Your Immune System
More About It and Your Role in Keeping It (and you) Well
The body's immune system plays a pivotal role in
keeping us healthy by limiting or preventing infection.
If you're interested in learning more, we have
curated the following articles.
How the Immune System Works
Caring for Your Immune System
From trusted traditional medical sources such
a healthy immune system.
Eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables.
Maintain a healthy weight.
If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.
Get adequate sleep.
Take steps to avoid infection, such as washing your hands frequently and cooking meats thoroughly.
Employ stress reduction strategies such as meditation.
Alternative Medicine Options
Many non-traditional healthcare practitioners, such as we, believe that IV therapies offer another method of contributing to immunity. Infusion Therapy (IV therapy) rejuvenates, energizes, and enhances overall health by providing the body with essential vitamin and mineral-based formulations that are natural and preservative-free. Learn more here
When The Immune System Goes Awry
Sometimes, regardless of our efforts, the immune system turns on itself and as a result, some suffer from autoimmune disorders.
The NCBI states "70 % (autoimmune conditions) are due to environmental factors, including toxic chemicals, dietary components, gut dysbiosis, and infections. Fear not, there's an IV Therapy for that! Allow us to introduce you to Chelation Therapy. Chelation Therapy is one of the types of IV therapies Advanced Integrative offers to our patients, depending on their needs.
Chelation therapy is designed expressly to reduce the levels of toxic heavy metals in the body. In addition to the chemicals outlined by the EGW, toxicity can be caused by environmental factors such as poor air quality, or even some medical procedures, and can lead to illness and degenerative conditions. The IV solution contains a synthetic amino acid (EDTA) blended with vitamins and minerals.
Related reading here: It Doesn't Just Feel Toxic
We know. There's a lot of confusing jargon-laden information here. Let's talk about your questions and concerns.