Live Clean … a contagious campaign of change!
Fits beautifully with our changing world.
To live clean means removing potentially harmful ingredients from your life, also living clean is to use better and highly concentrated products and be part of the positive change that can happen when you switch to clean label living.
We have clean label products and changing brands in the future will become an effortless choice as you move forward. Changing reduces our Eco footprint as well.
Below are just a few reasons to change as you boost your immunity.
Did you know that women are exposed to over 200 chemicals daily before they even leave home?
Many soaps body washes and even cleansers contain potentially harmful toxins, and those chemicals from your personal care products can enter your blood stream via your skin.
These toxins build up in our bloodstream and can cause fatigue and even mood swings.
Being with a company creating the highest level of clean label products for our health is so important and at the right price; we are excited to welcome you to our Clean-Living tribe!
How to boost your immunity?
The best way to boost your immune system is to follow a healthy lifestyle.
The healthy lifestyle is based on several principles:
- Fresh air – stop the habit of smoking.
- Sunshine – natural sunlight is one of the major contributors to the production of Vitamin D which is essential for the healthy functioning of the immune system as it helps the body to produce antibodies.
- Clean water – keeping your body hydrated is helping moving toxins out of the system.
- Healthy diet – consider increasing consumption of fresh vegetables and fruits (greens, sea veggies, mushrooms, onions, garlic, ginger, acai berry, blueberries, lemon), nuts and seeds, add a few spices (turmeric, cayenne pepper, ginger, cinnamon), drink regular green tea and celery juice, and don’t forget about your supplements (selenium, Vit. C, zinc, medicinal mushrooms, cordyceps, Echinacea, Astragalus)
- Avoid alcohol or moderate its consumption – excessive drinking reduces the number and function of three important kinds of immune cells: macrophages, T and C-cells.
- Exercise – a brisk walk. Regular exercise mobilizes the T-cells production which is a type of white blood cell that protects the body from pathogens and is important for the activation of immune cells to fight infection. However, continuous rigorous workout weakens the immune system, leaving you prone to flu and viral infections.
- Stress reduction – chronic stress suppresses the immune system by releasing the hormone cortisol. Cortisol interferes with the T-cells production lowering your defence. Include in your healthy routine yoga, meditation or deep breathing.
- Good sleep hygiene – lack of sleep can activate the inflammatory immune response and reduce the activity of T-cells in the body. Try to sleep for 7-8 hours to rest and recharge your body.
- Positive thinking – a positive attitude can improve your immune system and make you more resilient to illnesses.
- A healthy relationship – a happy relationship reduces stress and boosts your immunity.
- Practice correct hand-washing and oral hygiene.
Taking care of your health. We only have one body.