Immunity in the winter
Washing your hands can help get rid of the germs that are around, but how can you support your immune system? Fortunately, there are many ways to do this!
–make sure your vitamin D level is around 80, but not higher than 100. Studies have shown that this is the optimal level. In fact, some people’s asthma resolves when the vitamin D level gets to 80, which is the normal level
–eat brightly colored veggies and fruits. We have an abundance of pumpkins and squashes in the winter. They are loaded with Vitamin A, which, in fact, is anti-viral, and therefore supports your immunity.