Two Ways To Improve Your Immune System

Hello everyone.

Dr Brad here and today we are going to talk about immunity.

This is a topic on a lot of people’s minds lately.

And there are 2 things that I think every single one of us should be doing.

They are easy to do, very affordable and highly effective.

And that is supplementing with Zinc and Vitamin D3.

Many studies have shown that zinc deficiency causes a severe impairment of immune system function.

Other studies show that D3 plays an important role in immune function. It activates your T-cells which are critical for fighting off bacteria, viruses and infections.

T-cells are superstars in fighting off infections.

So, how much zinc should one take?
3 mg per day age 7 months to 3 years.
5 mg per day age 4 to 13 years.
10 mg per day 14+ years of age.

And how much D3 should one take?

First of all I recommend the liquid form. You can put the drops right into your smoothie or protein shake or right onto your food.

Once you have finished breast-feeding your child (that’s where babies get their immunity from because their immune system isn’t full active until at least 12 months), 200 International Units per day for kids and 500 International Units per day for teenagers and adults.

Personally, from the beginning of October through till the end of March when there is less sunshine and its cold outside, I double up and take 1000 IU per day.

This has worked exceptionally well for me and many of my practice members, and I am confident it will work just as well for you and your kids too.

Where to buy?

Goodness Me, Healthy Planet and Nature’s Emporium all have a vast selection for you to choose from.

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