Today’s HealthNews For You – Exercise and The Immune System
Exercise and The Immune System
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In today’s news we look at the positive influence exercise has on your immune system.
Lowering the risk of viruses and disease is on the mind of people worldwide these days and exercise has long been known to improve your immune system.
According to Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, there is strong evidence a single workout has a positive influence on your immune system while regular exercise has been shown to decrease the risk of many chronic diseases like diabetes and cancer.
In addition to exercise, keeping your immune system healthy begins with a nutritious diet, quality sleep, and a positive attitude.
Remember your best source for diet, nutrition and supplement information is your Metabolic Typing Advisor, Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist and Functional Medicine Practitioner.
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