.
Stay healthy everyone!
|Dr. Dillberg recommends that you focus on your IMMUNE SYSTEM AND VITALITY. You cannot always control your environment, and you cannot ensure that you are not around someone who is a carrier of the virus (common flu or Corona virus).
You CAN influence and support your own immune system.
You can do much more than wash your hands multiple times per day! Here are some common-sense health habits that will boost and/or support your immune system and give you the BEST POSSIBLE immune function. Give yourself the best possible chance to avoid succumbing to any serious flu or virus:
Let’s all remember that Good Health is our Choice, and that your daily choices can make or break your health.
– Great News and Health Advice from Dillberg Integrated Healthcare
Lots of love and good health to you,