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What do "Immune support"labels mean?

Updated: Dec 13, 2021



There are a lot of products out there that now have “Immune Support” labels on them, but do we know what we are getting when we buy something labeled immune support?


There are a lot of things we can be doing to boost our immune systems and a lot of new products to help but, what is it about these products that help boost immune support? 1 word, Vitamins.


Our immune systems do not always work perfectly. When our immune systems are running smoothly, you don’t notice that it’s there. When it stops working properly, we feel sick. Germs we have never encountered before may also make you ill when our bodies are not used to it.

Without an immune system, we would have no way to fight harmful things that enter our body from the outside or harmful changes that occur inside our body.


The immune system has an essential role in protecting our bodies. It protects you from harmful substances, either substances we put in our bodies or substances we don’t have control over. Our immune systems protect us from germs and cell changes that could make us ill.


Our immune systems are made up of “white blood cells, antibodies, the complement system, the lymphatic system, the spleen, the thymus, and the bone marrow” according to betterhealth.vic.gov.


Vitamin C is one of the biggest immune system boosters of all. In fact, a lack of vitamin C can even make you more prone to getting sick. Food rich in vitamin C includes oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, strawberries, bell peppers, spinach, kale, and broccoli. Daily intake of vitamin C is essential for good health because your body doesn’t produce or store it. The good news is that vitamin C is in so many foods that most people don’t need to take a vitamin C supplement unless a doctor advises it.


Vitamin B6 is vital to supporting biochemical reactions in the immune system. Vitamin B6-rich foods include chicken and cold-water fish such as salmon and tuna. Vitamin B6 also is found in green vegetables and in chickpeas, which is the main ingredient in hummus.


Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps the body fight off infection. Food rich in vitamin E includes nuts, seeds, and spinach.


Maintain a healthy diet this includes making sure you are eating your fruits and vegetables as well as healthy fats and whole grains. It is helpful to get the vitamins and minerals you need in your diet.


Exercising regularly is also effective in keeping your immune system working properly. It not only keeps you healthy and in shape, but it helps with circulation. Circulation allows for immune cells to travel through your body easily.


Water plays many important roles in your body in every aspect of your health. Water is also important for immune support. Lymph is a liquid that travels your body and with immune cells and it is made up of mostly water. Dehydration causes it to move slower.


When we are asleep our body does a lot of repairs. Making sure we are getting lots of sleep will allow for our bodies to repair themselves. Infection-fighting molecules are created while we are asleep. HoustonMethodist.org found that “Studies have shown that people who don't get enough quality sleep are more prone to getting sick after exposure to viruses, such as those that cause the common cold.


With Covid-19 on the Rise, and Flu season approaching it is super important to make sure we are taking care of ourselves by eating right, getting our vitamins, exercising, getting enough sleep, and staying hydrated.


If you are looking for a drink to keep you hydrated and get those vitamins try a REZ. REZ is a natural, plant-based, immune-supporting drink with vitamin C, vitamin B3, B6, B12, calcium, potassium, vitamin E, magnesium, zinc copper, manganese, and more. REZ also has 0 sugar, 10 calories, and only 1 carb, and lots of electrolytes making it the perfect drink for any lifestyle or diet.


REZ is even great immune support for kids who are going to schools full of germs.


If you have Covid-19 symptoms try the Virtual urgent care provider available 24/7 to determine if you should get tested.




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