Posts Tagged "immune system"

Immune Support

Posted on Nov 15, 2016 in Featured

Immune Support

Natures Aid Beta-Glucans Immune Support+ New and improved formulation and packaging. The best way to prevent disease is to ensure our immune system is strong and healthy and able to repel infective micro-organisms to the best of its ability. There are several nutrients that have been shown to be beneficial in supporting the immune system and we have combined these nutrients in a convenient one a day formula to provide support for the forthcoming cold and influenza season. Included in this formulation is 150mg of the increasingly popular Beta (1,3 /1,6) Glucans, a key aid in our defence...

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Welcome to summer!

Posted on May 23, 2016 in News & Events

This winter and spring saw more coughs and chesty problems than many of us in the IAHS can ever remember in the past, but brighter days are reflected in people’s faces and moods as well as immune systems. Early flashes of sunshine remind us to stock up on safe, low chemical sun protection and Deet-free insect repellent in the hope of balmy days to come. As I write, the main pollen season caused by grasses is imminent. In recent years we have seen hayfever symptoms become increasingly common for children, and they can present a serious problem for exam students. Children can use vitamin C...

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Winter Good Health

Posted on Nov 15, 2014 in News & Events

Although we had a wonderful Indian summer, seasonal coughs and colds made their usual appearance on time, as the school year began and bugs were shared round. IAHS members are often asked what we think about the flu jab, and though we can’t comment specifically, what we can do is offer a wide range of effective immune boosters. Some are well known such as vitamin C which we can now source in drop form which even babies can use. Others are combinations such as vitamin C, zinc and elderberry. Olive leaf as an anti-viral is increasingly popular, and of course nobody needs to be reminded of...

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Start fostering our Immune Systems

Posted on Sep 1, 2014 in News & Events

It’s never too soon to start fostering and protecting our immune systems, and in the autumn, with the new school year starting, the onset of the chilly season and ads about the flu vaccine ringing in our ears, immunity grabs our attention. Birth, of course, is the real start. A vaginal birth provides the newborn with a natural inoculation of beneficial gut bacteria, a starter pack of microbes which C section babies miss out on. Breast milk, rich in prebiotics, nourishes and promotes these bacteria which get the new human’s immune system up and running and even give protection against...

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