Even if you have not been exposed to the Coronavirus, you may have some level of immunity to it. Immunologists are trying to decipher what exactly this means but it’s important to understand what’s going on inside of your body, especially with your T-cells.
And just like that, we are ending one season and transitioning into another, which means it is fall allergy time for so many people. We’re going to focus on what you can do to support your immune system and respiratory system.
Across the board – from elementary school to college – we have to understand the stressful nature that a new school year can bring, especially during this pandemic. While this year is certainly different, it’s important to prepare the body for all that the school year requires of us.
The InVite Health team has consistently expressed the importance of including a superior multivitamin into your daily routine in order to support overall health well before COVID-19. There is so much data available on the benefits of multivitamins for people of all ages when it comes to the immune system.
Researchers at the University of Chicago Medical Center (UChicago Medicine) have found an association between vitamin D deficiency and the likelihood of becoming infected with the Coronavirus.
Mushrooms contain a good amount of fiber, but are also packed with antioxidants. It’s these antioxidants that a lot of the scientific research has been focusing in on, especially for immune health and inflammation.