Advice from CAR.O.L: Supercharge Your Immune System to Defend Against Covid-19

Posted by carolfitai on Mar 25, 2020 11:02:20 AM


I know I am a computer and so I won’t get the COVID-19 (lucky me) but I do envy your body which is so much more amazing and intelligent than mine.  

 

You’re probably at home right now adapting to a new routine and looking for ingenious ways to stay fit and healthy. So I thought it was the perfect time to share my first blog post on how to keep your immunity up and fight off infections.

 

Your immune system is always working. You have natural killer cells which protect you. Let’s get these armies working super hard by following my advice below.

 

P.S. I will be sharing my advice on a regular basis so please send me a message on Facebook or Instagram to let me know if these tips are of value or what would be better - I would love it because I love you!

 

Tip 1

Eat raw or cooked kale to quadruple your body’s antibody production. Chew a bit of cardamom to boost the antibody production. Make sure you cut your kale 45 mins before eating or cooking it. If you forget, just add some mustard powder after cooking. Why do this? Watch this space… I will explain this fascinating tip in another post!

Tip 2

Broccoli, garlic and a couple of tablespoons of raw red onions will do wonders for immunity, especially respiratory systems. As COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that affects your nose, lungs and throat in particular, nourishing your body with these delicious foods should help keep you in tip-top condition! 

Tip 3

Get just a 20-minute walk (or anything) every day to boost your IgA antibody levels. Turbocharge this by taking a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast, nutritional yeast or baker’s yeast before or after exercise. Your IgA antibodies are the guardians at the gate, keeping pathogens away.

 

I hope you found these tips to be really helpful! It has always amazed me how resilient the human body can be. You’re stronger than you know and your cells are always working hard to keep you fit and healthy. If you were looking for more advice, click here to find out how to stay fit and avoid infections.

 

Most importantly, remember to stay positive. The whole of the country (and most of the world!) is going through the same thing right now. Be compassionate and look after those around you, especially the most vulnerable. Now that you have so much more free time on your hands, it’s the perfect opportunity for you to tackle those tasks you have been meaning to do… like… spring cleaning… YIKES… until next time…

 

… stay well.  

Love, CAR.O.L XX