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Most Important Nutrients for the Immune System

Posted by Gabriel Williams on
Most Important Nutrients for the Immune System

As the school year kicks into full gear, you and your kids may have already fallen victim to the back-to-school bug. As the weather gets colder, it’s generally harder to keep you and your family healthy and to fight off sickness. To give you and your kids a helping hand in staying healthy, focus on getting these nutrients in your diet.

 Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a go-to nutrient for staying healthy for a very good reason. Foods high in vitamin C can help your immune system fight off infections so you can stay sick for less time and avoid some illnesses in the first place. Citrus fruits are high in vitamin C and are conveniently a tasty snack to pack in your kids’ lunchbox. However, there are other foods that are even better for vitamin C, such as kale, broccoli, strawberries, and pineapple. Chili peppers and bell peppers are also very high in vitamin C, plus they can help clear your nose by adding some spice to your meals.

 Vitamin E

This powerful antioxidant helps facilitate the functioning of the immune system and helps recover immune cells, giving the body more power to fight off infections. There are also cognitive benefits of consuming vitamin E that can help with focus. Taking vitamin E supplements can be beneficial, but there are some legitimate concerns that come with it. It’s best to eat foods high in vitamin E, such as almonds, peanuts, avocados, spinach, and butternut squash.

 Vitamin B-6

Chicken noodle soup is more than just a comforting food to eat when you have a cold. Chicken broth and poultry meat are high in vitamin B-6, which is an essential nutrient that helps with a variety of functions, including immune system function. It also helps produce red blood cells. Beef, salmon, potatoes, and bananas are all foods that are rich in vitamin B-6. Neural Balance contains B6 in the active P5P form for superior absorption without the need for conversion. This offers the full benefit of the active form of B6 immediately upon absorption. 

 Magnesium

For one, there are tons of benefits of magnesium for sleep and anxiety. Having lower stress levels and getting plenty of restful sleep are both key for staying healthy and avoiding disease. Magnesium also plays a major role in general nerve and cell function in the body, helping improve focus and boosting healthy immune system functioning overall. Some of the best magnesium-rich foods to include in your kids’ diet include avocados, most nuts, and whole grains. Magnesium Glycinate in Neural Balance is used to quickly restore calm and to prevent inhibited nerve cell communication, which can lead to cell excitability.

By focusing on getting more of these nutrients in your family’s meals and supplements, you can help keep everyone healthy, and disease at bay.

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Neural Balance contains the patented ingredient Anandanol, and supports natural calm and focus, natural social interaction, and normal sleep patterns in people of all ages.

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