On this episode of the Get Healthy Alabama podcast we (Dr. George Burroughs and BetyLou Pierce) talk about the nutritional supplements we take to boost our Immune Systems.
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Episode 40 - Supplements To Boost Your Immune System
It’s getting to be “that time of the year” again.
You know, “cold and flu” season.
And, for some reason I think that this year’s season is going to be a challenge.
Because we’re still dealing with the Coronavirus… that unwelcome guest that just won’t go away.
But don’t worry as we’ve got your back.
On this episode we're going to share with you the supplements we take to BOOST the one system of the body that is vital for preventing sickness:
The Immune System.
Without a doubt, a strong Immune System is the BEST defense against colds, the flu and the Coronavirus.
However, a strong Immune System doesn’t “just happen.”
Like your muscles, its strength must be “developed.”
By “feeding” it the right kind of nutrients.
Nutrients that are found in whole foods.
Nutrients that nourish the organs, glands and cells that promote Immune System function.
Nutrients like those we discuss on this week’s episode.
So, do yourself a favor and give this episode a good listen.
Then talk with your health care provider about IMPLEMENTING some of what you learn.
How well you handle the upcoming cold and flu season will be partly determined by the supplement choices you make today.
Choose to be healthy!
***To order any of the Standard Process supplements mentioned on this episode, go to Atlas.StandardProcess.com
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* This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. Please consult with your health care provider before making any health-related changes.
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