Immune health for life is a goal that should be a top priority for the coming new year.
We are starting the second week of 2016 hopefully continuing your successful actions from previous years.
New year resolutions are fine but the continuation of successful actions should be a part of your life plan.
Improving upon a well thought out plan is a very good idea.
Keeping a journal is an excellent way to collect data that improves your plan for life.
The human body is a well tuned machine given the right fuel, sustains you through the toughest of times.
Weather plays a vital role in your immune health.
Extreme conditions of hot and cold should be reviewed to better understand their side effects on the body.
Hydration is vital to keep your body functioning properly.
You will not perform at your best if adequate fluids are not ingested.
The same is true with a good supplementation program.
The body is constantly bombarded with foods that break down into gluten.
For this reason the gluten free diet is not a passing dietary fad but a way of helping the body to better absorb nutrients from what you eat.
Use the gluten free diet to improve immune health.
Improving health in general is one of the primary purposes of this blog.
Throughout the Internet you will find tips that should be investigated for their validity and usability in your arsenal for improved health.
The supplements that you consume can be evaluated for their effectiveness in your overall program.
Personally a liquid vitamin is easily absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract and used by this writer as a general supplement or multi-vitamin for immune health.
On the site WebMD, webbed.com, you can find good information about vitamins and supplements.
The site discusses information that will help you decide with a healthcare provider the best vitamins and supplements for specific ailments.
Supplements and vitamins must be taken in harmony with other medications and foods.
In our niche, emergency dental care Kansas City, patients on vitamin E supplements run the risks of bleeding problems and should be taken off the supplement several days before the removal of teeth.
This problem is better discussed with the patient and physician to get the patient back on the supplement at the proper time.
Blood thinners are prescribed to reduce the patient’s risk of blood clots after heart attacks.
Immune health is improved understanding supplements.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://www.dentist4you.biz