Immune health is top of mind right now — and it’s not changing anytime soon. In fact, our current global health crisis has forced us to take a closer look at our immunity and what we’re doing to support it.
We all know by now the importance of washing your hands and practicing good respiratory hygiene (covering your mouth when coughing and sneezing). But there’s a lot more you can do to stay healthy than simply avoiding germs. In fact, there are dozens of scientifically-proven ways to improve immunity.
You probably don’t think much about your immune system day to day—unless you aren’t feeling well. Most of the time this complex network of cells and organs works 24/7/365 under the radar, fighting off infection and pathogens.