Looking to boost your immune system in summer is probably the last thing on your mind. When summer arrives, we want to be outside enjoying the sunshine. At the beach or in the park with family and friends, we definitely do not want to be cooped up in bed sick with the summer flu!
Why does it happen? A change in season or the weather can lead to a weakened resistance to germs.
What can you do to boost your immune system in Summer?
Natural health supplement to boost your immune system
An author who researches Olive Leaf Extract suggests that:
“olive leaf compounds interact with virus particles and reduce the infectivity and inhibit replication of viruses known to cause colds, influenza, and lower respiratory infection.” Reference 1
What else can you do to support your immune system in Summer?
It’s Summer and we want to be with our family and friends. This could mean late nights out and not getting enough sleep! Have a read of our 6 Ways to Boost your Immune System, specifically the Sleep Well section to learn why sleep is so important for your immune health.
Absorb enough Vitamin D!
In Queensland, Australia where our Organic Olive Plantation is located – It is known as the Sunshine State. We have over 255 days of Sunshine. What that means is, we are typically smothering ourselves in SPF50+ to protect ourselves against the suns’ harmful rays and potentially blocking Vitamin D from being absorbed. Find ways to make sure you’re getting enough – this could include supplementing with Vitamin D capsules.
Maybe you’re travelling for Summer and need to boost your immune system for your Summer holiday? If you’re travelling this summer, read our Best Natural Travel Remedy article for more tips to boost your immune system while travelling.
Already a fan of Olive Leaf Extract? Then why not try our Olive Leaf Value Pack. It offers you value for money and a great opportunity to try products that you might not have thought about trying.
If you need any further information on our olive leaf products, then please feel free to contact us. You can call us on +61 467 245 961, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgReference 1: Roxas M, Jurenka J. Colds and influenza: a review of diagnosis and conventional, botanical and nutritional considerations. Alt Med Rev 2007;12(1):25-48.