A Strong Immune System With UMinus20

Due to the unforeseeable current events, we are experiencing a substantial increase in demand for our products. Our dedicated staff members are working diligently to fulfill all orders in a timely manner, and we appreciate your commitment to good health. 

 

We want to assure our customers that adding UMinus20 to their lifestyle is an effective supplement to boost your immune system. In addition to our “10 Natural Tips” below, we suggest your lifestyle include eating healthy, avoiding sugar as much as possible, getting plenty of sleep, doing some light to moderate physical activity, and maintaining your UMinus20 regimen.

 

One of the many ingredients in UMinus20 is bovine colostrum. It helps augment your body’s ability to ward off infections. If your immune system is under stress or immune-suppressed, supplementing your body’s stores of these powerful components will help you maintain optimal immune system health. When you choose to build a strong immune system with UMinus20, you’re getting colostrum made in the USA under strict quality standards with the highest efficacy available.

10 Tips to Help With a Strong Immune System 

1. Wash hands frequently. 

Germs can live for hours, and sometimes even for weeks, on door handles, dishes, or other objects only to be picked up by the next person touching the object. So wash your hands often, in warm water with soap for at least 15 seconds. Also, be sure to always wash your hands before eating and after using the bathroom.

2. Don’t share. 

This is one time to go against that important skill we learned in Kindergarten: Sharing. Do not share food, drinks, cups, utensils, cigarettes, or clothing and linens.

3. Drink plenty of water – stay hydrated. 

Not only does water keep your body hydrated, it also flushes your system and washes out toxins. A good recommendation for most healthy adults is to drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water each day.

4. Avoid contact with sick people.

Do not let people sneeze or cough on you. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. If you become sick with fever and respiratory infection symptoms, stay home and away from other people to prevent spreading your germs.

5. Cover your mouth and nose – but not with hands. 

Sneeze into your elbow (not your hand) when coughing or sneezing. Or use a tissue and discard the tissue in the trash and wash your hands. This may prevent those around you from getting sick.

6. Exercise regularly. 

Aerobic exercise helps increase your body’s natural defenses. So, whether you go for a walk or head off to the gym, get your heart rate up into a target zone and keep it there long enough to reap healthy immune benefits.

7. Reduce alcohol consumption. 

Consuming alcohol can destroy the liver, which is the body’s primary filtering system. The result is germs can stay in the body for a longer time causing secondary complications in addition to initial viral infections.

8. Eat a balanced diet. 

Include lots of foods containing phytochemicals, such as beta carotene, and Vitamins C and E. “Phyto” means plant, and these natural chemicals in plants give the vitamins in food a supercharged boost. Find them in dark green, yellow and red fruits and vegetables.

9. Don’t smoke or vape. 

Smokers tend to catch infections more frequently and more severely. A new study suggests vaping may impair the body’s immune system. Also, smoke paralyzes the cilia - the delicate hairs that line the mucous membranes of the nose and lungs – making them ineffective at moving pathogens out of the nasal passages.

10. Get some R & R.

Rest and relaxation can increase your immune system response against foreign invaders. Achieving a state of relaxation reduces cortisol – the bad stress hormone – in the body. It is important to keep this stress hormone under control, since increased cortisol has been shown to suppress immune function making you more vulnerable.

 

Wishing you good health,

 

Christine Tanner

Founder UMinus20

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