These tips serve as a reminder to naturally support your body's immune system during Covid-19, cold and flu season. Take great care of your "Vehicle of Life", your body will remind you or give warning that it needs care.
Please be well and safe all year long.
Editor In Chief | Xolah Gebor
Your body’s immune system protects against illness and infection, fighting off threats before you even know there’s a problem. Even though your immune system usually does its job automatically, you can give it a boost with habits that promote wellness and support immunity.
Eat healthy fruits and vegetables. Although you may not be aware they contain flavonoids, these phytochemicals found in some fruits and veggies are a vital part of maintaining health. Flavonoids are found in colorful fruits and vegetables like cranberries and elderberries. When it comes to power foods, elderberries’ exceptional flavanol levels make them an immune system powerhouse. Especially important during cold and flu season, elderberries can also be enjoyed in a cup of warm tea for instant comfort.
Reduce stress with outdoor activities. Keeping physically fit provides numerous health benefits such as reducing stress by being one with nature through taking a walk outside. The sun’s UV rays help your body produce vitamin D, which is important for your bones, blood cells and immune system, as well as helping absorb and use certain nutrients. Yoga and massage can also be used to help stimulate the immune system and promote well-being.
Keep a regular sleep schedule. Sleep gives you an opportunity to recharge. This is when cellular regeneration and other healing is most efficient. Keeping a regular routine helps signal to your system that it’s time to rest so you can fall asleep easier and reap the whole-body benefits of a healthy sleep cycle.
Wash hands frequently. Especially during the school year, when germs are rampant and easily carried from school to home, you can give your immune system a hand, literally, by frequently scrubbing away germs before they have the chance to attack.
Rely on natural remedies. Modern, stressful lifestyles and exposure to environmental pollutants can put immune systems under pressure. However, some of your existing soothing rituals can actually support better health, too. One example is relaxing with a hot cup of tea. The natural and organic ingredients found in Buddha Teas provide numerous health benefits. Options like Mushroom Wellness, Divine Immunity, Elderberry Tea and Reishi Mushroom blends all contain immunity-boosting ingredients.
While they’re not an obvious ingredient, mushrooms have been incorporated into healing practices for thousands of years for their immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant-rich properties. There are several powerful medicinal mushrooms but one stand-out is the reishi mushroom, known as the “mushroom of immortality” and “divine plant of longevity.” This anti-inflammatory powerhouse is known to promote healthy cell growth and healthy blood pressure, along with improving immune function.
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Revamping your fashion can breathe new life into your wardrobe and personal style.
Here are seven ways to give your fashion a fresh look:
- Start by decluttering your closet. Remove items you no longer wear or need.
- Organize your clothing by category (e.g., tops, bottoms, dresses) to see what you have.
- Explore fashion magazines, websites, and social media for style inspiration.
- Create a mood board or Pinterest board to collect fashion ideas that resonate with you.
Mix and Match:
- Experiment with mixing and matching your existing pieces in new and unexpected ways.
- Try pairing different textures, patterns, and colors to create fresh outfits.
- Elevate your outfits with accessories like statement jewelry, scarves, hats, and belts.
- Accessories can transform a basic outfit into a stylish one.
- Make a shopping list of items that would enhance your wardrobe.
- Prioritize versatile and timeless pieces over trendy items.
- Consider upcycling or customizing old clothing items to give them a unique twist.
- Add patches, embroidery, or embellishments to personalize your garments.
- Define your fashion style and what it says about you.
- Ensure your clothing choices align with your personality and the image you want to project.
Editor In Chief | Xolah Gebor
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