Now more than ever, patients are in search of ways to keep their immune systems as fit as possible. The word “fit” was utilized for a reason—immune support can be cared for in multiple ways, one of which includes physical activity. Many would agree that “moderate” exercise is ideal when it comes to immunity, but the question is, can too much exercise produce counteractive effects?
In an article published in Exercise Immunology Review, physiologists from the University of Bath’s Department for Health in England concluded that infections are more likely to be connected to diet, psychological stress, not getting enough sleep, travel and pathogen exposure at social gatherings, such as marathons, rather than from the actual act of exercising.
Dr. Jerry Wilkins has devised a way (with proper nutritional support) to provide your body with a constant boost of the molecule that was called “one of the most important discoveries of cardiovascular medicine” by Dr. Valentin Fuster who was president of the American Heart Association in 1998.