Algae, those plant-like green velvet blankets on the surface of ponds and lakes, holds a vault’s worth of nutrition. One of these algae, called Euglena gracilis, supplies and insoluble fiber that stimulates our immune system whenever we need it. This ingredient is called Beta-1.3-Glucan and it’s very well researched in the support of the immune system.
During cold and flu season and especially during a pandemic, it’s important to know the most beneficial supplements you need when traveling.
There’s mounting evidence that taking a high quality multivitamin in the winter can help boost immunity. But not all are created equal.
New research is sheading light on the importance of zinc for immune health.
Many people experience runny nose, sneezing, itchy ears and itchy throat due to seasonal changes and different pollens in the air. Let’s discuss what nutrients that can be beneficial to optimize your seasonal immune support.