Eat fresh fruits and veggies. Avoid added sugars and processed foods
Get rid of environmental toxins like household cleaners, candles, fragrances, and detergents.
Epsom salt baths can improve the body's natural detoxification process and promote healing.
Smoking and drinking not only have long term effects, but also harm your immune health.
Work more fermented foods into your diet. Learn more from this article by Harvard Medical School
Pain relievers all come with risk but acetaminophen can decrease glutathione levels.
Elderberry can have a beneficial effect against the flu and colds by stimulating the immune response
Hand washing will always be one of the top ways to stop the spread of germs and bacteria.
These add a little help in addition to eating foods rich in nutrients. Learn more here and here.
Averaging <7 hours of sleep per night has been shown to result in ~3x risk of developing a cold
Honey has been shown to have antimicrobial & antibacterial properties. It also helps with cough.
Garlic enhances immune system function by stimulating certain cell types. Learn more here.