Boost Your Immunity This Winter

November 11, 2013

By Dr. Marc Bubbs ND

As the seasons change your immune system starts working overtime to keep you healthy. Whether you are training for a marathon, a 5k run, or simply logging long hours at work your immune system can take a hit.  Be pro-active this fall by measuring your vitamin D levels and using the HCl Push to boost your immunity.

Low white blood cell counts (WBC) are synonymous with a sluggish immune system or increased susceptibility to colds and flu. As your cortisol stress levels rise from training or busy work days, it suppresses your immune system, leaving you more prone to catching colds and flu. Getting your vitamin D levels checked is an important first step to determine your individual need for this powerful immune booster throughout the winter. For example, one client may only need 1,000-2,000 IU daily to get them through the winter, while for another this dose will simply be too little. Knowing where you stand is an important first step to individualized medicine.

If you do need a boost, then incorporating an HCl Push is a clinically proven method for increasing white blood cell counts. The use of diluted hydrochloric acid infused into the bloodstream has been used for almost a century to correct acute infections, fatigue, fever, and burns. The HCl acts by improving the action of phagocytes, important immune cells which gobble up bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. The typical protocol calls for weekly injections over 6-weeks, or bi-weekly injections for 3 weeks, and only take a few minutes to administer.

Don’t lose precious training days or important workdays to illness. Take the guesswork out  and get tested at the Integrative Health Institute today. A simple 15-minute appointment will provide you with specific measures and a plan to optimize your health. If you have any questions or would like to book an apt, contact reception at 416 260 6038

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