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Boost the Immune System & Beat Cold/Flu Season

Boost the Immune System and Beat Cold/Flu Season

With everything going on in the world right now, you may have put your immune system on the back burner, or you may be taking your immune system for granted. Working quietly in the background, your immune system protects you from bacteria, viruses and other microbes and, when treated right, wards off disease. It’s a complex network of organs and cells — one affected for better or worse by what you eat, drink, think and do.

Immune support is an important aspect of staying ahead of cold and flu season. At CoeDynamics, we supply nutrients that are beyond organic, nutritionally rich formulas, and are 100% free of excipients, synthetics, destructive processing, so cells can immediately uptake and utilize. The raw materials are strictly tested for correct species and a variety of potential contaminants.

Nutrients that specifically support the immune system you should start taking now to get ready for cold and flu season:

• Zinc helps your immune system by aiding in the production of immune cells, that help your body fight of diseases. A zinc deficiency could make on more susceptible to illnesses and longer recovery time. Zinc helps to fight off certain microbes, including Streptococcus pneumonia, a type of bacteria that causes the dangerous lung disease pneumonia. Taking zinc blocks the pathway these bacteria use to take in nutrients, essentially starving the bacteria and making it easier for your immune cells to kill them. • Zinc works best with a transporter. This Vitamin C complex with Quecertin will act as a transporter and support your zinc intake. Along with facilitating Zinc entry into cells, Vitamin C has been used for ages and for a variety of immune support roles as it is a power antioxidant, anti-viral nutrient. • Vitamin D3 is an important supplement to our immune systems as is is needed to turn on and off genes throughout our body including the activation of our immune system as well as regulation of our inflammatory system. We can not get adequate amounts of Vitamin D through our diets so if you are not getting enough Vitamin D through sun exposure, you will need a supplement to keep your immune system in top shape. • Vitamin A and Minerals are essential for the body to be able to absorb vitamins. Vitamin A plays a crucial role in most physiological functions of the body including the immune system by preventing it from over-reacting. You can find Vitamin A in this Biosuperfood formula which is an algae based formula grown in controlled ultraviolet lighting. The certain algae used in this formula are by far a superfood phytonutrient. Containing up to 55% protein, over 92 minerals and trace minerals, contains some of all known Vitamins A, B complex (including B12), C, D, E, K enzymes, essential Fatty Acids Omega 3 & 6 and rich in anti-oxidants. • Hydration – We are 70% water so keeping hydrated is important to help the immune cells travel through the body to fight infection. Stay hydrated! • Exercise – Improves circulation to activate our immune cells.

“Let Food be Thy Medicine, and Medicine be Thy Food.” – Hippocrates

Tracy Coe is a certified QRA wellness and nutrition practitioner who’s passion is to support the community in educating and providing professional documented and researched options of whole foods, cleansing, and toxicity prevention to support short/long term health and wellness and vitality for the individual and family.  For more information email or call 424.903.3104

Health statements on this page have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The health information and products on this site is for education purposes only and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. It is solely informational in nature Tracy Coe and CoeDynamics assumes no responsibility in treatment or cure of any disease or illness. The information provided verbally, written, electronically is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician. Please consult your health care practitioner before engaging in any treatments or nutritional product mentioned or suggested in these messages.

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