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5 Simple Ways To Naturally Support Your Immune System This Season 0
Do you tend to get sick during cold & flu season? Do you feel a little more sluggish during the colder months of the year? If you answered YES to these questions, you might think that it is just a normal part of life. However, what if I told you that it wasn’t? What if I told you that we as humans should not be getting sick as often as we do? Well, it’s true, and the reason why it happens is due to our immune systems being overburdened with less-than-optimal (or in some cases downright terrible) diets and lifestyle habits. I’m talking about consuming lots of low-nutrient foods, high stress living, and partaking in things we know we shouldn’t, such as smoking and drinking. These things can be detrimental to our immune systems, leaving us feeling weak and exposing us to harmful bacteria and viruses that require better health to fend off. Sure, you might just think of being sick as the average cold or flu – but really it’s your body’s way of telling you that you need to support your immune system better!
Luckily for you, you can easily boost your immunity – totally naturally – and all it takes are a few simple adjustments and tricks. Continue reading to learn how to strengthen that immune system of yours this season!
A Cultural Perspective On Adaptogens 0Written by Arti Jalan, from Forage and Sustain. Forage and Sustain is an online platform that approaches all things related to sustainable and conscious living with a fresh perspective. Founder, Arti Jalan, creatively explores a myriad of topics that affect us in our lives such as self-care & wellness, conscious travel, slow living and ethical fashion. She educates us on how to shift our focus to have a more positive impact in these areas, and encourages us to become agents of social change.
Take Control Of Your Reproductive Health With This Superherb! 0
As adoptogenic herbs continue to gain momentum and popularity here in the West, they’re nothing new to our neighbours in the East. Having used adaptogens like Ashwagandha and Kapikacchu in day to day life for centuries, these powerful herbs and roots are only just being recognized for their healing potential.
As more of us turn away from conventional/synthetic supplements and medication we are beginning to discover and learn more about natural remedies that other people and cultures have been utilizing for years. One of these natural remedies is Shatavari.