Build up your immune system for winter

By Buda Juice

Build up your immune system for winter

The winter season is fast approaching. The days are growing shorter and colder, and if we’re not prepared, it might catch us by surprise. With winter comes illnesses, colds, fevers, and flu viruses, but with enough preparation, all of those can be avoided. One of the best preventative measures is to build up your immune system for winter.

Why is it important to boost our immune systems

The immune system is a collection of cells, antibodies, tissues, organs, and more, that our bodies use in order to fight illnesses. It also develops over time, if you have gotten a cold, for instance, the immune system learns more about it and adapts for next time, growing stronger. It is our body’s natural defense and we should absolutely take care of it. Amazingly, the immune system can recognize millions of different antigens. This is why we have outlined some of the things you can do to build it up for the winter, possibly avoiding sicknesses.

Eat a healthy diet filled with vitamins

Surprise, surprise, a balanced, nutritious, healthy diet helps our immune systems and our overall health. Certain foods have immune-boosting properties and can fight inflammation and free radicals in the body. The food should contain a high number of vitamin C and antioxidants which have numerous benefits, so there are lots of reasons to eat them. Consider eating a lot of fruit and veggies and avoid eating processed food high in sugar and fat. Vitamin C is vital as our bodies don’t produce them on their own. That is why we have to eat lots of fruits like oranges and kiwis, instead of deep-fried stuff. Citrus fruits in general are a great source of vitamin C. 


You don’t have to just eat the fruits and veggies, you can make drinks or smoothies with them. Even more so, a lot of people prefer their vitamin intake through drinking rather than eating. Honestly, who doesn’t like orange juice? Our Zen Orange juice has everything our bodies need, and more, making it ideal to prepare ourselves for the upcoming winter. It is filled with vitamin C and antioxidants while also supporting our immune systems. Not only that, but it also fights free radicals in our bodies. It is tasty, healthy, and should be in your hands by now.

Practice proper hygiene

Any surface can be contaminated with bacteria. Touching things outside is unavoidable, be it railings, fences, bus holders, benches, it doesn’t matter, the list is endless and you will surely touch something at some point. The problem is when you then bring that hand to your eyes, nose, and mouth. That leads to an infection which leads to further issues. Wash your hands whenever you can, it is an incredibly easy thing to do on your part, yet so strongly effective. Take a shower when you get home, make taking care of yourself a priority. Because why shouldn’t you? You deserve it!

Be active

This one is a shocker similar to the healthy diet one. Who would’ve thought exercising is a good thing? Well, since it is absolutely everybody, we will tell you why. Exercising boosts your blood flow resulting in the production of white cells growing, ultimately defending you against various illnesses. Sweat it out once a day and you will feel much better. Now, mind you, the workout doesn’t have to be a crazy, intense, nerve-breaking session in the gym. It is enough to just go and have a 30-minute walk, that is a substantial difference from doing nothing.

Get enough sleep

This one is one of the most important ones. Sleep fine-tunes and strengthens your immune system. Not getting enough sleep, in turn, does the opposite and weakens it, making you more susceptible to illnesses. You should sleep for at least 7 to 8 hours in order for your body to restore itself properly. 

No one likes to be sick, that is why we have this Special Green Pack for you to help you combat upcoming winter illnesses. It is filled with vitamins and everything else necessary to ensure our health, give it a try, you won’t regret it!


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