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November 16, 2020 - Your Immune System and Round 2 of Any Virus

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Your Immune System and Round 2 of Any Virus

November 16, 2020 Puzzle Piece

Real or fake numbers, it’s time to nutritionally prepare your immune system for the flu season.  When the temperature drops, the immune system can get compromised and may let an opportunistic virus and/or bacteria get a hold on you.
We are hearing the flue numbers are on the rise around the globe. Travel bans, shutdowns, quarantines, and statistics are taking hold of the human populace once again. During chaos of any kind, we need to keep calm and carry on with nutritional support of our adrenals (Opti-Adrenal) and our immune system (Opti-Immune-VRL).

Essential Vitamins and Minerals
There are a variety of nutrients that have been proven--through double-blind studies--to boost your immune system. There are vitamins and minerals your body needs more of when cold and flu season arrive to function optimally. These include vitamins A, C, D3, B6, calcium, magnesium, zinc and manganese. These nutrients are all in Opti-Immune-VRL and increased amounts of A and D can be found in DAK1K2, along with the K1 and K2 nutrients.  This is a combination I take every day all year long.

Nutrients do not directly attack infective agents.  They give your cells what they need to maintain peak function during times of stress and normal physiology. Physiologically active nutrients are needed and utilized in all body functions. 
Vitamin A helps your immune system stay strong and supports many organs and tissues. Magnesium is necessary in 80% of the over 5,000 enzyme systems in the body.  Every cell uses magnesium to for energy production and for cells to function properly and to allow for repair.  Calcium is not just for bones. Research shows your body uses calcium to trigger the healing process when a virus or bacteria cause dysfunction in the body and, of course, many other uses.
Nature’s Resources
There are immune-boosting and virus-fighting nutrients found in nature, but research shows that a handful of them excel at protecting us from illness. These include L-lysine, green tea, Lycopene, Broccoli extract, Glucoraphanin, Zinc, elderberry, Echinacea, Astragalus root, Glucan, and Pomegranate.
Some of these are antioxidants, which play a huge role in keeping us healthy. They keep the body balanced at the molecular level as they fight free radicals, which are an unavoidable part of life. Merely breathing creates free radicals. Supplementing with nutrients like green tea, elderberry, and pomegranate can keep those free radicals in line.
L-Lysine - L-lysine is an amino acid that has anti-viral properties and is used extensively in alternative treatments to viral concerns, like cold sores and the complex surrounding them.
Green Tea - Polyphenols, potent plant antioxidants, are what is believed to give green tea its immune-boosting effects. One laboratory study suggested that a particular type of polyphenols called catechins may kill influenza viruses. It also acts as a natural anti-inflammatory.
Echinacea - Research shows echinacea increases the number of white blood cells, which fight infections. A review of more than a dozen studies, published in 2014, found the herbal remedy had a benefit in preventing colds.
Astragalus Root - Like echinacea, astragalus root is shown to increase white blood cells, along with help inactivate viruses and bad bacteria.
Immune-Boosting Glandulars
The key players in your immune system are your thymus, parotid, lymph nodes, bone marrow, skin, and tonsils, along with good sleep. There are two types of immunity: innate and adaptive. Innate immunity is the resistance we are born with, and adaptive immunity is the immunity that we acquire naturally when we are exposed to viruses, bacteria, other microorganisms, and toxins.
The body builds antibodies to fight off invaders.  The immune system retains long-term memories of these invaders and remembers how to neutralize them in the future.  Nutrient support helps the natural antibodies to form and do their job.  Eating properly, avoiding sugars and fatty fried foods, helps your immune system to be strong and to keep invaders under control and in balance. Being in balance is a huge concern.  You do not want the body to start attacking its own cells through an autoimmune reaction from being excessively up regulated.
Your skin is your first barrier against unfriendly invasions. Digestion, gastric acid secretions, saliva from the parotid glands, gut pro and prebiotics, mucus secretions, including tears are part of this protective and defense system.  Remember the gut is responsible for 80-90% of the immune system.
The immune system defends the body against unfriendly microorganisms. The thymus, parotid, lymph nodes and spleen play essential roles in supporting immune system integrity. These glandulars are in a predigested state in Opti-Immune VRL. This formula helps produce the active soldiers that maintain immune system activity, including specialized white blood cells, lymphocytes, phagocytes, killer T-cells, antibodies, interferon, and lactoferrin.
Opti-Immune VRL
Opti-Immune-VRL is a special integrated blend of nutrients, vitamins, herbs and predigested glandulars (Lymph, Spleen, Thymus and Parotid) that research shows nutritionally supports the immune system. This entire blend is predigested through Opti-Blend, making it up to 300% more bioavailable.
Take 2 capsules two times daily or 1 capsule three times per day as recommend by your doctor.
Yours in Health and Wellness,
John W Brimhall, DC, BA, BS, FIAMA, DIBAK


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