Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Immunity First

The immune system is the body's defense against germs, bacteria, viruses and disease. The immune system produces antibodies that attack these foreign invaders using white blood cells. When the immune system is weakened the body is prone to infection. It is vitally important for health to keep the immune system functioning at its best. Immune system function can be compromised by poor diet, stress, lack of sleep and spinal misalignment (the nervous system controls the immune system). Vitamins A, C, E and B help keep the immune system on its toes. Regular exercise also helps boost immune capacity.

Spinal adjustments to the thoracic region cause an immediate release of white blood cells. Perfect for when some one has a cold or illness. A jumpstart to the immune system.


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