Understanding our Immune System:
“The role of the immune system — a collection of structures and processes within the body — is to protect against disease or other potentially damaging foreign bodies. “ Lifescience.com. Another words, our immune system is a complex network to limit or prevent infection, but do most people really understand how it works? What do you need to know about your immune system to help you or a loved one maintain good health or help you through a health crisis?
First, let’s look at your system. What does the NIH say about the immune functions? According to the (NIH), National Institute of Health, “The immune system is a network of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to protect the body from infection.” So how does this really work in your system and who are these protectors? “The first line of defense is our skin as it defends against microbes from entrance.” NIH. Good reason to wash regularly and cover open wounds. Next, our bone marrow creates a variety of cells types that create first line responders to attack invaders. Our blood stream continuously circulates immune cells to patrol and search for problems in your system. According to NIH, “The Lymph nodes are the communication hub to sample information.” In addition, the immune cells are enriched in the spleen.
So, with this information, let’s look at what you can do to keep your immune system strong. Eat fruits and vegetables, get enough sleep, limit or eliminate alcohol and smoking, add a multivitamin, add a garlic spice or a supplement to your diet. Include supplements like echinacea, elderberry, immune enhancers, colloidal silver, and try to reduce stress.
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