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Eating for Immunity

Getting sick is the worst. Nobody puts “getting sick” on their to-do list; in fact, our efforts to avoid the latest 24-hour bug border on obsessive. Gargling with salt water before bed, practically bathing in hand sanitizer, and swabbing every surface in your home or office with antibacterial wipes can help, but when the inevitable belly rumble or coughing fit happens, it hits hard. Suddenly, you’re stacking up piles of tissues while watching “The Price is Right” on your couch, as if Drew Carrey can help. What are you doing wrong? Probably nothing, but you can do a few more things right. Certain foods and drinks have a natural immunity boost.

The Whole Truth

A Look at Whole Foods


You’ve heard about them, we’re sure that you’ve eaten them and you’ve probably even shopped in the market (no relation – sorta), but what the heck are whole foods anyway? Whole foods are foods that are unprocessed or minimally processed. They come more from nature than they do a manufacturing facility, and are free of chemicals, additives, and preservatives. Whole foods include plant-based foods like fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, fungi, legumes, and animal-based foods like poultry, meat, fish, and eggs. The bottom line is that if you can find it in nature and don’t do much to it before you eat it, you’re eating whole foods. Seems pretty simple, right? 


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