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Immune System

March 15, 2013

Why we get weak immune system?

When the count of white blood cells is reduced the immune system becomes weak. Chemical toxins also make your immune system weaker. When your immune system is weaker you are susceptible to get diseases. It is very important to boost your immune system to live a healthy life.

Healthy living strategies:

The common good-health recommendations to maintaining your system strong and healthy are as follows:

An image displaying the human Immune System•             Taking high diet food items such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains and low in saturated fat.

•             Regular Exercise

•             Maintain healthy weight

•             Avoid infection, such as washing your hands frequently.

•             Medical screening tests regularly.

Age and Immunity:

The area of research is on different body age groups how the immune system functions. Scientists believe that the aging process somehow results in a decrease of immune response ability, which in turn contributes to more infections, more inflamation related illness, and cancer.

The best foods are:


Garlic has the qualities to increase your immune system easily. You can take garlic either raw or prepared. The advantages of garlic are more if you take it raw. However you need to grind it to very small pieces and take them along with your meals. You should not eat raw garlic alone. Garlic can also help to cut down your blood choleseterol stages.


Vitamin C is the best one to boost immune system. Orange, lemon, and Alma are rich in vitamin C.


Sleep enough everyday to keep your immune system good.


Modern medicine, which once handled the relationship between feelings and health with uncertainty, has come to appreciate the closely connected relationship of mind and body. A wide range of problems, such as stomach upset, and even cardiovascular disease, are connected to the effects of psychological stress. But although the relationship between stress and immune function is being analyzed by a number of different types of researchers, so far it is not a major area of research for immunologists.

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