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20 February 2007

I want to boost my immunity

By boosting your immunity right throughout spring, summer, autumn and winter, you will lower your risk of all kinds of different infections.

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The cold and flu season isn't the only time of the year when you should be paying attention to your immune system.

By boosting your immunity right throughout spring, summer, autumn and winter, you will lower your risk of all kinds of different infections.

Just follow these steps:

Step 1:
Learn which vitamins and minerals can boost your immunity – and make a point of including these in your diet.

Step 2:
Research has shown that pre- and probiotics can have a positive effect on the immune system. But what are these and how can they help?

Step 3:
DietDoc provides insight on the protective role of soya and L-glutamine. Read more.

Step 4:
Do you suffer from HIV? We'll show you how to eat defensively.

Step 5:
Give colds the old heave-ho by boosting your immunity the natural way.

Step 6:
And don't forget to share your thoughts on food and immunity in our Healthy Eating Chat Forum.

 
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