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Topic of the Month: Top 10 Foods to Boost Immunity

There is a strong correlation between excessive eating time frames
(Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years) and . . .right about now. . . .
colds and the flu. It is NOT that there is some "season" but rather, poor
eating habits. Now is the time to get back on track. Start with you
immune system. Here are the top 8 foods to help you with this task:

1.Yogurt. This is packed with probiotics, good bacteria found in the gut.
60% of the immune system's receptor cells are found in the colon and
another 15% in the lower small intestine. In other words, 75% of your
immune system is your Digestion. Yogurt, particularly Greek yogurt will
be a major help.


      Fatty Fish. Fish, loaded with Omega 3's, are excellent for
immunity. They include salmon, sardines, and mackerel. They help the
system by making the membranes more permeable to vital nutrients.

      Garlic. For 1000's of years, eating garlic has been known to have
tremendous medicinal value. A recent study stated that garlic can even
prevent the common cold! It is anti-bacteria, anti-fungal and anti-viral.
4.Honey. Sweet, make by annoying insects, honey contains antimicrobial
and antioxidant properties. Locally grown honey is also one of the
treatments for allergy prevention.

   1. Oysters. These mollusks contain more zinc per serving than any
other food. Why is this important? Zinc is considered THE mineral to
strengthen the immune system.

Continued next month. . . . . . . . .

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Dr. David Orman

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