I guess you could say I am Spring Cleaning My Health…
I have been working out on a regular basis and love the gains I am making in my strength and endurance. I love to work out at home and enjoy a w-i-d-e variety of exercise types.
I have found a food plan that makes me feel energetic and nourished… my digestive system seems much happier… the nagging inflammation between my ears seems to have disappeared, and I am lean and feeling good. I am sleeping like a log every night and wake up each morning, refreshed and eager to begin the day.
I have been reading a lot about super foods to boost my immunity, and have added some to my diet on a regular basis:
- squeezing a fresh lime into a glass of water and drinking first thing upon arising from bed each morning
- adding turmeric and black pepper to my meals
- drinking green tea daily
- adding garlic to foods I cook daily
- eating sweet potatoes several times a week
I have also been making sure to drink lots of water and to take my immunity-boosting supplements.
A few weeks ago I was given the opportunity to try an all-nature health supplement called EpiCor and I eagerly accepted the opportunity.
I first became familiar with EpiCor a few months ago after receiving a few cases of FRS Healthy Defense, which contained this dietary supplement. The story behind how EpiCor evolved is quite interesting, and I learned that it helps balance the immune system.
EpiCor not only activates the body’s first and second line of immune defenses, it also acts as a prebiotic, feeding friendly bacteria in the gut. That’s an immune strengthening triple play. Bonus: If you do get sick, EpiCor helps you recover more quickly. And it’s safe for the whole family, children ages four and up.
To learn more about EpiCor you can check out their web site, and check out this link to find out where to buy it for yourself.
How is your Spring Cleaning coming along?
Any immunity boosting ideas to share?
I was provided with EpiCor but I did not receive compensation for this post. All opinions and Spring Cleaning efforts are a result of my own research.